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#51 Aimeehug

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Posted 16 April 2019 - 08:50 AM

slf. Very confusing numbers. My clinic doesnt test anything but hcg at the end, because the other numbers fluctuate too much they said. I dont know, its confusing.

I had an ok day on Sunday. FElt good maybe 25% of the day and I was very happy. Then yesterday felt awful again.
I just feel like a waste of life. Dont want to do anything or eat anything healthy. Ive thrown up fruits and veggies more than anything else so far.

Also, more bloody in discharge again today. I thought that was done. At least I have the ultrasound tomorrow.

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.


#52 JayBee

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 12:13 AM

Hi ladies. Im also joining your group as the November group is pretty dead. Im due around November 25. Today I had my 8 week scan and we graduated from our fertility clinic. All the best tomorrow Amiee keeping you in my prayers.

Started trying naturally wtih OPK sticks January 2016 (first person in my family to have fertility issues, both sides)

Jan 2017 - started getting testing done with GP advised I have PCOS

April 2017 - referred to Gyno who did further testing and advised I do not have PCOS taught how to tempt and use clomid

Dec 2017 - First failed IUI

April - Aug 2018-  3 failed IUIs

Oct 2018- IVF - doctor said Freeze all as at a high risk for hyperstim

Nov 2018 - FET #1 and got my very first ever positive. 

Nov 30, 2018 - Beta #1 615

Dec. 7, 2018 - Beta # 2 9037

Dec 10 2018-  miscarriage  at 6 weeks. 8388.gif

March 10, 2019 - FET # 2 BFP

March 21, 28 & 31 2019 -  Betas with great numbers

April 16, 2019 - 2nd Ultrasoundeusa_pray.gif

Little Bean's due date - November 25, 2019

 


#53 Seems like forever

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 11:27 AM

Welcome Jaybee 😊

Good luck today Aimee. Praying you get a great report.

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#54 JYO

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 01:02 PM

Good luck today Aimee! Thinking about you 😊

Welcome JayBee!! Congrats on graduating from the fertility clinic!

#55 Aimeehug

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 01:54 PM

Hi Jaybee! Glad to see you joined.
Baby is definitely there and good heart beat and growing appropriately. BUT the SCH also seems to be growing. And shes not really sure why and she noticed a few abnormalities and is actually sending me for another ultrasound for a second opinion. So it was so reassuring to hear the good news but Im so nervous. And we were planning to go to Italy but now not sure if we can and we bought trip insurance but not sure if fit will allow us to Cancel for this.
My husband wants me to take time off work and Im so conflicted about that. It would be an inconvenience for a lot of clients and I took 3 weeks off in November

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.


#56 MissyBaby

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 04:59 PM

Hi all! Heres an update from my ultrasound today. We saw two gestational sacs (we transferred two embryos on march 23). One sac has a nice strong heart beat and the other is still pretty empty. It might be too early today at 6weeks and 2 days or it could be a vanishing twin. I have another scan in two and a half weeks. Hopefully the little one will surprise us then.

aimeehug: what kind of abnormalities did they find?

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#57 MissyBaby

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 05:01 PM

@aimeehug: today my family doctor gave me a note to stay home and rest for the next 3 months ... less stress may help in our situation. :)

Me (38) Mild PCOS

DH (42) Male Factor, Low Count due to un-descended testicle as a child.

 


#58 Aimeehug

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 06:40 PM

3 months! Was there a reason for that much time? Im going to reevaluate on April 29 when I get my next scan and See if I need more time. She said it looks like the SCH is growing. And then she wrote on the req for the ultrasound irregular gestational sac, ongoing PVB, ? Placental lakes. And then follow up viability.

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.


#59 MissyBaby

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Posted 18 April 2019 - 10:02 AM

Im just in distressed from my precious miscarriages. I found out I may have vanishing twin and that didnt help. He just wanted me to relax. It may sound silly but after so many miscarriages I get freaked out about everything.

Me (38) Mild PCOS

DH (42) Male Factor, Low Count due to un-descended testicle as a child.

 


#60 Aimeehug

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Posted 18 April 2019 - 12:27 PM

That makes sense. Take care of yourself and try to enjoy the pregnancy! I can imagine its hard with a history of miscarriages.

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.


