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thread: LTTTC & Assisted Conception - November 2005 #2

  1. #73
    BellyBelly Life Member

    Jan 2005
    in the valley of cuddles with mountains of smiles

    welcome back Humphrey how could we forget you -you funny old fellow :chairfall:

    congrates on your blast on board may it go to same plan as your DS.

    Chele - it is very frustrating not knowing -hope you get the call

    Have you had a good rest today before you go off to work ?

  2. #74
    Registered User

    Apr 2005
    Sydney, NSW

    Well that's just plain rude isn't it Chele. Do they have any idea that WE are all waiting impatiently for these results. Rude, rude, rude....

  3. #75

    May 2005
    South Australia

    Exactly my dear funny old fellow they don't know how many people are waiting on this not just me and DH and the rest of my family but all of you lovely girls too. Very Very rude of them i say. Oh well shall soldier on and syc myself up for 11pm start of work.

  4. #76
    Registered User

    Feb 2005
    Planet Earth, Apparently.

    Cazz, my heart truly goes out to you, I only wish these was something to take away such pain. Infertility is such an incredibly painful battle, and you are an amazing soldier. I hope you can heal, in whatever way possible. I will be thinking of you.

    Welcome back Humphrey, I think we took similar breaks, and HANDS OFF the stick Good luck!!!

    Chele, continuing (painful now) pretzel position...

    My results are in and I am sniffing as of tonight, repeat blood next Tuesday and if all is set, start injecting. Knowing me, and going on last cycle, there will be 2 not 1 weeks of sniffing first so I won't be expecting much.

    MODS - could you change my important date to 22/11 - BT before injecting

    or whatever you call that BT 8-[

  5. #77
    BellyBelly Life Member

    Nov 2003

    All done, Kell. Good luck!!

  6. #78

    May 2005
    South Australia

    Well Girls No news this evening Stay tuned after 8am SA time tomorrow hopefully nurse will ring soon after 8 so I can sleep after work. Have a good Night all catch you tomorrow.

  7. #79
    Melinda Guest

    Oh Cazz, I am so sorry to hear that you are spotting. I really hope that it's not over for you........

    Chele - I'll be keeping my fingers crossed and checking in here first thing tomorrow to check on those results!

    Humphrey - welcome back.

  8. #80
    Registered User

    Jan 2004
    Melbourne, Australia

    I am really sorry to hear you are spotting and feeling so down about everything. i don't really know your story but wanted to ask why does the doctor not think you can carry a pg. you have achieved naturally? I wondered as I have been frequenting forums on another website recently and there are at least 3 women on there who are being treated for "immune Issues" as they have had recurrent miscarriages. Apparetnly some RE's do not beleive there is such a thing as "immune issues" but there is this person in NSW who specialises in them. One of the women on this other site has done lots of research on it and swears by this guy (with this guys support, she had a child at 46 using donor eggs after multiple miscarriages).
    sorry, it may not apply to you but I thought I would mention it. It seems such a shame that you have been so close by being pg. so many times. - a good result can't be to far away.

  9. #81
    kirsty Guest

    Hi guys, just popping in to say hi to you all.

    Recently I have been appointed as a moderator for you all, so with the mods that you know better I'll be here too.

    As long as you'll have me that is????

  10. #82
    Melinda Guest

    Welcome Kirsty!

  11. #83
    Registered User

    Aug 2005

    Hi girls
    Just wanted to pop my head in and thank Chele, Didge, Blue, Cazz, Trish, Starbright, Teagan, Angel and Tam for their kind thoughts. Also to Trish, Teagan, Anney, Leis and Tam for your private messages. You are all genuinely lovely ladies.
    Please take care of yourselves.
    Cazz, sorry to hear of the spotting. It is a horrid kick in the guts. Hope it is just implantation bleeding.

  12. #84
    cazzoom Guest

    thank you so much ladies for you ongoing support.
    The spotting increased this morning.
    I am now passing lots of big clots as well as lots of grey tissue which I was told(after talking to the nurse) would be the embryo/s. I am absolutely sure they at least tried to implant. I felt them. The nurse seems to agree they must have because of the tissue I am describing.

    No pain though. no cramping or anything like that

    I guess its well and truly over now!!

    Sue ~ I am glad you posted. Just so we know you are alright. Well as much as can be anyway. Its hard to deal with. Please if you need to chat feel free to email me. cnkaeser@hotmail.com


  13. #85
    BellyBelly Life Subscriber
    Add sushee on Facebook

    Sep 2004
    Melb - where my coolness isn't seen as wierdness


    I can't speak for Hayseed's experience, but I can tell you what I know, and that is that Hayseed did in fact lose 5 pregnancies, had no luck with 3 cycles of IVF, and then fell naturally with her 6th pregnancy, which she then carried to full term with the help of monitoring and a little medical intervention from her RE. She now has a beautiful son, Thomas. I was here in this forum and we were all cycle buddies when she fell. We watched the miracle unfold before our own eyes, so we know it can happen.

    So don't give up hope. You're right, you can fall naturally, so IVF does seem to be a moot point. I believe Hay went to IVF for PGD purposes, and her embryos were found to be normal, and there was no known reason for her recurrent miscarriages.

    I know you've been at it a long time and it's hard to keep going. But am hoping a miracle happens for you, and soon.


  14. #86
    Registered User

    Jan 2005

    :hugs: to Sue and Cazz sorry to read your news. I truly hope this isn't the end for you Cazz, you both provide such support in here. I hope Hayseeds story gives you so hope.
    Sue where to from here with you? Is there more available from your donor? :luck: to you both.

    Chele??? Any news today sweetie?

    As for me AF arrived yesterday, went to Dr this morning, he said this cycle off then FET next cycle but I don't want FET around Xmas so we have decided 2 cycles on BCP then FET with estrogen tabs which puts FET around Early-mid jan!! I very happy as I feel the best I've felt in a while being drug free and all!!

    :smt039 to the TWWers and the jabbers and the waiters!!

  15. #87
    BellyBelly Life Member

    Jan 2005
    in the valley of cuddles with mountains of smiles


    starting a stockpile OF

    :bluestick: inkstick: for you in preparation

  16. #88

    May 2005
    South Australia

    8-[ BFN Today girls shall just have to wait till Monday and hope for a BFP then DAy 10 obviously to early maybe will POAS tomorrow day 12 and see.

    Cazz sorry honey for what is happening. It's a bugger when you know the embies started to implant isn't it it just makes you wonder why they didn't want to stick around. Take care of yourself.

    SuziQ you are most welcome

  17. #89
    Registered User

    Jul 2005

    Cazz I am really sorry to hear the horrid news. Infertility is such a horrible thing and can certainly do your mind in... thinking of you honey.

    Chele hang on tight lovey, it ain't over til that fat lady sings.

    Suzie Q i hope you are staying strong

    Shez also i am also sorry about the old b*tch showing her butt ugly face.

    Trish I hope the blast is behaving and enjoying its first class environment.

    love leis xxx

  18. #90
    BellyBelly Life Member

    Jan 2005
    in the valley of cuddles with mountains of smiles

    Hang in there Chele

    Cazz- I am so sorry for this sad news.There are no words of comfort. :hugs:

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