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Thread: Long Term Assisted Conception - September '05

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    Default Long Term Assisted Conception - September '05

    Hello Ladies,

    Welcome to our very first Long Term Assisted Conception thread - I hope you all don't mind being the guinea pigs If you'd like to join the list, please include your details as per below and if you have any suggestions as to things that might like to be added to the list, please email me at [email protected] or post a message in the "Messages for Moderators" forum - that will probably be quicker than my emails. All the best and fingers crossed for lots of graduates from this forum.

    Name -
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    Months of TTC -
    Medications -
    Important Dates -
    Extra Info -
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    Name - SuziQ
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - 49 (stim) - 26
    Cycle Type - ICSI (donor sperm)
    Months of TTC - 15 years (with a 4 year break) - 43 years old, no bubs (yet)
    Medications - Too many + various herbal potions
    Important Dates - Donor shortage has put things on hold for me - temporarily
    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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    Name - Blue Sky (Heather)
    State - VIC
    My Previous Cycle Length - 37 - 21 - 38 - 30 -45
    Cycle type - HRT FET (once AF shows... waiting waiting!)
    Months of TTC – Many years pre AC, 12 months AC, almost 12 months IVF
    Medications – None at present
    Important Dates – Waiting on AF – ETA 12/10

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    Name - Baby~amore` (Trish)
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - 33 (FET cycle with Pregnyl) , 22
    Cycle Type - Long down reg Stim cycle OCT / NOV
    Months of TTC - 12 years # 1, 12 months #2
    Medications - Elevit, Synarel 13/10, Puregon etc
    Important Dates - 13 wks to Christmas
    Extra Info - Adopted DS 11yrs ago
    DD born still 1/9/04 @26 weeks no known cause of death
    IVF #1 & FET #1 BFN, FET#2 - Embryo failed thaw
    Right salpingectomy. Fibroids. Unexplained infertility.
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    Kelly xx

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    No, I'm not just posting again because I'm feeling lonely in here....
    Somehow, my details are in here twice though. They've landed as part of Kelly's original post as well as my separate post.
    Is that a reward for being first postee in the brand new forum???
    Sue

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    Oh Oh can I be an alumni member? Pleeeeaaasse?

    love
    sushee

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    BTW Thank you very much, Kelly, for this thread. I'm sure we'll do you proud and chatter heaps!

    love
    sushee

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    No problems girls, go for your lives! Suzi, I copied your details into my post so it's all fine Once people post their details in here, the Moderator will post them into the intro thread and delete the post made by the poster, iykwim!
    Kelly xx

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    I say yes to you being an alumni member Sush. We need you here!! Not sure if I'm authorized to do it but, hey, I posted first so I'll allow it. Anyone out there want to second that motion?
    Love
    Sue

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    Hi Gals,

    I guess I qualify? Well, I'm pulling up a pew until I'm told to bugger off!!
    BlueSky

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    Hey Blue, hi. Glad (?) you're here. YKWIM.
    Love
    Sue

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    Yes, I'll second that motion!!

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    Hmmm I'm posting out of synch..

    Thanks for accepting me! I guess I had add my details! BRB

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    Kelly - or other nice moderator - can you please add my details?

    Hmmm time I came out of the closet...
    Heather

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    I love to hear from you Sushee.

    Thank you Kelly.

    Hi ladies

    Pssstt OI cycle #5 is a bust (BT today) and so I go onto IVF#16 in about two days (when AF arrives). So who's up this month the all familiar rollercoaster. Quite fitting, given that the Royal Show is in Perth at the moment.

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    And in Melbourne

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    Groan Sheree, sorry buddy.
    Would love to ride with you but I'm having a sperm donor 'issue'. As in, my clinic doesn't have any atm. In the process of figuring out what to do next. :-k
    Good luck with this one. Sweet 16.
    Hmmm, did I hear right? Did the swans beat West Coast? Oh, sorry about that Sush...
    Love
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    aahhh Suzi I do believe the Swans won.....lots of upset people over here at the moment.....

    man it must really sux to wait for the clinic and donors - must mess with your head. do you remember in your teens worrying about getting pg from sitting on the toilet!!! LOL

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    Not to mention the 10 years I wasted money on the BCP.
    It is frustrating, especially at 43!! I can give up...
    Or wait for another donor (that will take at least 6 months for medical clearance - even if they get one this week). Or change clinics. But that will involve travel to Sydney or Newcastle - both around an hour/hour and a half each way from here. Or there is another clinic here on the CC but they only use known donors (don't have one and it would still involve the same waiting time for clearance). Or whether to try to be an embee recipient. That one's a bit big for me atm but have started researching. Or go through a donor registry. That doesn't fill me with a lot of joy either.
    Too many 'ors'. Headspins galore atm. Might just take some time to take stock I think.
    Actually, I'm a Carlton fan - the ex grew up in Pascoe Vale.
    Love
    Sue

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    Hey no need to apologise to me about West Coast losing. The AFL finished at my house the day Carlton stopped playing. I am a cricket fan -upset about losing the Ashes - but don't care about AFL one way or the other!

    Sheree, AF's due tomorrow? Then get your ticket for the rollercoaster hunney. I think the rollercoaster union should be revoking your season ticket soon and putting you on the pg bus sooon, damnit!

    Blue, hello and welcome Heather! Feels funny! Since almost everyone else knows my real name, it's Janice, but trust me, it never catches on and everyone goes back to calling me Sushee!

    Trish, Keen et al;, when you do finally poke your head in here, we've got your seat warm too.

    And you can see from how sweet the girls here so far have been, having graduated doesn't get you kicked out of here! I like to think of it more as you guys not being able to get rid of me....Lol!

    oooh, and I logged on on a weekend! My kids are getting slack!

    love
    sushee

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    Livin' on the edge their Sush (I just can't do Janice, sorry). Oh well, you know what they say, if you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space. Was ice-cream bribery involved???

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