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thread: Long Term TTC & Assisted Conception September 2012

  1. #109

    Jun 2010
    District Twelve
    8,425

    Loving hearing you say that about the coQ10 and DHEA Bloss! Good luck tomorrow


  2. #110
    Registered User

    Aug 2007
    Newcastle
    472

    good luck with the transfer tomorrow blossom!

    krikkit so glad to hear that you got to transfer - FX this one is a keeper

  3. #111

    Jun 2010
    District Twelve
    8,425

    Good luck to you too Krikkit!!!

  4. #112
    Registered User

    Sep 2009
    314

    Thanks N2l.
    Anyone get any tips on what to eat to help implantation?

  5. #113
    2014 BellyBelly RAK Recipient.

    Dec 2008
    Melbourne, VIC
    4,637

    Blossom, good luck tomorrow lovely!! Well done for your little embies I have to say I'm getting quite excited at the prospect that maybe my little eggies will be better too with all the CoQ10 I've been taking! Hope everything goes well for you hunni

    KritKrit, congrats on being PUPO hun!!!!! Fingers crossed the nice little embie digs itself a big hole to stay in for a loooooooong time I had to laugh at your story about the u/s without the lubricant, there is no dignity no matter how many times they look 'down there'! hehehe

    Vic, let's hope tomorrow's results are much better

    Welcome Treenie

    Hello to everyone else!

    Nothing happening here, pick up my meds on 2 Oct Yay.

  6. #114
    Registered User

    May 2009
    Brisbane
    3,105

    Saturday 15th September 2012

    Waiting for EPU/O/IUI/FET or just something to happen!
    Kerbear - taking a break
    Myturn -
    Wishanddream - CD1
    N2L - CD3

    Nire - CD3
    Emerald Star - CD6

    Juniper - CD7
    Vic261 - CD17
    Me4ever - CD28


    Waiting for Transfer


    Hanging out in the TWW (Stalk them here....https://www.bellybelly.com.au/forums/...ek-Wait-2012-6)
    Krikkit - CD18 1dp3dt
    Blossom - CD22 0dp5dt
    J.Bear - CD18 2dp5dt
    Andie - CD24 6dp5dt
    Mrs Mac - CD28 7dp5dt (+HPT @10dpo!)
    Miloro - CD26 12dpo


    Got Their BFP in September
    Emma - +HPT 4/9, 7/9 - HCG 71 @13dpo, 10/9 - HCG 141 @16dpo!
    JoeSpratt - 15/9 - BFP (b/w) @13dpo
    Last edited by juniper76; September 15th, 2012 at 06:30 PM.

  7. #115
    Registered User

    Sep 2012
    202

    Long Term TTC & Assisted Conception September 2012

    Finally started period (so now i am day 1 of my cycle) today so therefore started injections did not hurt at all so i stressed for no reason.hopefully will end in a good result.but am not getting my hopes up as my husband doesnt have the best swimmers. But ya neva know

  8. #116
    Registered User

    Aug 2011
    Port Lincoln
    1,216

    Lh is now 10 up from 6 so its slowly happening. Had a faint +opk this morning but -opk this afternoon. By rights I should be ovulating tomorrow so maybe I missed the surge? Maybe last night. Bt this morning, but wont get results till monday. Another bt monday.

    Hi to everyone else. Glad to hear the transfers went well. And good to hear about the coq10. Yay.

  9. #117
    Registered User

    Aug 2007
    Newcastle
    472

    best birthday pressie ever!!! BT today & BFP let's hope this one is a keeper

  10. #118
    Registered User

    May 2009
    Brisbane
    3,105

    Joe, congrats and Happy Birthday!!

    W&D, glad to hear your first shots went well.


    *edit*
    I realised today we've got another potential hurdle to overcome. I normally O CD17, which would mean our embryo would be thawed CD20 (frozen day 3). That's a Friday and my FS doesn't do transfers on weekends. It also happens to be a long weekend that weekend (Queen's birthday). We now have to hope that I O a few days early or late or we will be cancelled for timing reasons before we even try to thaw...
    Last edited by juniper76; September 15th, 2012 at 06:59 PM.

  11. #119
    BellyBelly Member

    May 2009
    Sydney NSW
    329

    Happy birthday JoeSpratt and congrats..well done

  12. #120
    Registered User

    Sep 2009
    314

    Happy Bday Joe Spratt and big congrats x

  13. #121
    Registered User

    Aug 2007
    Newcastle
    472

    thanks ladies!! feeling pretty happy but trying not to get to ahead of myself...still a long way to go!!!

    Juniper - how come they don't transfer on a weekend? surely they realise that everyone is different and cycles differ. If they cancel because it is going to fall on a weekend do you still have to pay? Seems a bit weird to me. FX everything goes your way

  14. #122
    Registered User

    Nov 2011
    SE Melbourne
    2,975

    Junipear that's a pain our clinic doesn't do transfers on saturdays - but they will do it across long weekends etc... maybe you could ring and check to see what they say??? it may reduce your anxiety/worry a bit???

  15. #123
    Registered User

    May 2009
    Brisbane
    3,105

    I think some of the Drs may do transfers on weekends, but mine (to the best of my knowledge) doesn't. Last time I had a transfer fall on a weekend (with our old FS) he arranged for another FS to do it (but the transfer ended up being cancelled because none of the embryos made it to day 5). I guess we'll just have to wait and see? I would expect, if we have to cancel before thawing, we'll just be paying our FS for the cycle monitoring, not the clinic's FET cycle fee, which I would be okay with because I'd like to see how his monitoring lines up with my OPKs/BBTs. If we proceed and the embryo doesn't survive the thaw then we have to pay the clinic a cycle cancellation fee ($400) to cover the cost of thawing instead of the full cycle fee (I asked about that scenario previously). I have the first monitoring on Friday, so I'll ask him about it then. I'm going to try to not worry as there's nothing I can do to change it, but I'm annoyed about having yet another hurdle to jump (and such a trivial one at that)... My cycle has been a bit haywire the last few months, so maybe the timing will work out?

  16. #124
    Registered User

    Nov 2011
    SE Melbourne
    2,975

    maybe another specialist can do the transfer then.... same for us, if my FS isn't on duty when the transfer needs to occur, they get someone else to do it.... out of 5 transfers I have had my Dr 3 times.... the FET's were a different Dr each time - but although weird exposing myself to yet another stranger... all my dignity is gone now anyway.... so... ....

    anyway, I hope they can make it happen for you FX! it's the waiting around for everything that is getting me at the moment as well....

    just feels like you are always waiting in this ttc thing.... not just to get pregnant, but it's like everything goes on hold while waiting for the illusive bfp.... but what if it never happens, how long do we go on with life on hold while we HOPE to get pregnant...?

    I am sick and tired of waiting.... too much of a 'task oriented' person.... and having REAL trouble with the fact that I cannot control this... there is absolutely nothing I can do to make it better... ...

    sooooooryyyy ..... enough of a rant from me.... I just hope you don't have to keep waiting... any of you...

  17. #125
    Registered User

    May 2009
    Brisbane
    3,105

    You're not alone feeling that way myturn. We all feel it. I think us control freaks take it a little harder sometimes though...

    ps. What's dignity? I feel like I should know what it is, but it's vague, like a distant memory...

  18. #126
    Registered User

    Nov 2011
    SE Melbourne
    2,975

    ps. What's dignity? I feel like I should know what it is, but it's vague, like a distant memory...

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