#61 Esterk2002

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Posted 19 April 2019 - 08:54 AM

Hello ladies- i am also from November group but would like to join you! I still can’t believe that after 5 years of TTC and so much negativity and unsuccess i might actually bring a baby home this November.
Wishing you all good luck and all the best!
2018: 3 failed IUIs
January 2019 IVF+ ICSI+CCS: 24 eggs retrieved, 12 mature, 8 fertilized with ICSI, 6 biopsied and frozen blastocysts: 2 normals, 2 abnormals and 2 mosaic
FET #1 February/March 2019:
March 4- transferred one 5AA embryo - BFP (10dp5dt) Beta #1: 163 (11dp5dt) #2 (6 days later): 3099
April 2- 1st u/s: 6w4d, hb: 120 bpm
April 16- 2nd u/s: 8w5d, hb:167 bpm
April 17- embryo gender results: XY
EDD: Nov. 20th, 2019

#62 Aimeehug

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Posted 20 April 2019 - 08:37 PM

Hi esterk! Glad youre joining us!

Im feeling mildly better lately. Instead of being sick 95% of the time, it seems to be about 75-80% of the time. I hope that keeps getting better.
Im very worried we wont be able to go on our Italy trip. Its only a month away and weve done Barry any planning. Im not sure if we should just try to cancel the parts we do have booked or what. :/

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.


#63 soso43

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 06:52 AM

Hello and welcome new November mums! 

Missybaby, I hope you see a second heartbeat at your next ultrasound. 

Aimeehug, good you're seeing light at the end of the tunnel.

 

AFM, i had a very scary cramp 2 days ago, a contraction kind of cramp. my whole belly and my back were hurting. I went to bed, relaxed and it was gone the next day. It scared the $#% out of me, I was sure I was miscarrying. But there was no blood, not even spotting. Now 2 days later, my boobs are still sore and I feel my normal preggo self. I have my ultrasound on Friday so we'll know then for sure. 

Has any of you ever had sudden stomach and back pains? 


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


#64 Esterk2002

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 09:11 AM

I hope everyone had good easter long weekend! I am so nauseaus almost all day long. I am not throwing up but i feel like crap most of the day. I had to cook easter dinner on saturday and that was a torture. Fortunatelly i have a wonderful MIL who helped out a lot. The rest of the weekend i just spent on the couch ( i am exhausted!) - i felt like moving from the bedroom to the couch was already effort enough that deserves an olympic medal or something:)
Wednesday will be my last day of progesterone medications! Any ladies here who have done it before? Just quit cold turkey? Is there anything i should expect to happen?
Aimeehug- i travel a lot between europe and canada ( my family lives in Europe) and that flight is sooo long. I don’t want to go anywhere right now because i feel terrible. But they say it will get better after 12 weeks, so, lets hope you will have lots of energy by then and you can enjoy you trip!
Soso43- it’s very strange but every time i sneeze i get a cramp ( painful one). It lasts just for a second but it makes me not want to sneeze anymore.
Missybaby- i hope you get lots of rest and they have some good news for you on your next u/s!
2018: 3 failed IUIs
January 2019 IVF+ ICSI+CCS: 24 eggs retrieved, 12 mature, 8 fertilized with ICSI, 6 biopsied and frozen blastocysts: 2 normals, 2 abnormals and 2 mosaic
FET #1 February/March 2019:
March 4- transferred one 5AA embryo - BFP (10dp5dt) Beta #1: 163 (11dp5dt) #2 (6 days later): 3099
April 2- 1st u/s: 6w4d, hb: 120 bpm
April 16- 2nd u/s: 8w5d, hb:167 bpm
April 17- embryo gender results: XY
EDD: Nov. 20th, 2019

#65 Aimeehug

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 11:42 AM

So so -Ive definitely had some bad cramps that have been scary. No bleeding is good. And you still have pregnancy symptoms which is really good.

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.


#66 infertilesoil

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 12:12 PM

Well this is my second pregnancy with IVF and I can say with my first I cramped everytime with a sneeze or a cough @esterk2002. I chalked it up to the stretching of the uterus. It stopped as I got further along probably around the 9-10 week mark. I stopped my progesterone cold turkey with my last pregnancy and I was fine... Nothing was different, nothing changed. Your body amazingly just knows what to do.

I will say having been through this before I found symptoms came in ebb and flows somedays I would feel great and then the next I would feel multiple symptoms. Try not to worry too much I know it's easier said than done. And when they say every pregnancy is different it's truuuueee. This one is the exact opposite than with my son. The only symptoms I have are heaviness in the uterus and very mild nausea when I get hungry, cause who's kidding, pregnancy hunger is NEXT FREAKIN LEVEL *lol*.
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#67 Annababy79

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 01:41 PM

I want to join you ladies.

 

We transfered a 4BB embryo on April 2nd and our HCG was 422 at 11dp5dt and 7050 at 17dp5dt. We've had 4 previous MC's and we've never gotten to this point so we are super excited. We have our ultrasound on April 29th. 


