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    thank you Bee
    I feel better now -
    looking forward to my big jab :shock: at 8pm - maybe my last wine will calm me down

    my nurse said the clinic is going over to sub cut Pregnyl then everyone can do their own at home - b*ugger it is IM tonight
    Bring in on anyway


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    Hi Ladies

    I have little problem and hope someone can help me out.

    I had BT today for FET (HRT) the clinic left message on answering machine tonight that BT Hormone levels were not base line and to call in morning for dates.

    Has anyone had FET and hormones were not baseline on day1 of cycle.

    Any thoughts would be appreciated.

    Thank you
    Chris

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    yep - my clinic uses ovidrel - i think that's what sub cut is? much easier and more convenient to do yourself subcutaneous. My first cycle ever, I had to have it at 10pm on a sunday night. My gp offered to do it at her place, pouring rain, miserable. groan. the next time it was 9.30 and I'd changed to a different gp. had to go to an after hours medical centre and insist on being given a time. lots of dirty looks from others in the waiting room! My ex could never bring himself to jab me.

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    Chris - I have no idea honey - but I hope you get answers - goodluck

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    Sorry Chris, haven't had that one.
    It's so bl**dy complicated and unsettling isn't it?
    Hope you get some help soon.
    Love
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    Sue last time we had to drive to WM hosp arrive 1/2 early to give them warning and wait till stroke of 11pm - was gone in 60secs

    On FET I wanted Pregnyl support but not the traffic so i did it myself (nurse) .A RN friend who lives nearby would come and do it she said but don't want her to see my ugly bum(

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    hey that was 1300 posts - now 1301

    I wish ask Jeeves knew the answers to IVF questions

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    Chris
    Just had a look at my spreadsheet (dag)
    My oestrogen (E2) was high on day 1 - 368 and is supposed to be less than 75. But, they went ahead as they said it didn't matter. I think you're FSH and Progesterone (P4) are supposed to be around the same.
    I will PM a website with levels info which Magic sent me
    Sue

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    Hi ladies

    Sue - Thanks for help/copy of the weblink.

    Trish - Thanks for your help.

    I got no idea what the levels are and guess i should relax tonight and stress tomorrow (if anything to worry about).


    Thanks for your help.

    Regards
    Chris

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    Just popping my head in to say hello to you all and to make a little announcement........

    I've been appointed as one of your Moderators for this forum, so along with the other Moderators that you are familiar with, you can expect to see me swanning about in here too if you'll have me!! LOL

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    On the Pregnyl shots, I've always done my own, DH does anyway.
    Never had to go to the clinic for them which has been very handy by the sounds of things.
    Only ones nurses did were my Primogyn shots, because they go into the muscle- and they stung.

    Not sure on baseline results, doing HRT FET my first BT was CD10

    Sue & Bee, keep up the good work, thinking of you in your TWWs

    Trish, not long now.... follies, follies, follies

    Shazey, Sheree, Sush, any others, take care

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    Sue, would love to see you at Easter, hopefully we can share belly stories, will give me enough time to catch up after my break.

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    Congratulations Melinda.
    Welcome to our world.

    :smt038 :smt041 =D>

    Tam, can't wait to meet you all. With a bit of luck, Sush won't be the only one with a bump....

    Love
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    :luck: :luck:

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    yes mine was into muscle and it stung but I am :smt023
    soon clinic is going to subcutaneous pregnyl the nurse told me -

    hope you are ehaling well Tam

    Welcome :wave: :flower: Melinda

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    Thanks Trish, I think I'm healing ok. Definately getting better physically, and I think emotionally I'm catching up. I think it is the shock of it all and amazed that it did happen. Keeping very positive about it all & keeping a slight distance from TTC so I can have a good break as well. I have a feeling it'll be hard when AF comes to not start again, but I think I do need the break & probably good timing at this time of the year as well.

    It's not a nice feeling of being left behind but I hope to catch up with you guys again in the pg forums.

    I can't stay off BB, I'm so used to, and want to, checking in to see how everyone's going.

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    glad you are hanging around - we would miss you otherwise

    Emotionally it's the hardest to deal with - no scars and everyone expects a speedy recovery.

    It is hard for people to understand what we go through unless they experience it themselves.. I have never had m/c or EP but losing Charlotte I can only imagine.
    You feel robbed and cannot believe what has happened.. Why me?? wishing you can wake up, as if it were a bad dream...

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    It is a bit of the 'why me!'
    I think it's a bit of working through the emotions that come with it.

    I am actually getting the hang of being 'me' already. I plan on getting my body fit & healthy & lose a few extra kg before cycling again. It has sort of lost it's appeal after a year of TTC & not doing much for fear of it affecting my TTC.
    I've just got Weight Watchers books off e-bay. Wish me luck!

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    Hi ladies,

    I sent post yesterday re BT levels and they were not base line.
    Rang clinic this morning which hormone was high.

    It is the LH and levels were 28?

    Have to have another BT on Thursday.

    Has anyone had high LH levels on day 1 of cycle?

    Regards
    Chris

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