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August 22nd, 2012, 11:00 PM
Sarah:Marie:IVF:Mommy's Avatar Proud mom of Leiland
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I was on a few months or so ago but haven't been on lately. My previous DC moved to a FB group and its just so much easier to go on there to post. I will try to visit more often.

DH and I are planning round 3 of IVF for this fall/ winter time frame. It will be our first cycle with a FET and I have 12 frozen embryos all of great quality. I have no idea what I am doing though.

Not sure how many eggs to put back in, how the defrost process goes, how the medications/ procedures go. I just feel a tad bit lost in this next attempt.

DH has been deployed the last 3 months, and I just started getting my period regularly after finishing nursing for 14 months. We are both ready to ttc again and praying it works as smoothly as it did the last time. The eggs that are frozen are all from the batch when we had Leiland (currently 15.5 months old).

Anyway just wanted to say hi again. I will try to jump back into posting again and lend support where I can. I feel so out of the loop right now.
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August 23rd, 2012, 12:47 PM
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Hi Sarah!!! I'm new to this board since you've been gone, I'm on BCP to start my first IVF cycle in September. Best of luck to you and your FET!!!
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Me 40 DH 42 with an amazing 15yo DS
TTC #2 NTNP starting in 2009
actively TTC (BBT and OPKs) 2011
natural BFP Feb 2012, ending in mmc Apr with d&c in May
IVF Sep 2012, 4 eggs retrieved, 2 mature, 1 fertilized, but showed abnormal
growth, so not suitable for transfer
Nov 2012 IVF take 2 = 3 embryos, but due to concerns with lining unable to transfer
Jan 2013 endometrial biopsy = normal
Mar FET transferred 2 beautiful embryos, but unfortunately BFN
moving to donor eggs fall of 2013
Septemeber 30, 2013 - surprise BFP while waiting for DE
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August 23rd, 2012, 02:20 PM
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Hi Sarah!!! I just started posting again too! I started a thread in TTC by IVF for Sept/Oct if you want to post over there too. Even if you are a little later than that.

Anyways it looks like we are on very similar schedules. My little guy is 18 months old and was an FET baby actually. We did another fresh cycle in March that ended in an early m/c so we will be doing another FET in more than likely October.

FETs are soooo much easier!! My RE uses the Lupron protocol. So he basically gears your body up to O and then uses medication to suppress Ovulation and then tricks your body into thinking it O'd and does the transfer according to that time frame. It is alot less invasive, alot more flexible, and overall WAYYYY easier! As far as thawing and how many to transfer my RE gives a 50-60% survival rate for the thaw...that is exactly what we had last time. 5 of 9 survived last time... One quit developing and was not doing well so we transfered the remaining 4. Out of those 4 we had a 10 cell grade 1, 2 9 cell grade 1s, and an 8 cell grade 2. We were originally pregnant with twins, but one baby was an early loss and never actually developed. Idk if that helps you at all or not! Sorry for rambling.
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September 20th, 2012, 12:25 AM
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Thanks Alicia. I met with my re today and he wants to defrost 4 of my 3 day embryos and let them mature to day 5 blasts and transfer then. I started spotting today so we are going to be starting meds this weekend. I'm anxious but excited. I'm pretty sure we will put 2 in though. We are now moving cross country so I'm praying for no losses if this works.
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September 20th, 2012, 09:27 AM
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Good luck!
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IVF #1 (september 2012): 11 eggs, none fertilized, no transfer
IVF ICSI #1 (may 2013), 1 blastocyst: (m/c 7 weeks )
FET #1 (october 2013), 1 blastocyst:

IVF ICSI #2 (april 2014): 5 eggs, 4 fertilized, 2 bad quality embryos, no transfer
IVF ICSI #2.1 (coming soon)
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November 18th, 2012, 03:53 PM
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Sounds like you're way more together than you give yourself credit for. As for FET, i've read some IVF stuff recently that actually suggests that those embryos that survive the thawing process are the strongest, and as such have a higher chance of being successful. Without FET, the embryologist has to figure out which are the strongest, and best to implant.

Not sure if this helps at all, but best of luck to you!
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November 21st, 2012, 06:07 PM
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Well 4 thawed 2 made it and transferred. 1toom but failed to develop and now im miscarrying at 8 weeks.
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November 28th, 2012, 08:19 AM
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Sorry Sara...
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Me (43) DH(33) 12 years together - ttc our first together-I have 14yr old DS
Cycles 1-6 = BFN
Cycle 7 SA results abnormal morphology 2%, 50 mg clomid = BFN
Cycle 8 sonogram normal 50 mg clomid + trigger = BFN
Cycle 9 SA results abnormal morphology and motility. Count 200 mill, 100mg clomid + trigger = BFN
Cycle 10 natural = BFN
Cycle 11 hsg tubes clear, natural + trigger+IUI = BFN
Cycle 12 repronex + trigger + 2 IUI = BFN
Cycle 13 natural ovaries to stimulated for more meds = BFN
Cycle 14-22 natural cycle with Acupuncture and planning ivf/icsi/DE = ALL BFN
Cycle 23 Clomid 50 mg & Progesterone = BFN
Cycle 24 Natural = BFN
Cycle 25 BCP, SA result 7% morphology = BFN
Cycle 26 BCP and Lupron preparing for IVF
Cycle 27 IVF Acupuncture, DE Retrieval April 7, Transfer April 12 =
7 eggs retrieved, 3 fertilized, 2 transferred - zero snow babies
BETA # 1 16DPO or 11dp5dt = 569
BETA # 2 19 DPO or 14dp5dt = 1078
BETA # 3 22DPO or 17dp5dt = 2414 TWINS!
BETA # 4 30DPO or 25dp5dt = 12,685 6weeks 3days 2 heartbeats! 114 & 116
Clayton and Colton Born @ 34 weeks 11/22/13
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