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Posted 18 September 2018 - 04:21 PM

MrsCann - thinking of you.

 

choice - I get a call from the monitoring clinic about the results. Both my family doctor and new nephrologist will also get the results so I can discuss with them when I see them.



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Posted 18 September 2018 - 04:31 PM

MrsCann~ I'm so sorry to hear, thinking of you.
IUI #1 Dec 2016 ~ BFN
IUI #2 Jan 2017 ~ BFN
IUI #3 Mar 2017 ~ BFN
IUI #4 Aug 2017 ~ BFN
IVF#1 ER ~ DEC 2017 (11 follicles, 9 fertilized 7blasts frozen)
Dec 2017 ~ PGS testing (3 normal) (Day 5 5BC, Day 6 5BB & 6BB)
FET #1 Jan 2018 ~ BFN (6BB)
ERA Mar 2018 ~ pre-receptive by 1 day
FET #2 May 2018~ BFP! (5BB) ~miscarriage @6weeks

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Posted 18 September 2018 - 04:40 PM

MrsCann I am so sorry. I was hoping for good news for you.

Returnable. That is really exciting. If they had your hubby come in then I would assume that is good sign. When do you get to see your dr?

Choice - good luck tomorrow. Thinking of you.

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Posted 18 September 2018 - 05:28 PM

Thanks everyone:)

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Posted 18 September 2018 - 07:57 PM

JIC I think the nurses from the monitoring clinic will tell me all I need to know. I don't need to see the RE.

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Posted 19 September 2018 - 10:48 AM

MrsCann and choice - any news?



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Posted 19 September 2018 - 01:08 PM

Nothing good to report here. Looks like another mc for me. They couldn't see a gestational sac only a thickened lining with blood clots. Just waiting on bloodwork to see what next steps will be.
IUI #1 Dec 2016 ~ BFN
IUI #2 Jan 2017 ~ BFN
IUI #3 Mar 2017 ~ BFN
IUI #4 Aug 2017 ~ BFN
IVF#1 ER ~ DEC 2017 (11 follicles, 9 fertilized 7blasts frozen)
Dec 2017 ~ PGS testing (3 normal) (Day 5 5BC, Day 6 5BB & 6BB)
FET #1 Jan 2018 ~ BFN (6BB)
ERA Mar 2018 ~ pre-receptive by 1 day
FET #2 May 2018~ BFP! (5BB) ~miscarriage @6weeks

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Posted 19 September 2018 - 01:16 PM

I'm so sorry choicemom.



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Posted 19 September 2018 - 03:12 PM

Thinking of you Choice sorry to hear

Return- my hcg went up to 2948 I dont think the RE was expecting it to go up. Yesterday she told me I would 95% likely to miscarry. When she called today she said Im still saying 95% chance of miscarriage since the gestational sac didnt grow in 6 days last time, but she said there is that 5% it could change since my levels are going up. I go back on Monday for another ultrasound. Its a hard waiting game and my anxiety and emotions are threw the roof lol Ill update everyone on Monday.

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Posted 19 September 2018 - 04:37 PM

Blood dropped to 184 so definitely mc and thankfully not ectopic like they thought. Now I wait for it to pass naturally hopefully. I go back in 10 days to see what my levels are.

MrsCann~ I have my fx that all goes well for you next Monday.
IUI #1 Dec 2016 ~ BFN
IUI #2 Jan 2017 ~ BFN
IUI #3 Mar 2017 ~ BFN
IUI #4 Aug 2017 ~ BFN
IVF#1 ER ~ DEC 2017 (11 follicles, 9 fertilized 7blasts frozen)
Dec 2017 ~ PGS testing (3 normal) (Day 5 5BC, Day 6 5BB & 6BB)
FET #1 Jan 2018 ~ BFN (6BB)
ERA Mar 2018 ~ pre-receptive by 1 day
FET #2 May 2018~ BFP! (5BB) ~miscarriage @6weeks

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Posted 19 September 2018 - 06:16 PM

I'm sorry to hear choice

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Posted 20 September 2018 - 12:30 PM

Crideout - let us know how your beta is today (you do get to find out today with this one, right?) How are you doing?

 

MrsCann - how are you holding up? I'm sure Monday feels like an eternity!

 

AFM - I started two pills of diclectin before bed time on Wednesday and boy has it made a world of difference for me. I was struggling to eat and every meal was an unpleasant experience, now at least I can get through a meal and eat a sufficient amount. I think I'm down about 4 lb since transfer (not that I can't afford to lose it, just don't want to do it while pregnant). My next "check-up" is not until October 29th, which seems like an eternity away. I still haven't heard back from the clinic the results of the first ultrasound, but was initially told if I don't hear back within a day that the news is good.


