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#176 Laura1976

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Posted 06 September 2013 - 10:57 PM

Agree, even though I rarely eat it with meatballs.

 

Agree or disagree - I could live off of one ethnicity's food.


ME 35 SO 32 TTC #1 since September 2008

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November 29/11 - Unexplained IF/Recurrent loss testing

Compliment C3 & C4 below acceptable range
LA Ratio DRVVT above acceptable range
Lupus Inhibitor demonstrated
Antiphospholipid IgG above acceptable range
Antiphospholipid IgM above acceptable range (more than double)


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IVF/ICSI #2 (with Intralipid therapy) January/February (Victoria Fertility Clinic)
BCP December 16 -29/11 & January 6 - 28/12
Vitamin D (2000iu daily) and Iron Supplement (Ferrous Gluconate 300mg daily) - Start December 24 until Dr advises otherwise, PregVit 5 (Starting January 12/11), Vitamin E (800iu daily) until Heparin begins (Starting January 14/11) Fish Oil (1200iu daily)
Superfact (0.5mg) - Start January 22/12
Dexamethasone (0.5mg) - Start February 4/12 until beta

After ER - Doxycycline (100mg), Estrance (2mg), Prometrium (200mg 3x day), heparin 5000 units (2x day), calcium (1500mg daily), low dose aspirin (81mg daily)
Intralipids - February 13/12 and day of ET
Neupogen Uterine Flush - Day of ER

February 2/12 - E2 35p/mol
February 4/12 - 300iu Gonal-F & 75iu Repronex
February 9/12 - U/S & E2 - RIGHT- 11, 9, 10, 19, 8, 12, 11, 10, 13, 6 LEFT: 12, 7, 10, 10, 8, 6, 5, 5 E2 2635

February 9/12 Gonal-F lowered to 225iu Repronex remains at 75iu
February 11/12 - U/S & E2 - Right 14, 10, 11, 12, 10, 13, 12, 12, 14, 7 LEFT: 11, 8, 10, 13, 9, 8, 8 E2 5610
February 13/12 - U/S an E2??? & Intralipid Therapy
February 16/12 - E/R 20 eggs, 17 mature and ICSI'ed, 3 left to fertilize by regular IVF
February 17/12 - Fert Report 16 fertilized by ICSI, 1 fertilized by IVF
February 20/12 - Neupogen injection
February 21/12 - Transferred 2 Blastocysts ( 1 x Grade 19 Early Blast, 1 x Grade 19 Expanded Blast) and Intralipid Therapy and Acupuncture

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#177 auroraB

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Posted 01 November 2016 - 12:26 PM

agreed!

 

agree or disagree- I could survive without social media


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#178 writegal416

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Posted 19 August 2017 - 08:41 AM

agreed!

 

agree or disagree- I could survive without social media

 

 

DISAGREE!  Food pic = instagram #nuffsaid

 

Frozen yogurt is better than ice cream.  Agree or disagree?


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Started Researching Surrogacy: August 2016

Found Embryos: November 2016

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Surrogate's  Second Transfer: October 2017 (one FET) - BFN

Surrogate's Third Transfer: December 2017 (double transfer) - BFN

 

Moving on to donor eggs...

 

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Surrogate's Fourth Transfer:  February 2018 - was to be a double transfer, but one did not survive thawing, so single transfer; First beta - 685!!!!!; Beta #2 - 1594!!!  eusa_dance.gif yahoo.gif

First ultrasound (at 7 weeks, 2 days): Heart rate of 154 bpm, measuring slightly behind (just under 7 weeks)

Second ultrasound (9 weeks, 1 day):  Heart rate of 170 bpm, measuring small (again) at a little under 9 weeks.  Basically, it is growing at a good pace, just small - UPDATE:  heart rate is 175 bpm according to an email from the clinic! 

