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    - @gorgeousgeorge Congratulations Luv!!!

    You're officially up the duff!!!

    That level is excellent for 14dpo Luv!!! You're exactly 4 weeks preggo today and according to the BabyMed site a level between 50-100 is fine (with 75 being the average according to them).

    Here's the link: http://www.babymed.com/normal-hcg-bl...ring-pregnancy

    As you well know, it's the doubling that counts. and prayers being sent for a cracker of a level then!!!

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    Thanks @gorgeousgeorge just taking each small step from here. Great news on your hcg hun definitely the doubling which is the important thing rather than the individual number so hoping all is good on Wednesday. You so deserve this hun and thats so nice that pathology lady acknowledged that, shes obviously been hoping for so long for you as have we all, enjoy every minute xxx

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    - @Heyside Sending to you Luv

    I'm also glad your other LO is going well. I can only imagine how gutwrenching it must have been for you seeing your other little angelbaby there today as well.

    Will and send out prayers to the Universe that all goes well for your upcoming NT scanxoxo
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    - @gorgeousgeorge Congratulations Luv!!!

    You're officially up the duff!!!

    That level is excellent for 14dpo Luv!!! You're exactly 4 weeks preggo today and according to the BabyMed site a level between 50-100 is fine (with 75 being the average according to them).

    Here's the link: http://www.babymed.com/normal-hcg-bl...ring-pregnancy

    As you well know, it's the doubling that counts. and prayers being sent for a cracker of a level then!!!
    @BlondeinBrisvegas ooh yay! Thank you do much for that! Lol, dr.google and the nurse said that too and i believed them but to be honest, i feel so much better now that you've confirmed that! Yay!

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    Hi

    $hit I have come rather late into this thread and missed heaps.

    Woohoo gorgeous George BFP!!

    Phia aboard quantas BFP airlines. I'm envious of anyone who can fly.

    Heyside sorry to hear about your loss. There are no words to say even though I have been through losses. All you need is a big collective group hug.

    I got to Coffs and back in one piece! On virgin. I was crying but DD loved it yay! The world is open to her and I'm so thankful she loves it.

    So we have started our journey with an egg donor small steps like initial consult for donor. Then counselling and hopefully cycling in sept oct holidays. Wish it were sooner but hey at least she offered.

    Mysticfalls

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    Yahhhhhh great first steps @MysticFalls do happy for you that you made it to coffs and all went well, maybe your daughters positivity to the flight might just rub off on you too. Fantastic news you have a plan in place and an initial date, hopefully time will go quickly between now and then, good luck hun x

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    Hey everyone... sorry I disappeared but I had to turn off all my pregnancy and IVF related forums. I was just feeling so upset and depressed every time that I read them. I am feeling better for avoiding them - I just wish I could avoid facebook! Sunday was not a good day to read facebook... I have finished my last unsuccessful FET and have no embies left. Not even a chemical out of three, just three negatives. I have an appointment coming up with Wazza I held onto for a year just in case, but just started looking at flights and they're out of my price range. So I am now wrestling with cancelling it...

    I haven't read the thread, but from the last couple of posts it seems congratulations are in order @gorgeousgeorge ?

    @Heyside I am so sorry...

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    @skeeter - sometimes its good to take that time out I remember doing it on a couple of occasions, I really hope it helped and you are in a better place. I had exactly the same situation too at my first clinic 3 failed FET's with no success and it was dragged out over a 6 months period as my fs had me on the pill before each cycle too. Have you consulted with Warren's rooms to see the minimum amount of time you will need to make the flight and have your scans done locally or would that still be too costly? I wouldn't rush with the decision to cancel you have waited a long time for that appointment. Thanks for thinking of me hun xx

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    Well done @MysticFalls - you pushed through your very real fears and came back to tell the story! Glad your daughter enjoyed the flight too.
    Exciting that you got to meet your donor xxx

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    Hi @skeeter. It's good to have you back, but completely understand why you need time out from all of it sometimes.
    I agree with @Heyside - even though flights are pricey - Wazza is so hard to get an appointment with.. it would be a shame to regret cancelling your appointment, especially if you feel like you need some direction or answers? Xxxxx

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