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    Sue - thats such encouraging news about the donors replying to you!



    Sheree - glad to hear your little follies are growing so well. Cant imagine the stress over waiting to hear the results once your at the PGD stage - hopefully you will get some great results this time around though! Karaoke, hey - Ha! Wouldnt have picked it! But you go kick some ar$e missy!

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    How are you feeling Keen?
    Still off the pork?

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    not feeling very positive or negative actually - just very neutral and almost bizzarely unconcerned - but still off the pork...

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    Keen- good to hear that you are ticking along nicely. Boy it would be lovely to see you progress to the pg thread, you are always so supportive and understanding.

    Karaoke comp has me worried, I've got find another song.......... \/

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    Yep I'm thinking of you heaps too Keen - are you still staunchly resisting the peesticks??

    LOL at the karaoka Sheree - the only time I've ever sung karaoke was at 4am in the morning, completely written off and I choose Guns n Roses "Sweet Child O Mine". OMG - I still cringe thinking about how bad I was!!!

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    I can see you lurking Sushee, how did your scan go?

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    An update from me: E2 rising nicely, I'm close to trigger but have another US and BT tomorrow - to be sure. I'm on holidays with my parents for the next week or so, so I may be MIA. All the best ladies.

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    Good luck Sheree, I hope this time is really successful for you. :luck:

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    Hi everyone
    Yes, all the best Sheree. Make sure you get spoiled well and truly by your folks. Hope you'll still be able to pop in every now and then to keep us up to date!!
    How are you going Keen? Not long now..... 2 more sleeps.......
    Hi Blue, how are you travelling? Must be getting close to finishing another assignment?
    Hi Trish, Bee, Anney, Sushee, and anyone else popping in. Hope you're all well.
    Wanna hear my news? Drum roll......
    My clinic phoned this afternoon at 3.30. One of their couples requiring donor sperm has cancelled their cycle. So.....
    I have a donor
    They put me to the top of their list because of my age and have reserved 1 straw for me. It is a different donor who had also reached his pg limit.
    So, I kick off my flare ICSI on around 16th October.
    I am over the moon and only stopped doing little puddle ups about 30 minutes ago.
    Yeeeehaaaaaaaaa :happy4u:
    Love
    Sue

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    Hi Guys,

    Sheree great news on your E2 levels! Bee, when are you due to start FSH? Or have you started already?

    yes, I was lurking! You caught me! The scan went well, with good results for the Down Syndrome screening. An amnio is not being recommended, which is excellent as I wouldn't have agreed to one anyway!

    I've missed you guys today, I tell you what! Been hanging out to hear how you all went! Particularly you, Sheree, with your E2 levels, and also to see if there were any updates on your donor, Sue.

    And I was hoping to hear from one other person, you know who you are....

    Will be checking out the other threads for a little bit - gotta get my BB fix before picking DH up. Be back soon!

    love
    sushee

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    Can someone please update my details?

    Name - SuziQ
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - 49 (stim) - 26
    Cycle Type - flare ICSI (donor sperm)
    Months of TTC - 15 years (with a 4 year break)
    Medications - Folic Acid, Calcium, Multivitamin, Synarel, Puregon, Crinone
    Important Dates - 16/10 start Synarel
    Extra Info - 43 years old with no kids (yet). 11 years TTC with ex-hubby. Biological clock says 5 minutes to midnight so flying solo now

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    OMG Sue that is EXCELLENT news. You go girl!!! =D> \/

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    Sue,

    OMG OMG OMG!!! I'm so happy for you, I'm in tears! I am so excited I cannot sit still!

    I missed your post first time round, D'oh! Oh matey, I'm sooo happy for you!

    love
    sushee

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    Hi Sush
    Me too me too me too happy :smt022 , gee, what on earth will I be like when I get a +ve beta?
    Thanks so much for your support and for canvassing over there for me.
    Yeeehaaaaaa,
    Love
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    OMG Sue - THAT'S AWESOME!!!!

    I'm so happy for you. We shall be pretty close in our cycles too. YAY! BTW what's a puddle up - does that mean you wet your pants?

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    :chairfall: Puddle up means crying. I think I got that from the Beverley Hillbillies. Although, atm, I'm surprised I haven't wet my pants. Jumping around so much. My rough calc is that my OPU will be 3rd Nov. But, they only do their OPU's one day a week so it may be the 10th if I don't respond well (like last time). Although, didn't do a flare last time so hope my ovaries will behave a bit better this time.
    Thanks for all the nice wishes ladies.
    Love
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    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
    HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    Yay Suzi!!!!!!!!!! So happy for you petal!!

    \/ happy dance \/

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    Hey Blue thanks.
    I hope all those O's are a healthy eggs indicator......
    How are you going with everything?
    Love
    Sue

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