Harmony tests show that we are low risk and we're Team babyboy.gif


#179 autumnmarie

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Posted 19 August 2017 - 11:38 AM

Disagree!!!!

Ben and Jerrys is better than Haagen-Das

Me: 33, DH, 35

 

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2015: the year of pills, shots, IUIs and an ectopic

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#180 Chil22

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Posted 19 August 2017 - 03:10 PM

Agree!

An aisle seat is better than a window seat on an airplane. Agree or Disagree?

#181 quandry

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Posted 19 August 2017 - 04:18 PM

Oh agree. Hate feeling blocked in at the window (unless it's an over seas flight then give me a window to sleep on).

It feels better to sleep in than go to bed early...

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#182 Mamasita204

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Posted 19 August 2017 - 11:46 PM

Agree! I can never go to bed too early.

Samsung Galaxy is better than an iPhone. Agree or disagree?

#183 mouse

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Posted 20 August 2017 - 09:37 AM

Disagree - sort of.  Neither are as great as they;re cracked up to be.

 

The book is better than the movie - agree or disagree?


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#184 autumnmarie

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Posted 20 August 2017 - 09:52 AM

Agree!

Waffles are better than pancakes, agree or disagree?

Me: 33, DH, 35

 

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2014: MMC

2015: the year of pills, shots, IUIs and an ectopic

2016: BFP, EDD 4/19/2017

 


#185 Chil22

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Posted 20 August 2017 - 04:43 PM

Agree!!

A cookie is better than a doughnut,agree or diagree?

#186 quandry

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Posted 21 August 2017 - 07:37 AM

Tough one.... but a good chocolate chip cookie...mmmmm. Yes! Agree.

Tiramisu rocks. Agree or disagree.

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#187 Chil22

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Posted 23 August 2017 - 03:34 PM

Agree!
Your first impression of someone you meet is usually correct- agree or disagree?

#188 Mamasita204

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Posted 23 August 2017 - 07:49 PM

Agree! ( Even though an article I just read stated that people sometimes make wrong judgements...I think I'm pretty bang on with my first impressions)

Coffee and donuts should always be provided at staff meetings- agree or disagree?

#189 Thisismyyear

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Posted 28 August 2017 - 11:37 AM

Agree!  add cookies and croissants too:) not a big fan of donuts.

 

Bridget Jones Diary (first movie) is the best chic flick ever...agree or disagree? 


Have been trying since 2014

First consult with Dr. in Feb 2016.  AMH levels at 5.37 pmol in Feb 2016.  Dr. switched clinics and my file got lost in transition.

Second consult with the same Dr. at a different clinic in Sept 2016.

First IUI in Oct 2016 - BFN

Diagnosed with hypothyroidism and DOR in Oct 2016

HSG in Jan 2017 - all fine

Natural BFP in Mar 2017 but no heart beat detected at US. Had to induce miscarriage in May 2017.

Starting my first mini IVF in September....

 

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#190 CdnHockeyGal

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 12:51 PM

Disagree.  I find Bridget insipid.  Sorry!  :(

 

Wine Wednesdays should be a thing...agree or disagree?


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#191 Awoyt

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 01:24 PM

disagree... beer is better!

 

A good action movie is better than a  romantic comedy!


TTC since Oct 2014

Feb 2016 - Dx MFJun

2016 - DH underwent surgery - no change

Dec 2016 - ER, 21 retrieved ICSI 8 fertilized 5 day embryos

Dec 2016 - first fresh ET BFN

Feb 2017 - 2nd FET BFN - clinic testing for auto immune - test all good

May 2017 - 3rd FET Beta came back 75, follow up BFN-chemical

Jun 2017 - 4th cycle cancelled due to cramping *Dr. thinks this could be the cause of failures*

Jul 2017 - natural cycle started *fingers crossed* transfer scheduled 2 Aug 2017

 

Positive Beta 14 Aug 17 - trying not to overthink everything!


