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#26 Seems like forever

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 01:32 PM

Hey mamas

Im Cautiously transferring to your group from the March fet group. I Transferred one 2BB blast on March 25 and received a faint positive at 5d5dt. I had a little bit of spotting on day seven but nothing since.
My betas were
9dp/5dt 77
14dp/5dt 916
16dp/5dt 2089

I keep telling myself I have no reason to believe that everything isnt going to work out perfectly but at the same time I am still stressing out And counting down every day until my ultrasound on April 26th.

I look forward to going back and reading about all of your Journeys and getting to know each of you.
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#27 Aimeehug

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 03:00 PM

Hi SLF! I know, when I joined this board, I was like, I'm jumping this, last time I did this, it ended in heartbreak. I've been telling myself over and over again that MC are rare. I'm 7 weeks tomorrow and even though it's still early, I feel so much more hopeful, and I look forward to getting to know you more over the next 9 months!

I think my nausea is what really helped with the anxiety. i'm so sick ALL THE TIME, it's hard to not remember that I'm pregnant. I actually hope the nausea eases up a bit. Nothing seems to help.


me: 34 DH: 35 TTC since: Sep 2015

 

Jan 2018- Lap for Endo, and septum removal surgery

Mar-Aug 2018- 3 failed IUIs

Nov 2018- IVF...got my very first ever positive. 

Dec 19 2018- confirmed loss. at 5 weeks. cry.gif

Feb. 2019- preparing for first FET. Let's do this!

March 13, 2019- Transfer date for FET #1

March 18, 2019- turned 34 and got a squinter 5dp5dt.

March 22, 2019- Positive Beta! 

April 8, 2019- 1st ultrasound. all good except a small SCH.


#28 soso43

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 08:00 PM

Hey SLF, we have our ultrasounds on the same day! we'll count down together lol 

I was nervous creating the december group but you know what? we can't help the outcome, so let's enjoy our journey. That's how I feel. I miscarried at 6 weeks last year so I'll probably feel better when I reach 8 weeks. rolleyes.gif

Aimeehug..I am almost wishing for nausea..lol...At least I'd know something is going on. But never had nausea with my DDs so it's nothing new. 


Me:43 / H:43

2 daughters 13 and 10 (first marriage)

TTC 2 years with new partner. Problem: egg quality, age

2018: Miscarried at 6 weeks (natural pregnancy)

February: start of fresh IVF#1 with donor eggs in Barbados

March 27: transfer of 2 5-day blastocysts (2 frozen for next time)

8dp5dt: hpt th_abfp.gif

9dp5dt: first beta (188)

12dp5dt: 2nd beta (616)

April 26: 7w ultrasound: TWINS babyboy.gif babyboy.gif !! 

Official Due date: December 12, 2019

Planned delivery: Betw nov 13-nov 20, 2019


#29 infertilesoil

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 08:48 PM

Soso - thanks. Both hubby and I are off for a bunch of blood tests and then our specialist wants to do an ERA test during my next cycle... so all going well we should be able to go again with an FET in June (& hopefully know if there is anything else we can do)... luckily I still have 11 5days embryos on ice

I'm so so sorry hun! I hope your doc can uncover the issue. I will say that my doctor added medrol after my chemical last year. It's meant to supress the immune system so that your body won't attack the embryo which could be happening. Maybe something you can mention if you're not on it already. Best of luck to you. ❤️

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#30 infertilesoil

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 08:51 PM

It's beta eve for me... Nervous for what tomorrow holds. This 2 week wait never gets easier.
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#31 Aimeehug

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 10:22 PM

Hey SLF, we have our ultrasounds on the same day! we'll count down together lol 
I was nervous creating the december group but you know what? we can't help the outcome, so let's enjoy our journey. That's how I feel. I miscarried at 6 weeks last year so I'll probably feel better when I reach 8 weeks. rolleyes.gif
Aimeehug..I am almost wishing for nausea..lol...At least I'd know something is going on. But never had nausea with my DDs so it's nothing new. 

I will say my anxiety has gone down since Im so sick and tired. Sometimes I wonder if I should be worried about this SCH but I cant worry when Im just so sick. Im not sure whats worse. I do wish the nausea didnt last all day. I hate complaining about being pregnant, but I cant help it. But. I will take all these awful symptoms of it brings me my much desired baby.

me: 34 DH: 35 TTC since: Sep 2015

 

Jan 2018- Lap for Endo, and septum removal surgery

Mar-Aug 2018- 3 failed IUIs

Nov 2018- IVF...got my very first ever positive. 