October 2014 - MC

April 2015 - MC

October 2015 - IVF with fresh transfer of 2 day 5 embryos - BFN

February 2016 - FET of 2 day 5 embryos - chemical 

December 9 2018 - FET with 1 day 5 embryo

December 20 2018 - Beta 10

December 27 2018 - Beta 2

April 2 2019 - FET 1 4BB embryo 

April 13 2019 - th_abfp.gif HCG 422

April 19 2019 - HCG 7050

April 29 2019 - Ultrasound heart.gif 122

May 13 2019 - Ultrasound heart.gif 172

July 31 2019 - 20w ultrasound - Munchkin measuring 20w5d


#68 Esterk2002

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 02:39 PM

I want to join you ladies.
 
We transfered a 4BB embryo on April 2nd and our HCG was 422 at 11dp5dt and 7050 at 17dp5dt. We've had 4 previous MC's and we've never gotten to this point so we are super excited. We have our ultrasound on April 29th.

Welcome and good luck from another Olive clinic patient!
2018: 3 failed IUIs
January 2019 IVF+ ICSI+CCS: 24 eggs retrieved, 12 mature, 8 fertilized with ICSI, 6 biopsied and frozen blastocysts: 2 normals, 2 abnormals and 2 mosaic
FET #1 February/March 2019:
March 4- transferred one 5AA embryo - BFP (10dp5dt) Beta #1: 163 (11dp5dt) #2 (6 days later): 3099
April 2- 1st u/s: 6w4d, hb: 120 bpm
April 16- 2nd u/s: 8w5d, hb:167 bpm
April 17- embryo gender results: XY
EDD: Nov. 20th, 2019

#69 soso43

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 04:45 PM

Thanks ladies. I'll try and keep calm. Only 4 days to go before my ultrasound. Annababy, welcome, and I am happy for you it's going better so far. Your hcg level are quite high too! Multiples maybe? lol   fingers crossed for your ultrasound. 


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


#70 36andwantbaby2

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 06:46 PM

Hi all,

Im looking to join this group even though Im tentative about my pregnancy. Only six weeks and havent had an ultrasound yet. Its on Thursday.

I dont have many symptoms yet, but didnt for my daughter either.

To the person who has the high beta numbers that doesnt necessarily mean twins as my second beta was only 456 and I was carrying identical twins.

#71 Aimeehug

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 08:37 PM

Hello all. I also had high beta numbers and only a singleton visible on both my ultrasounds.

36-I know its hard to really feel pregnant. Im in another NOv DD group and people are talking about buying things and I think its way too early. Im 8w3d today. I thought the nausea and vomiting was getting slightly better but today was a tough day again. I slept most of the day just so I didnt have to feel it. Hopefully all the sleeping helps heal the SCH too.

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.


#72 Aimeehug

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 08:43 PM

Hello all. I also had high beta numbers and only a singleton visible on both my ultrasounds.

36-I know its hard to really feel pregnant. Im in another NOv DD group and people are talking about buying things and I think its way too early. Im 8w3d today. I thought the nausea and vomiting was getting slightly better but today was a tough day again. I slept most of the day just so I didnt have to feel it. Hopefully all the sleeping helps heal the SCH too.

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.


#73 soso43

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Posted 23 April 2019 - 06:46 AM

Welcome 36andwantbaby2! It's ok to join us even if you feel it's early. I am as early in my pregnancy as your are. I am 6 weeks and 4 days today and my ultrasound is on Friday. 


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


#74 Aimeehug

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Posted 23 April 2019 - 09:56 PM

I think Im losing weight. Im pretty sure youre not supposed to lose weight in pregnancy. For all the carbs Im eating and sleeping, you wouldnt think so. But I dont think Im eating enough and I throw up at least once a night. Im doing all the tricks, taking dickectin but still struggling. I think Im going to start drinking boost

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.


#75 Seems like forever

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Posted 24 April 2019 - 05:57 AM

Aimee I lost weight the whole time throughout both of my previous pregnancies. I ended weighing less the day before I gave birth compared to the day I got pregnant. The doctor said I was perfectly fine. Im also not a tiny girl either. Check with your doc of course but unless youre already underweight it should be too bad if you loose a couple pounds in the beginning.

With my daughter I was so sick I took 2 Diclectin before bed 1 when I woke up and 1 at lunch time. I also drank a lot of shakes because the idea of food was a major no go. If you start loosing a larger amount as to see a dietician. Thats what my doc did for me when I had my son. She made me a meal plan with lots and lots of super tiny meals so I got a decent amount of food but more importantly all the vitamins and good stuff I needed.

Me: 33DH: 38

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

TTC: 6+ years

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