#192 Mamasita204

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 09:58 PM

Disagree...I'm a sucker for love and laughs!

A paper book is better than an Ebook. Agree or disagree?

#193 CdnHockeyGal

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 09:46 PM

Situationally dependent?

Munchie Mix or straight cheesies?
It was long, awful & hard. We got very lucky and didn't run out of both emotional and financial resources. We saw some of the most beautiful of people in our lowest moments. Baby Girl arrived Apr 10/2018

#194 Mamasita204

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Posted 16 September 2017 - 05:26 PM

Munchie mix...I love the sun chips

Ivf.ca is the best therapy. Agree or disagree?

#195 Awoyt

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Posted 16 September 2017 - 07:56 PM

agree!... as long as my dog is lying next to me!

 

dogs are better than cats! (in every way possible)


TTC since Oct 2014

Feb 2016 - Dx MFJun

2016 - DH underwent surgery - no change

Dec 2016 - ER, 21 retrieved ICSI 8 fertilized 5 day embryos

Dec 2016 - first fresh ET BFN

Feb 2017 - 2nd FET BFN - clinic testing for auto immune - test all good

May 2017 - 3rd FET Beta came back 75, follow up BFN-chemical

Jun 2017 - 4th cycle cancelled due to cramping *Dr. thinks this could be the cause of failures*

Jul 2017 - natural cycle started *fingers crossed* transfer scheduled 2 Aug 2017

 

Positive Beta 14 Aug 17 - trying not to overthink everything!


#196 returnable

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 11:25 AM

Definitely disagree...they both have their pros and cons

Raspberries or strawberries?

#197 writegal416

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 12:40 PM

Raspberries.

 

 

Chocolate: milk or dark?


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Advised Not to Get Pregnant: Circa 1994 or 1995 (I was FIFTEEN!!!)

Married: August 2010

Started Adoption Process:  January 2013

Started Researching Surrogacy: August 2016

Found Embryos: November 2016

Matched with Surrogate: April 2017, all adoption put on hold (never matched with a child)

Surrogate's First Transfer: July 2017 (one FET) - BFP, but m/c or chemical (unsure, since second beta rose more than 60%, but third beta dropped)

Surrogate's  Second Transfer: October 2017 (one FET) - BFN

Surrogate's Third Transfer: December 2017 (double transfer) - BFN

 

Moving on to donor eggs...

 

New donor embryos available!!! Trying with them

 

Surrogate's Fourth Transfer:  February 2018 - was to be a double transfer, but one did not survive thawing, so single transfer; First beta - 685!!!!!; Beta #2 - 1594!!!  eusa_dance.gif yahoo.gif

First ultrasound (at 7 weeks, 2 days): Heart rate of 154 bpm, measuring slightly behind (just under 7 weeks)

Second ultrasound (9 weeks, 1 day):  Heart rate of 170 bpm, measuring small (again) at a little under 9 weeks.  Basically, it is growing at a good pace, just small - UPDATE:  heart rate is 175 bpm according to an email from the clinic! 

Harmony tests show that we are low risk and we're Team babyboy.gif


#198 CdnHockeyGal

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 08:48 PM

Dark.

Netflix or HBO?
It was long, awful & hard. We got very lucky and didn't run out of both emotional and financial resources. We saw some of the most beautiful of people in our lowest moments. Baby Girl arrived Apr 10/2018

#199 Mamasita204

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Posted 22 September 2017 - 09:09 PM

Netflix.

Caffeinated coffee can easily be substituted by Decaf coffee. Agree or disagree

#200 CdnHockeyGal

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Posted 24 September 2017 - 07:39 PM

Disagree - frankly that's a disturbing statement. LOL

It's inspiring to finally see the NFL take a leadership position on protecting their players.
It was long, awful & hard. We got very lucky and didn't run out of both emotional and financial resources. We saw some of the most beautiful of people in our lowest moments. Baby Girl arrived Apr 10/2018