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Posted 20 September 2018 - 01:03 PM

Returnable. No checkup is excellent news. Take those lovely pills to help with nausea and enjoy your pregnancy.
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Posted 20 September 2018 - 07:40 PM

Hi All - may I join your group?  My due date is in April but given that there isn't a group and traffic has been a bit slow on the site, I was hoping to be an honourary May member. 

I have been following along and trying to catch up and sending my best wishes. 

Choice and MrsCann I am so sorry this cycle has been so trying. 



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Posted 21 September 2018 - 05:14 AM

Welcome chill22 it's so nice to have you here. Most likely I will be having the baby at the end of April anyway so we are not that far apart.

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Posted 21 September 2018 - 12:55 PM

mrscann Im so sorry. Big hugs

Choice Im holding out hope for you. Big hugs

Return sounds like good news! Glad you got some relief for the morning sickness

Chil22 welcome!

AFM I just got results today and my hcg went up to 6381! I was a nervous wreck waiting and wondering but its such a relief to know. Just so sad that everyone isnt having the same good news. My sickness hasnt been too horrible thank goodness but Im only 5w3d. Ginger candies have been helping a lot!

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Posted 24 September 2018 - 08:00 AM

Crideout - that's great news! I completely missed your post. I started feeling a bit nauseous in the 5th week but I would say it started getting more consistent in the 6th. You have one more beta to go? Just remember that after about 2000, it doesn't necessarily double any more as it is no longer a good measure for viability.

 

MrsCann - good luck today and let us know how things go.

 

Chil22 - how are you doing?

 

AFM - I finally got the results of last week's viability ultrasound, and the embryo was measuring right no track for all of the viability measurements, so the due date of May 5th still stands. The heartrate was strong at 154 bpm. In two weeks I'll be going in for my Harmony test, and then October 29th I'm meeting with the OB at the high risk pregnancy clinic. Hopefully I'll have the results of the Harmony test by then. This weekend I tried one day without the Diclectin, but had a hard time eating anything, so I'm back on it just to be able to maintain my weight. I'm still about 4 pounds down since transfer so I'm hoping to at least maintain my weight for the next couple of weeks.



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Posted 24 September 2018 - 07:44 PM

Well everyone I am out, I have a D &C scheduled for Friday. RE gave me options but I feel more comfortable doing this. I also developed hydrosalpinx in both tubes so I signed paperwork while I was there for surgery to have them removed, surgery should be in November sometime. Hoping to start another round of IVF in January. Wishing everyone all the best in the future. This site has a lot of supporting people I’m glad I came acrossed it on google lol

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Posted 24 September 2018 - 07:57 PM

<<MrsCann>> I'm so sorry about this loss. I hope you have better luck next time.

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Posted 24 September 2018 - 08:43 PM

MrsCann. I am so sorry. Wishing you only the best

Crideout. It is great hearing exciting news. Hopefully you can relax a bit and enjoy your pregnancy

Returnable. Sorry you are having issues. That little one is certainly making itself known. Hopefully it will ease off a bit soon

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Posted 25 September 2018 - 06:09 AM

MrsCann- I sm so sorry. Take care of yourself. I found I was not myself for about four-five months and really struggled to be present and do things I used to enjoy. Therapy helped a lot with the processing and disappointment. Please surround yourself with a great support system. If you need to talk please PM me. xo

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Posted 25 September 2018 - 06:13 AM

Crideout - great news!

Returnable so hlad the anatomy scan went well.

Afm- doing well. 13 weeks tomorrow and starting to feel less exhaustion. I am tired but it isnt as debilitating as weeks 7-12. Boobs are huge and still sore but on the iptick my stomach isnt churning as much as it was.

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Posted 25 September 2018 - 07:55 AM

Chil22 - I'm glad you are starting to get your energy back. Did you find the stomach upset manageable?

 

I would say my food aversion issue is becoming worse as I had a hard time with dinner last night. I'm trying not to have to take the diclectin during the day, but this may be a dying hope. I never thought I would dislike food and the sight of it so much. I keep reminding myself that nausea is a sign of a healthy pregnancy and that this will end in a month or so. Perhaps when I come off my estrace and progesterone things will ease off a bit too. I can only hope :)



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Posted 25 September 2018 - 11:22 AM

I did find it manageable as long as I felt something was in my stomach. I have not had any food aversions on this pregnacy but really disnt have much the previous pregnancy. I feel for all you ladies that can not eat anything ir feel like eating anything as it truly is debilitating. A good friend of mine had to start diclectin pretty much on day one of both pregnacies and had to take it for the full pregnancy. Both children are happy and healthy. I understand not wanting ti take the meds but not eating and functioning has to be as bad.
I hope things inprove quickly for you.

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Posted 27 September 2018 - 12:33 PM

Crideout - how are you doing? Do you have your ultrasound booked yet?

 

Chil22 - my food aversion seems to be decreasing the last few days, although I am taking my diclectin still. I'm still not excited about eating, but at least I can tolerate it more. At lunch today a co-worker got me to taste some mystery thing which would have been impossible last week.