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    Quote Originally Posted by stacey10 View Post
    I was on the same as @Phia and @Peninsula Girl for my last transfer, first time though as my previous clinic didn’t do that, I was on them for 5 days.
    Well maybe i got prescribed doxycycline too? I cant quite remember. Soz to give innacurate info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussiesofftogreece View Post
    Thank so much this is so insightful!! I totally understand what you mean about doing what’s best for your mental health!
    We had our scan today and we have 2 delightful hearts beating away from 2 Seperate sacks.
    We are beyond thrilled!
    I have been measured as 6weeks2 days!
    Wonderful news ❤️❤️

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    Hi ladies, one of my very good friends is struggling mentally at the moment after many failed ivf transfers. She did a de cycle here in aus and it didn’t work, so she is asking the below if anyone can offer any hope. TIA.

    I’ve been doing ivf for 9 years (No kids yet) knowing I had a bicornuate uterus and was recently advised that I need to have the septum removed in order to have a successful pregnancy which I did back in July 18. I was on the NKC (Bondi) protocol and had a transfer start of November but unfortunately got a negative result. Has anyone had surgery to fix a bicornuate uterus and gone on to fall pregnant? Looking for some hope.

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    @Mrsl73 there are success stories of women having that surgery and then going on to get pregnant on the ff uk site, if she gets on that and has a search, some should pop up hopefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrsl73 View Post
    Hi ladies, one of my very good friends is struggling mentally at the moment after many failed ivf transfers. She did a de cycle here in aus and it didn’t work, so she is asking the below if anyone can offer any hope. TIA.

    I’ve been doing ivf for 9 years (No kids yet) knowing I had a bicornuate uterus and was recently advised that I need to have the septum removed in order to have a successful pregnancy which I did back in July 18. I was on the NKC (Bondi) protocol and had a transfer start of November but unfortunately got a negative result. Has anyone had surgery to fix a bicornuate uterus and gone on to fall pregnant? Looking for some hope.
    Yes im sure that a lady who used to post in here had that diagnosed, fixed and fell pregnant with de after that surgery. I'll tag her so she can reply.

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    @Monty73 did you have bicornate uterus surgery with dr. saba?..was a lady on here asking about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moc24 View Post
    Congratulations aussiesofftogreece. Fantastic news.
    Thank you so much! ❤️

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussiesofftogreece View Post
    Thank so much this is so insightful!! I totally understand what you mean about doing what’s best for your mental health!
    We had our scan today and we have 2 delightful hearts beating away from 2 Seperate sacks.
    We are beyond thrilled!
    I have been measured as 6weeks2 days!
    Oh that's wonderful news @Aussiesofftogreece! Congratulations to you and your dh. What a lovely way to start off the year. May the rest of your pregnancy be uneventful. Rest up and look after yourself Xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalina View Post
    @gorgeousgeorge thanks for sharing all that info about dopplers. I've been toying with the idea of getting one if I make it past twelve weeks but now leaning towards not. I get the impression that they can't tell you if a problem is developing, only if the heartbeat is there or not - so it seems to me they can't ward off a bad outcome, just tell you if it's already happened.
    I also considered it but didn't get one in the end. My Ob has been monitoring me closely and I've had frequent ultrasounds too so that seemed to have settled my nerves. My GP is close by too, so if i had any moments of doubt, i paid him a visit. You are correct too about what they can and can't do. Glad to read that you are doing well!! May things continue to go well for you xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aok View Post
    Yes it’s meant to be treated with antibiotics,
    I got a script today so will hopefully finish them before AF comes next week,
    I asked my FS about being on antibiotics during transfer and he wasn’t keen on the idea,
    I know many ladies on here have taken them during this time,
    Which ones did you take and did you start them before transfer??
    I was on doxycycline just before and just after my transfer. DrM prescribed it for me and it was fine. Try not to stress and i hope 2019 will ve your year!

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