Dec 19 2018- confirmed loss. at 5 weeks. cry.gif

Feb. 2019- preparing for first FET. Let's do this!

March 13, 2019- Transfer date for FET #1

March 18, 2019- turned 34 and got a squinter 5dp5dt.

March 22, 2019- Positive Beta! 

April 8, 2019- 1st ultrasound. all good except a small SCH.


#32 Aimeehug

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 10:22 PM

It's beta eve for me... Nervous for what tomorrow holds. This 2 week wait never gets easier.

Good luck!

me: 34 DH: 35 TTC since: Sep 2015

 

Jan 2018- Lap for Endo, and septum removal surgery

Mar-Aug 2018- 3 failed IUIs

Nov 2018- IVF...got my very first ever positive. 

Dec 19 2018- confirmed loss. at 5 weeks. cry.gif

Feb. 2019- preparing for first FET. Let's do this!

March 13, 2019- Transfer date for FET #1

March 18, 2019- turned 34 and got a squinter 5dp5dt.

March 22, 2019- Positive Beta! 

April 8, 2019- 1st ultrasound. all good except a small SCH.


#33 AimeeN

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 12:21 AM

Infertilesoil - Thanks I'll keep it in mind



#34 Seems like forever

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 09:31 AM

It's beta eve for me... Nervous for what tomorrow holds. This 2 week wait never gets easier.


Did you do your beta yet? Praying you have excellent numbers today 😊

Me: 33DH: 38

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#35 Seems like forever

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 09:35 AM

Hey SLF, we have our ultrasounds on the same day! we'll count down together lol 
I was nervous creating the december group but you know what? we can't help the outcome, so let's enjoy our journey. That's how I feel. I miscarried at 6 weeks last year so I'll probably feel better when I reach 8 weeks. rolleyes.gif
Aimeehug..I am almost wishing for nausea..lol...At least I'd know something is going on. But never had nausea with my DDs so it's nothing new. 


Im very sorry for your previous loss. I pray that all of us will be taking home healthy babies in December!

As for nausea I have it on and off. Im convinced and so is my hubby that were having a boy. So far everything is just like when I was pregnant for our son. Plus my son has been asking for a baby brother for months and months. I cant wait till we can tell him but just want to get through the ultrasound before we do.

Me: 33DH: 38

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#36 JYO

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 01:29 PM

Hi Everyone,

I have decided to join and introduce myself and hope for the best that this little babe will continue to grow! I had a FET of one 5 day blast on March 22nd. 1st beta at 12dp5dt was 415 and the second beta at 14dp5dt was 991. We are scheduled for our first ultrasound next week on the17th. I feel like the wait to ultrasound is so long although I know many others have to wait longer.

I am praying we all get to meet our Christmas babies in about 9months and I look forward to getting to know you all better!

#37 Seems like forever

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 03:56 PM

Im freaking out. I started spotting again this afternoon. At first it was hard to even tell with the progesterone and estrogen but now I can see it more when I wipe and on my panty liner. I live over 200km away from my clinic so I cant easily go there but I emailed my nurse who of course said this is normal and not to freak out but this is me I always freak out. She was nice enough to email me a blood req so I could go get my levels tested again but I dont know if theyll be posted online tomorrow or if Ill have to wait till Monday. Normally they post the very next morning but life labs is closed on Saturday so I dont know how itll work out.
And now I have to go to work tonight. Its my Monday I work nights and 10 hour shifts so I know Ill be stressing all night.
Sorry to vent Im just stressed. 😥

Me: 33DH: 38

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#38 Aimeehug

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 04:24 PM

WelcomeJYO

SLF- I know bleeding is scary. I had a tiny bit more yesterday and I thought it was done. SCHs are more common for ivf babies and many women have successful pregnancies even with bleeding. But I know how hard it is not to worry. I hope you get answers soon. Will you be able to go in for an early ultrasound?

AFM- took today off because I was just so tired and sick of being sick. Ive slept most of the day and every time I get up, I feel faint. I actually did semi-faint earlier but was by the fridge and grabbed onto it and came to, squatting on the ground. Have to try to be more careful and talk to my doctor about it.

me: 34 DH: 35 TTC since: Sep 2015

 

Jan 2018- Lap for Endo, and septum removal surgery

Mar-Aug 2018- 3 failed IUIs

Nov 2018- IVF...got my very first ever positive. 

