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    Thanks so much for sharing your Adeno history @faithandhopellove. I appreciate it massively. It's really helpful for decision making. I've just finished my Osteo apt and she had a good chat about it with me too. She loves reproductive chat! A great sounding board.
    And thanks for the CC info too. I had a super quick squizz at their site lastnight and unfortunately I'm too much of a control freak and want to chose my ED and SD if I need to do another fresh cycle. Not helped by the fact that I've found an ED I love! Although CC's price and the guarantee is tempting all right. They quote 90% but Warren said it was 50 - 60%, which must be for my age group.
    Ta heaps again, xx.

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    @Arianasmum Have you gotten your fertilisation report yet Luv??

    and prayers being sent for you!!!

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    Ok this thread has run away from me overnight will have to play catch up later.

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post

    I think I'll have a hip flask of it in my handbag & start slugging it the minute I'm out the hospital doors after my FET
    Why wait until leaving the hospital hun I use the plastic cups in the waiting room for my brandy as I sit having my intralipids haha! Warren comments they use to give it out as standard but now its nots allowed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    @Heyside do the Springhill Hospital still give wazza patients valium before ET or do we gave to get a script filled ourselves before ET.
    Yes hun as @Tinachris said you get a script filled now beforehand and take it with you on the day. The two tablets don't do much for me so will be trying 3 and taking it from there.

    AFM - I had a break down overnight I woke up in tears. I was dreaming that another couple was offering to help me with our fertility issues and I refused and then I found myself at my babyshower (that would never be) in floods of tears because the baby shower would never become a reality and DH and DD were watching on. When I woke I couldn't control myself and sobbed my heart out it was awful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    I like his thinking!!!

    Talk about "all bases loaded"!!!!
    When I told the nurse she said he must of been joking with a concerned look on her face. I can tell you he was deadly serious because he talked through all the costs with me! Doesn't he encourage those of you with partners to DTD before and after ET? Something in the sperm helps??

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    Thanks @Charlie74 for sharing your pregnant friends story too.
    Re the end of the line for my OEs...it was combo of all my history, being on 450 units of stim meds and still only getting 2 eggs, 1 embryo, 80% of abnormalities in embryos at my age, etc. He said he'd do an own egg cycle for me if I needed to do it, so for my psychological wellbeing really...but that it was a waste of money.
    At least he didn't say it was the end of the line for DE like LB did. But that of course is only on the proviso that I can get a 6.5mm-7mm lining.
    I thought of you a number of times throughout the day.

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    Thanks everyone for your support since yesterday with my embies and all the info that you gave me about the SERC its definitely something to think about for possible future cycles.

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    @BlondeinBrisvegas - Sounds like your appointment yesterday went well hun thats great to hear. @greenlady - Fantastic news on yesterday's scan hun you must be so pleased. Very happy for you hope everything else goes well from here x

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Glad you have a plan Tahli ...where does this put your cycle tgen? Sept?
    @emski72 I had you in mind yesterday when Warren advised me to not give up on my final B5AA. He said it could be THE one.
    I've made a decision about the Zoladex. I'm not going to do it. There isn't enough evidence for me. This is a really personal choice. @tuxcat I'm sensitive to the fact that you've chosen to try it.
    Also playing into my decision making is after 3 weeks on Synarel I start to become super snappy. I can't imagine being on it for 3 months. Over the next 3 months I have paediatrician apts for DS, more blood tests for him and apts with his child psychologist. I need to be the best Mummy I can be. I'll be on meds to help reduce inflammation so hopefully they'll help the Adeno too.
    So yep, if I can get my lining to comply it would mean a September transfer. Now I need to work through the rest of Wazza's protocol.
    @BlondeinBrisvegas Did you take Neuprogen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    For me it wasn't just a percentage thing to weigh up, which I thought I was going in to discuss. It was a realisation that I've pretty much reached the end of my natural reproductive life. That realisation usually comes when you're peri menopausal. And it's hit me hard as I always thought I might meet a lovely man and try for a bub with him. A fantasy, I know. I need some time to process it. And to feel sad.
    @Tahli- I think this is the hardest thing to come to terms with. When I was talking to my FS after my last cycle, waiting for my PGD results and both of us assuming they would be abnormal again, we talked about this issue. He thinks the impact of the end of your fertility is one of the hardest things for the over 40s and is underestimated. When I thought my IVF journey was over I was finding it hard to accept that it was the end of my reproductive life. After all I don't feel 43, I feel just the same as I did 10 years ago. You will feel sad and then you will start to feel better about it. I had come to terms with it and then of course suddenly got the surprise of my life when one embryo came back normal. I hope your lining comes through for you.

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    each to their own @Tahli. I don't get offended, after all Im the minimal drugs girl and I know lots of people in here think differently about that - its what you're comfortable doing at the end of the day. oh and I'm not doing zoladex I'm doing synarel (not sure if you just made a typo). Thats why I thought you could just do that instead and stretch it out a bit longer than usual. All good!!

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