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June 2WW's #4


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#1 Jahbee

Posted 14 June 2005 - 10:26 PM

New thread time.

June 2WW BG

IUIers
•     Stilltrying (Roz): IUI#5 (double) 21 and 22/5, BT 7/6  
•     Soniq: IUI #2

IVFers
•     Smiles: IVF/ICSI #2, ET 25/5  
•     s_m (Steph): IVF/ICSI #2, EPU 25/5, BT 11/6  
•     Niphredil (Mel): IVF#2, EPU 26/5
•     6749: ICSI #3, natural cycle, BT 12/6  
•     Mum2Lara (Cathy): IVF#1, EPU 8-10/6
•     Flick: IVF/ICSI #1, SIVF, EPU 10/6 - freeze all cycle
•     Tracy: IVF#1, SIVF, EPU mid-June
•     Simi: IVF #3, stimming now
•     Tintin78: IVF#1, RPA, EPU 20/6
•     Belleshel: Donor IVF, flare cycle, EPU 6/6
•     k&s: IVF#5 bt 11/6/05  

PGDers
•     mum2brodie (Felicity): IVF/ICSI with PGD, EPU 6/6  (canc.)  
•     Kirril: IVF/ICSI#1 with PGD, BT 20/6
•     Sheree: PGD Flare cycle, Concept, starting 8/6
•     Brighton (Sarah): IVF#1 with PGD, SIVF, EPU 17/6

FETers
•     Ratbag: FET (with IUI) week of 23/5
•     Alichris (Ali): medicated FET, 25/5, BT 6/6  
•     Robby1: HRT FET 28/5
•     Alisona: FET, SIVF, 5/6
•     ckrmum (Helen): medicated FET, 8/6
•     Milk&coffee: medicated FET #1, 8/6. BT 19/6
•     Firniby: medicated FET #1, 9/6
•     Salval(Karen): medicated FET
•     Lifesgood: FET #1
•     WannaBMum (Michelle), Fertility First Sydney

GIFTers
•     Raisin74 (Suzi): GIFT #1 - p/poned til July


Good luck everyone!

#2 Guest_ckrmum_*

Posted 14 June 2005 - 11:00 PM

Has anyone heard from Mel or Kat?  
I hope they have good news to share.

Cheers,
Helen.
DS 22/4/04.
TTC#2 - 6dp5dt - b/t 18/6.

#3 Jubilant

Posted 15 June 2005 - 09:39 AM

I was wondering the same thing.  I hope they are ok.

#4 ratbag

Posted 15 June 2005 - 09:41 AM

me too!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ratty
MF and a tardy endometrium
TTC#1 - 4xICSI, 2xFET and 1xIUI
Happening now - IUI 27/5 and Blast FET 6/6
BT 16/6

#5 Niphredil

Posted 15 June 2005 - 11:55 AM

Sorry i couldn’t get back online til now, i feel awful for making you all wait!

I  rang my doctor at about 1pm and the receptionist told me that my file was with the doctor and she was going to ring me back to talk about it - so i immediately thought hmmm not good.

Waited and waited and waited, and after ringing again, she eventually rang back at 5!

BFN sad.gif

She was so nice about it and apologetic that i almost started blubbering on the phone, but managed to keep myself composed til i hung up.

I was expecting it, but it still hit me kinda hard - telling DH was the worst, but he took it well and we’ve started talking about options again…

Hoping to see some BFPs when i check in again - good luck!

Mel

#6 ratbag

Posted 15 June 2005 - 11:56 AM

oh noooooooooooo mel. I'm so sorry  sad.gif

#7 milk&coffee

Posted 15 June 2005 - 12:15 PM

Oh Mel.  So sorry to hear your news.  IKWYM about considering your options.  That's all you have left to hold onto once you get the news of BFN.  I hope the next few days pass quickly for you.



Me 31
DH 29
PCOS
TTC#1 Dec 03
5 x Clomid
1 x IVF#1 BFN
FET#1 - 2"Snow Bubs" on board
B/T 19/6

#8 67492

Posted 15 June 2005 - 12:24 PM

Oh Mel - so sorry. It just sucks.I am still in recovery mode.Look after yourself.
What is wrong with this sad sad month people!! Lets turn it around - come on BFPs!!!!

