Just wondering,how many of us are starting cycles & doing late June/July/early August transfers?

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Just wondering,how many of us are starting cycles & doing late June/July/early August transfers?
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Sun, 05-22-2011 - 9:42pm
I know that myself, Lauren, now Ann and probably Pixie are all either in cycles or about to be. Just wanted to start a little list going so we can all keep track of each. I just got my schedule last week and now Ann has hers too, so here is a little chart for us all to keep track. Hope we are all ON TRACK to big fat BFP's this summer!!! Saffe(Rana) transfer donor embies on July 8, still just on BCP's for now, Start Estrace on June 17th Lauren transfer donor embies on ? , still just on BCP's for now( I think) Next step? Anne transfer DE near July 24th, starting Lupron on June 25th Pixie transfer DE around? , meds now? Ladies, feel free to copy and update this as needed. That was just the info I knew/could find easily. We are all on our way!!
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Carl (almost) 44
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Pixie- I'm so sorry that you are having to deal with this. I really feel for you! That has been the story of my cycle. I feel like things are completely disorganized on their part and I am the one who has to stay on top of things. I'm not sure if it's just the process of managing care between 2 clinics or if it's just the way different clinics are run.

AFM- We transferred 2 beautiful embryos this afternoon, they were still rated "exellent/good" and "good" qualities. By transfer time both were re-expanding and the "excellent/good" had started hatching out. The transfer went seamlessly, although it was a culture shock from our home clinic. Our previous transfers were done in the sterile surgical suite with the lab in the next room and DH wasn't allowed in. This transfer was done in an exam room (DH was with me) with lab on speaker phone and when the dr. told them she was ready they brought the embryos down the hall. The success rates are the same for both clinics, so I guess it doesn't matter one way or the other, it's just not what I expected. On the plus side, they routinely offer a bedpan for after the transfer when you have to pee so bad it feels like your bladder is going to explode but you can't get up yet because the embies are settling. Nice gesture, but no thanks =) Thanks for the well wishes, girls! I plan to start POAS on Tuesday (5dp6dt) so I will keep you updated!

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Lauren:

Grow embies, grow!

About me: A pixie in the city, 41, TTC#1 since May 2010, married 18 years.


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Yippee Lauren!!! FX for you BFP this cycle!!!! KUP.

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We are on our way! First injection of Lupron in coursing through my body as we speak!!!!! It seems like it's been forever since I've "done" anything medically for trying to get pg (February was my last IVF) but am so happy to day is finally here! 4 more nights of BCP and then those are done and soon, we'll go in for my first u/s (July 5)!!!

How everyone else doing? Lauren - you on bedrest? What does everyones dr. do for that? I know some do 48 hours of laying flat, some say just take it easy on the couch or some just say resume your normal schedule with restricted exercise, etc. Thoughts?

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So excited for you!!!

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Yay for injections! You are on your way!

AFM- The bedrest thing isn't really working out. The clinic that I went to just said to take it easy the day of transfer (which I did) and to resume normal activities the following day. I had planned on trying to hang out on the couch, but I was at home alone with DS on Friday, and today we had

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Lauren, have all flexible parts X for you that these are just the beginning of 9 months of pg symptoms!! I hope to take it easy for the better part of a week, but with no little ones at home it should be easy. Can't wait to hear your beta numbers so you can lead the BFP train! Is my transfer the next one or is kkingok before me? Mine is 7/8, as long as the u/s next friday goes well. I am getting really excited for ALL of us. Spring babies here we come!!!!!!!!
Rana 42
Carl (almost) 44
Never doubt the concept of a true soulmate until you have experienced. There is nothing like it.
Hoping to have our dream come true......... a child to raise together
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I finally got a tentative calendar pending donor's next AF which is expect 7/9.

About me: A pixie in the city, 41, TTC#1 since May 2010, married 18 years.


Diagnosed with/surgically removed endometrioma Aug 2010. Sept IUI #1=BFN. Nov IUI #2=BFN. Uterine polyp removed Jan. 2011. Jan 2011 IVF cancelled. No response. 2nd

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Rana- ET will be here before you know it! Think fluffly lining thoughts!

Pixie- I'm sorry your cycle is later than planned. It's so frustrating when a cycle gets held up.

AFM- I'm Pregnant!!! I POAS today (4dp6dt) and there was definitely a faint line! Here we go girls, start lining up the BFPs!!!

Lauren

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Lauren - WOOHOOO!!

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