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    Quote Originally Posted by molisa View Post
    You are really blessed and lucky. I just failed my FET
    Bum!
    sending hugs, and hoping that the next few days aren't too hard.


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    That sux Molisa. Sorry to hear it

    Welcome Lu.

    It has been very quiet! I'm always thinking of my pgd girls.
    Who's next?

    X

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    Kim,
    Thanks for the welcome.... I am doing ok with this cycle..... Just so anxious about it all after the last cycle with all 4 embryos not being suitable for transfer I cAbt help think that that could happen again.....
    When do u think you might try again?

    Molisa,
    I'm so very sorry that cycle was not positive.....

    Weemansmummy ,
    Thanks for the welcome

    Madb
    Thanks for the welcome,


    Just wondering is anyone doing a pgd cycle soon?

    I'm off for my first bt on Wednesday "....then should start fsh on Friday........

    Lu xx

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    Well if my hubby had his way I'd be doing a FET soon but I'm holding him off while BFing.
    I'm just a follower, this beautiful ladies let me stick around

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    Hey there,

    Popping my head back in to the thread to say hello and to say I've missed this thread. Hoping to hop back in in the next few months to actually do a cycle!

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    Hi ladies

    Hi kimmi all the best in your upcoming cycle

    Wee mans mummy: w
    How long b4 youbstart a new cycle? As I bf my ds unill about 13 months and then the doc said I had to wait 2 months go on the pill for those 2 months etc so i couldn't go traight away

    Anyone else cycling here a little Lonley

    I'm on day 9 of lucrin now and due to start 175 fsh on sat....all good so far apart from really bad headaches......but might be due to th damn cold weather here in syd

    Anyone else in syd??


    Take care ladies

    Lu

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    Hey lu, I have no immediate plans but hubby wants to asap. I've told him I won't stop BFing to have a FET so he will have to wait. He doesn't seem to realise he should just really enjoy Wyatt first! I think he is just in a hurry to complete the family as he thinks he is old.

    I don't live in Sydney but I did all my cycles at SIVF.

    Good luck with this cycle, I'll be stalking!

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    Congrats on your first hun... how old is he?

    its great that you have some left over to do a fet!

    i too am at sivf i see DR Livingstone...he is so lovely do you see him?

    thanks for your support

    take care

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    Thanx! He is 12 weeks today. We were very VERY lucky to get some healthy embies to freeze. Especially after our first 2 horror cycles

    I'm with devora leiberman. She is great too

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    I am with Dr L as well… I might start a cycle next month depending on the consultation results with another Dr...

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    Weemansmummy
    Wow that's great
    Do you mind sharing some info about your other cycles

    In my first they retrieved
    10 eggs
    6 fert
    2 lasted to testing
    One good one bad
    We were sooooo lucky!


    2nd cycle not so lucky
    6 eggs retrieved
    All fert
    4 lasted to testing
    All four with the gene



    3rd cycle
    Now we wait and see!!


    Molisa: sorry dr
    Lu leibermann or livingstone??

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    Sure...
    1st cycle- down reg
    13 eggs
    3 fert
    0 to test
    OHSS (not hospitalised)

    2nd cycle- antagonist
    17 eggs
    7 fert
    3 tested
    1 affected, 1 carrier, 1 non affected
    Bio chem preg

    3rd cycle- antagonist
    15 eggs
    11 fert
    7 tested
    7 non affected
    1 transferred, 1 accidentally killed, 5 frozen
    Wyatt

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    Dr ML...

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    Molisa are you trying another dr within sivf or branching out. I was going to change clinic at one point but decided I didn't want to do all the lead up work again.

    I was so devo'd by my first 2 cycles I could just never see the light at the end, I NEVER thought it would happen. I decided my 3rd was my last, went in with an I don't give a poop attitude and when all that stress and anxiety was gone it just all came so easy. At least it seems that way now... Maybe I should read back to that cycle on here and refresh. It's coming up on a year from when I started that 3rd cycle. Wow!

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    Luisella - good luck for EPU etc - how is the stimming going? When is EPU scheduled? Thinking of you!

    Molisa - good luck with your consultation!

    Weemansmummy - glad to hear things are going well!
    Can I ask, are you able to transfer embryos that are carriers? My DP will be going next with PGD (yes I'm already thinking about it and twins are only 10 weeks old!!) - DP's a carrier for haemophilia, X-linked so would expect on average 25% of her embryos to be carriers and 25% to be affected - and 50% unaffected. We can do sex selection if we want (only put females back - only males get affected by haemophilia but females can be carriers) but I think we'll check for the specific gene defect (more expensive unfortunately but just somehow sits better with me than flushing all the male embryos down the drain - obviously this is an individual decision though). But I can't remember what we were told a few years ago as to whether they allow you to put carrier embryos back? In some ways we wouldn't want to, just so the gene issues end in this generation; so that a potential DD wouldn't have to go through PGD - then again, who knows what technology will be available for our kids??
    Has anyone else had a dilemma about putting carrier embryos back?

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    Hey Foxy!!! How are your gorgeous twinnies? Id so love to see them!

    We had the same decision to make re sex selection or gene selection and went with the gene selection because i felt the same about chucking out our boys and then probably ending up with carriers. Plus in very rare cases some girls have been affected with CGD. We were totally allowed to put our carrier in but the Dr talked us into a fresh cycle instead so luckily we didnt need to put her in, id hate to out her through what i went through. BUT i honestly think when our bubs are having bubs this will all be so much easier

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    Foxy 77: thanks for your thoughts so far so good
    Can I ask what clinic u r with ? Did they transfer 2 embys? My doc will only ever do 1.....

    weemansmummy; thanks for sharing,,,


    Oh one more question can I ask whAt Dose of fsh is was everyone on????

    I feel a little better now. Was feeling so alone this time.... I'm not telling as many people
    Thanks so much everyone ,,,,

    Hope you are all enjoying the long weekend!!!!!


    Lu
    Xxx

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    From memory I always started on 150. My highest was 225. But I stim well. Some of the girls have had massive doses!

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