Dec 19 2018- confirmed loss. at 5 weeks. cry.gif

Feb. 2019- preparing for first FET. Let's do this!

March 13, 2019- Transfer date for FET #1

March 18, 2019- turned 34 and got a squinter 5dp5dt.

March 22, 2019- Positive Beta! 

April 8, 2019- 1st ultrasound. all good except a small SCH.


#39 MissyBaby

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 08:05 PM

Im freaking out. I started spotting again this afternoon. At first it was hard to even tell with the progesterone and estrogen but now I can see it more when I wipe and on my panty liner. I live over 200km away from my clinic so I cant easily go there but I emailed my nurse who of course said this is normal and not to freak out but this is me I always freak out. She was nice enough to email me a blood req so I could go get my levels tested again but I dont know if theyll be posted online tomorrow or if Ill have to wait till Monday. Normally they post the very next morning but life labs is closed on Saturday so I dont know how itll work out.
And now I have to go to work tonight. Its my Monday I work nights and 10 hour shifts so I know Ill be stressing all night.
Sorry to vent Im just stressed.


Let’s hope it’s just a breakthrough bleed and that all is well.

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#40 Seems like forever

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 08:53 PM

Thank you all for the well wishes. Ive had some more spotting but nothing crazy. Im going to stop using the progesterone applicator in case that is causing the issue. Ill be stalking the life labs site for my results like crazy.

Aimee it sounds like you really needed that day to rest. Hopefully youll get some time to relax over the weekend.

Me: 33DH: 38

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#41 infertilesoil

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Posted 13 April 2019 - 06:20 AM

Beta came back at 1064 @ 14dp5dt ❤️. Going back tomorrow to make sure the numbers double.

SLF - I hope everything is fine and hopefully it's just some irritation with the applicator.

Aimeehug - tell your doctor for sure and stay hydrated. It's hard when your sick all the time, I had that with my first pregnancy.
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#42 soso43

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Posted 13 April 2019 - 06:56 AM

Infertilesoil - Great numbers! I am sure the next results will be just fine

Aimee - hang in there. And ask your doctor if he can prescribe something for that. 

SLF - Spotting is normal, but I get why you would freak out. Relax and try to take it easy eventhough it's hard. We're going through a delicate time in our pregnancies I believe being positive will help.

Welcome JYO..you're so lucky you're getting an ultrasound so early. Mine is in 2 looong weeks. icon_speech_sigh.gif

Have a nice week-end ladies...


Me:43 / H:43

2 daughters 13 and 10 (first marriage)

TTC 2 years with new partner. Problem: egg quality, age

2018: Miscarried at 6 weeks (natural pregnancy)

February: start of fresh IVF#1 with donor eggs in Barbados

March 27: transfer of 2 5-day blastocysts (2 frozen for next time)

8dp5dt: hpt th_abfp.gif

9dp5dt: first beta (188)

12dp5dt: 2nd beta (616)

April 26: 7w ultrasound: TWINS babyboy.gif babyboy.gif !! 

Official Due date: December 12, 2019

Planned delivery: Betw nov 13-nov 20, 2019


#43 JYO

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Posted 15 April 2019 - 06:06 AM

Great beta infertilesoil! Praying your second beta went well too :)
Hope everyone else is doing well!
My ultrasound got moved up to today because they had a cancellation so I am excited and anxious about that! Praying we see a perfect little heartbeat this morning!

#44 soso43

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Posted 15 April 2019 - 08:25 AM

Jyo...Great! Let us know! Good luck...

Infertilesoil . Hope you like your second beta numbers..

 

Have a nice week ladies. A short one with the long week-end coming up. 


Me:43 / H:43

2 daughters 13 and 10 (first marriage)

TTC 2 years with new partner. Problem: egg quality, age

2018: Miscarried at 6 weeks (natural pregnancy)

February: start of fresh IVF#1 with donor eggs in Barbados

March 27: transfer of 2 5-day blastocysts (2 frozen for next time)

8dp5dt: hpt th_abfp.gif

9dp5dt: first beta (188)

12dp5dt: 2nd beta (616)

April 26: 7w ultrasound: TWINS babyboy.gif babyboy.gif !! 

