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Thursday, August 30th 2018, 6:53pm

Sorry to hear both of your awful news ladies, hope you both get the strength and are able to try again I know it’s not easy esp after a miscarriage once you get that positive test your mind goes in to overdrive then all the plans and dreams you had for that wee baby are shattere, but your hurt will ease a little, sending big hugs to you both take care of yourselves [zx127]

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Thursday, August 30th 2018, 7:08pm

Thank you girls.i have learned on this journey your even after a posative test its not real till you get a heart beat on your scan

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Saturday, September 1st 2018, 9:43am

Your so right babydream it's so hard that even when it's a positive we can't enjoy it because we know too well that doesn't necessarily mean that will result with a baby and a lot of ppl don't understand why we don't get too excited at the positive result.

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Thursday, September 6th 2018, 8:37pm

Babydream have you had any follow up scans to ensure everything is gone?

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Thursday, September 6th 2018, 8:53pm

No havent had any scans every mc is diffrent and some times it takes longer for every ting to come out.last time it was quick gush of pink watery fluid then savk and clots a few hours later.this time i still havent had any clots or sack yet but i think i have ovulated yesterday some times your body absorbs it im not sick or any thing so il wait till my period and see what happens.how are you keeping?have you went for a follow up?

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Thursday, September 6th 2018, 8:59pm

I was supposed to but cutting a long story short I didn't stay for it. I'm sure everything will be normal enough as I have bled quite a bit.

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Thursday, September 6th 2018, 10:44pm

I know its awfull to miscarry as ive had 2 its much easyer to get a bfn.im sure you should be ik if you have alot of bleeding.hopefull your period should come back normal quick enough.miscarry is so commen and i dont know why it is sweeped under the carpet it should be talked about more so people can understand what to expect even for men as they are heart broken to and feel helpless as they have lost to.

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Friday, September 7th 2018, 3:07pm

Heartbreaking for everyone involved.

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Friday, September 7th 2018, 6:16pm

Can I ask guys, did you have an HCG trigger for FET? Xx



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Friday, September 7th 2018, 7:03pm

I never had trigger for fet

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Friday, September 7th 2018, 7:26pm

No to trigger. Thats only to bring on ovulation for egg collection so not needed for FET.

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Friday, September 7th 2018, 8:16pm

I have always had it in the past, clinic have just changed their protocol to not give it now, but consultant prescribed it for me anyway as have had it in the past and it worked. It also thickens the lining and gets the womb more ready apparently.

Babydream, I have only just seen, I am so so sorry, sending you so much strength xxx



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Friday, September 7th 2018, 9:24pm

Oh right. I'll bear that in mind. My first cycle was private but we had to suspend fresh transfer and went for FET instead. It took ages for my linning to thicken so they had to up my dose of tablets and also put me on patches

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Friday, September 7th 2018, 9:31pm

Thanks dusky.i had no idea trigger would help thicken the lining.i had progenova and progestaone for that.what did you have for fet in the past and when did you take the trigger im intresred in asken to try it as i only get to 8mm lining with a struggel.

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Friday, September 7th 2018, 10:57pm

I have always had the pill, 3 weeks Buserelin injections, 4 Progynova tablets, Ovitrelle HCG trigger shot (a week before) and Cyclogest pessaries. They did a small study and it showed that it didn’t change pregnancy rates, but said it wasn’t conclusive as wasn’t a big research study. As it isn’t detrimental I just wanted to do it, as it worked before.

Have you ever had a scratch? I haven’t but have seen lots of positive stories of them, I was too late this time but if it doesn’t work then will be asking for one next time.

Have you tried acupuncture? I really believe it is good to get the blood flowing to the uterus. Acupuncturist says to keep your feet warm too, and a warm hottie on your back/tummy. And who knows what else but I try pomegranate juice, Brazil nuts, lots of protein, milk, eggs, chicken, advocado. Lots of warm foods to nourish the womb, chicken soup, stir fries etc xx



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Saturday, September 8th 2018, 2:29pm

I have tryed the acupunture and reflexolagy and diden even get a bfp so not sure abour these for me i think their a waste of money which i could be saving towards another cycle.i got my bfps when just liven life as normal and not changeing any thing.i have wonderex anout the scratch but i thought it just helped with implantion.i am getti g bfps but i just miscarry at over 6 weeks i cant make it to my 7 week scan.im open to ideas form bfp to first scan.this seams to be my problem.

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Saturday, September 8th 2018, 2:52pm

What tests have you had hon? Xx



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Saturday, September 8th 2018, 7:59pm

Ive only had what ever ones you get before starting as we were told it was a swimmer problem.but i think their might be something else




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