October Infertility POAS

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Post # 496
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Busy bee

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@DogsAndWine:  oh no I am sooo sorry to hear this 🙁 Sending you all the virtual love and hugs I possibly can. I hope that a new clinic will be able to give some insight ♥️

Post # 497
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Busy bee

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@Cheekie0077:  thank you so much!!! 

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@KittyYogi:  so happy you guys did the back up sperm and that you are starting off with 28 fabulous mature fertilized eggs!!!! Hoping for some beautiful embryos for you so you can get the transfer train rolling!! 

Post # 498
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Bumble bee

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@KittyYogi:  yay that’s a great report!!  They should recommend frozen sperm just in case!  I wonder how often it happens…

Post # 499
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Bumble bee

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@piscesinsc:  
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@piscesinsc:  Thanks everyone. As disappointing as it is, I’m glad to be out of limbo. I had been expecting bad news and it’s nice to not have to hold my breath every two days awaiting a call. My poor husband is such an optimist though and he doesn’t spend hours poring over fertility stuff the way I do. He thinks that because it went up that’s still good 🙁 

I am wondering what we will do with our frozen embryos when we switch though- has anyone done that? How do they go from one freezer to the next? 

Post # 500
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

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@DogsAndWine:  I’m so so sorry ❤

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@sunsetsnmargaritas:  I’ll find out my protocol when I start everything on Sunday. The plan is to do a frozen transfer the month after

Post # 501
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

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@KittyYogi:  awesome fertilization report! Fingers crossed for blasts

Post # 502
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Busy bee

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@DogsAndWine:  I’m so very sorry. Sending virtual hugs! As far as transferring embryos, there are companies that do it for approx 200 in NYC or you can bring them in a liquid nitrogen canister yourself. Again, I’m so sorry!

Post # 503
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

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@DogsAndWine:  I’m so sorry your betas didn’t go well today, I hope you can find a new clinic and some answers.  We recently transfered our embryos from NYC to CT and used fertilitycouriers.com.  They take care of the transport once both clinics consents are all set, let you know the date that the move will happen, then let you know in real time when your embryos are picked up and dropped off.  

Post # 504
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Busy bee

What do you officially count as your BFP? Today is definitely darker than yesterday, but im not comfortable saying “I’m pregnant” yet. It’s still soooo early, I keep telling myself I need it to be dark enough that I can hand the test to someone outside of the infertility world and they’d consider it positive lol

Post # 505
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

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@DogsAndWine:  I am so very sorry to see your update. Sending you virtual hugs, healing prayers and thoughts.  I hope all goes better at your next clinic. Please be good to yourself! 

Post # 506
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Busy bee

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@BeepBopB00p:  you’re officially pregnant right now. Yes it’s early but pregnancy is a binary state, you either are or you aren’t. If you’re asking what milestone should you be more comfortable it’s up to you, betas from the clinic, your six week ultrasound, etc. Either way Congrats!!!!

Post # 510
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

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@BeepBopB00p:  that’s definitely positive and I’d say you’re pregnant right now, but i totally understand the hesitation to embrace the idea of being pregnant.  I personally didn’t really embrace it and feel comfortable saying it outloud until after the first trimester.

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