Official Due date: December 12, 2019

Planned delivery: Betw nov 13-nov 20, 2019


#45 Aimeehug

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Posted 15 April 2019 - 10:49 AM

Good luck JYO! Keep us posted on how ultrasound is.

 

Any news infertilesoil?

 

I thought I was getting some relief from the nausea, felt a teensy bit better yesterday, but today it's just come back with a vengeance. I don't want to be at work. At least the dizziness seems to be a bit better. Trying to do a better job of staying hydrated. Keep reminding myself it's a good sign. And the bleeding seems to have stopped, I so hope she tells me the SCH is gone or almost gone when I go on Wednesday.


me: 34 DH: 35 TTC since: Sep 2015

 

Jan 2018- Lap for Endo, and septum removal surgery

Mar-Aug 2018- 3 failed IUIs

Nov 2018- IVF...got my very first ever positive. 

Dec 19 2018- confirmed loss. at 5 weeks. cry.gif

Feb. 2019- preparing for first FET. Let's do this!

March 13, 2019- Transfer date for FET #1

March 18, 2019- turned 34 and got a squinter 5dp5dt.

March 22, 2019- Positive Beta! 

April 8, 2019- 1st ultrasound. all good except a small SCH.


#46 infertilesoil

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Posted 15 April 2019 - 11:29 AM

Hey guys! Yes good news beta was 2212 yesterday. So more than doubled in 48 hours. Soooo happy. Our first ultrasound is May 1st couldn't find a way to make it work in our schedules any sooner. But that just means this little one will be more fun to watch on the ultrasound.

Looking forward to an update on your ultrasound JYO. Glad the bleeding seems to have stopped Aimeehug. Fingers crossed for good news on Wednesday!

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#47 JYO

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Posted 15 April 2019 - 11:31 AM

We have one beautiful little baby growing :) Ultrasound showed little bub measuring exactly on track at 6w1d with a HB of 108!

#48 Aimeehug

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Posted 15 April 2019 - 06:17 PM

Good news all around!

me: 34 DH: 35 TTC since: Sep 2015

 

Jan 2018- Lap for Endo, and septum removal surgery

Mar-Aug 2018- 3 failed IUIs

Nov 2018- IVF...got my very first ever positive. 

Dec 19 2018- confirmed loss. at 5 weeks. cry.gif

Feb. 2019- preparing for first FET. Let's do this!

March 13, 2019- Transfer date for FET #1

March 18, 2019- turned 34 and got a squinter 5dp5dt.

March 22, 2019- Positive Beta! 

April 8, 2019- 1st ultrasound. all good except a small SCH.


#49 soso43

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Posted 16 April 2019 - 06:41 AM

Great news, ladies! 

Aimehug - Hoping for good news for you too tomorrow. Have you been feeling better these last few days? 


Me:43 / H:43

2 daughters 13 and 10 (first marriage)

TTC 2 years with new partner. Problem: egg quality, age

2018: Miscarried at 6 weeks (natural pregnancy)

February: start of fresh IVF#1 with donor eggs in Barbados

March 27: transfer of 2 5-day blastocysts (2 frozen for next time)

8dp5dt: hpt th_abfp.gif

9dp5dt: first beta (188)

12dp5dt: 2nd beta (616)

April 26: 7w ultrasound: TWINS babyboy.gif babyboy.gif !! 

Official Due date: December 12, 2019

Planned delivery: Betw nov 13-nov 20, 2019


#50 Seems like forever

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Posted 16 April 2019 - 07:30 AM

Awesome news mamas!

Aimee hopefully your doc can help you a bit more with your symptoms.

As for me the spotting and cramping have been on and off for days now. Ive done blood work a couple times and its even more confusing. 5 days ago my estrogen was on the high end but still normal 3 days ago it sky rocketed yesterday it plummeted. My progesterone was steady 5 days ago went down only by 0.3 3 days ago but yesterday it went down by half. My hcg is doing way better and increasing with a doubling time of 70 hours now which is great because it should be between 72-96 hours at this point. Now all I can do is wait for my nurse to call me and tell me if Im increasing my meds or retesting again. My poor arm is raw from the bw but I only have one arm that they can get blood from.

Im praying every continues getting good news 😊

Me: 33DH: 38

Dx: DH-Severe Male Factor Me-Thyroid antibodies, low AMH, Insulin resistance

TTC: 6+ years

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