#9 The_old_me

Posted 15 June 2005 - 12:27 PM

Oh Mel I'm so so sorry. Dammit.  sad.gif sad.gif

#10 Guest_ckrmum_*

Posted 15 June 2005 - 12:51 PM

Mel, I'm so sorry. It's just not fair is it? I really thought that you'd get the positive, the first one for the month.

Thinking of you during this sad time. Take care.

Helen.

#11 Guest_ckrmum_*

Posted 15 June 2005 - 12:53 PM

C'mon Kat, please give us some good news .......

#12 squirt70

Posted 15 June 2005 - 01:58 PM

Mel, I'm really sorry.

Karen

#13 Darkchylde

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:04 PM

Sorry guys BFN here sad.gif





Kat
Me 30 DH 35
2x DD
MF
TTC 3yrs
IUI#2

#14 magicmummy

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:08 PM

Mel and Kat...I'm so sorry to hear your news.
Big hugs.
Fxx

#15 squirt70

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:12 PM

Kat, I'm sorry too. June is turning out to be a really awful month. Take care

Karen

#16 milk&coffee

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:14 PM

Kat - so sorry.  Please take care.

Me 31
DH 29
PCOS
TTC#1 Dec 03
5 x Clomid
1 x IVF#1 BFN
FET#1 - 2"Snow Bubs" on board
B/T 19/6

#17 milk&coffee

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:22 PM

To all the professional HPTers, I really need your help/advice.  I did an ultra sensitive HPT about 1/2 hr ago.  After 5 mins there was nothing, but after 10 mins there's a line.  It's faint but it's there.  I've looked at it under every different light available to me and it's there.  It's not getting any darker.

So my question is can it be inaccurate because of the fact that the line only appeared after 10 mins and not 5.  BTW I've had no HCG shots at all this cycle.  Only progesterone pessaries for LP.

Oh please, please, please, let if be a BFP.

As if this 2WW is not torture enough.



Me 31
DH 29
PCOS
TTC#1 Dec 03
5 x Clomid
1 x IVF#1 BFN
FET#1 - 2"Snow Bubs" on board
B/T 19/6

#18 ratbag

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:31 PM

sorry kat - it that s*cks big time.

#19 Guest_ckrmum_*

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:34 PM

Oh Kat I'm so sorry. I was really hoping that you would have good news to share with us all. Take care and know we're all here thinking of you.

Helen.

#20 Guest_ckrmum_*

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:36 PM

So who is next to test?  I'm on Saturday ... anyone before me?

Helen.
DS 22/4/04.
TTC#2 - 7dp5dt - b/t 18/6.

This message was edited by ckrmum on Wednesday, 15 June 2005 @ 2:37 PM

#21 ratbag

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:37 PM

I'm tomorrow!

#22 The_old_me

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:40 PM

Kat oh no, I am so sorry.  It's just NOT fair.  :mad: Take care. xox


M&C a wise girl or 20 on here told me, begged me, to stay away from the evil wee sticks!  LOL.  But now you've done it, I can tell you that a) I really really hope it's a definite line and that you've got a little passenger in there, and B) the only way to be sure is test again on Friday because HCG doubles every 2 or so days so the line should be stronger or even come up quicker by then.
I know it's hard not to, sorry, but you really should read the result only within the time frame the test allows and not after.... you can get a false +ive by reading the test after this time.  In saying that, I hope it's just taking its time coming up because the hcg levels are still low! GL for your beta.

#23 Guest_ckrmum_*

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:41 PM

Oh Ratty, keeping my finger's crossed that you change this run of bad luck that this thread's been suffering of late from. How are you feeling?  Have you tested?  Have you gone mad yet? LOL.

Good luck girl!!!!!

Cheers,
Helen.
DS 22/4/04.
TTC#2 - 7dp5dt - b/t 18/6.

This message was edited by ckrmum on Wednesday, 15 June 2005 @ 2:42 PM

#24 ratbag

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:49 PM

QUOTE
Have you gone mad yet?


yep totally!

#25 Guest_ckrmum_*

Posted 15 June 2005 - 02:53 PM

I can so totally relate.

I even almost gave in and thought about testing. Anyone that knows me knows my strong stance on not testing beforehand so that was a giveaway that this particular 2ww is driving me crazy. Oh well, only three more sleeps ... hope DH doesn't commit me before this, lol.


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