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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    Thanks hun and thanks again for the messages last night. Yes I agree it needs to get reported I bet a few others have been sick as well as BIB said. DH actually said to me how lucky it was that I didn't eat any of it because of the transfer coming up and he said we won't be eating out again if I get pregnant. Anywhere. He says it's too risky now. I think it's prob just because it's fresh in his head though.
    I was thinking the same thing!! Its terrible, you definitely have to report it. Glad he's feeling better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    They don't usually check mine before transfer. Once you start progesterone it will change your lining appearance. My last scan is usually before ovulation. This month I had one day 12 and day 16. Now no more are needed as I ovulated Monday.
    @pingc383 just looking at my DE calendar they only do one "planned" scan at day10 - they might very well add in another but looks like its not standard practice. It may just be for the ladies who have had lining issues in the past. Not sure.

    Could you call your clinic and ask them if you can have another scan - if you get it done without them knowing what will you do with the information- you could say you are prepared to pay for it yourself if its a cost thing with the clinic. That way you can run it by them afterwards. Say you're concerned and for peace of mind..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Thanks hun. Thing is, they don't have me on progesterone. Altho I will be getting the Ovidrel trigger, which I suspect will boost my p4.

    If my FS actually explained these things to me, I wouldn't have to hijack this discussion board with a million of my questions!!!!!
    Are you doing a natural cycle FET? So they are just following on from your own cycle and then popping it in on the appropriate day after ovulation? You would still think they would give you some extra progesterone. Thats my experience with natural FETs

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    @Blossom74 I'm a bit suprised by the cost. I thought it was cheaper to use de in Australia? Do you have to change clinics to cycle with your donor? How much is her full cost cycle? Sorry for the questions you've probably answered before

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    @Tinachris you can theoretically use any clinic for a de cycle but its also about making things as easy as possible for your donor, especially if she has kids and where she is located. you also pay for all costs associated with using her, so flights, sick days, accom, petrol, parking, childcare - anything that she would be out of pocket for because of the cycle

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    Good morning ladies,

    just popping in to say good luck to @LillyM on your scan today

    hugs for @Billie2 & I hope everything's ok

    congrats @midnite01 on your rising numbers

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    Im hearing ya @Blossom74!!! excited and terrified all at once

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    Thanks @Blossom and yes you are nearing your time! Its going to be a landslide of activity on here. I could be with you in October with FET.. Who knows!

    Ive already done a nervous today.

    Im starting to cheer up.

    #GoBoomers!!

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    @pingc383 at my clinic if your doing a natural non medicated fet, then you wouldn't be on progesterone unless of course you've had history of miscarriages. I've had to do medicated fets as my progesterone is always so low.

    @bib when your next updating the roll call could you put me down for a stim cycle OE in Sept please. Ta
    @Maxwellsmum hope hubby is feeling better.

    Talking of usernames and assumptions we make about them. I have always thought @Tinachris was very unusual username, as I thought of it as a shortened version of cantankerous and not Tina and Chris

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    Ha ha @Twiglets that's funny! I slw

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