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Postby Shelley Hill » Thu Jun 08, 2006 6:37 am

Hi everyone,

I found this site this morning and am relived to see that most of my feelings are normal. Thanks to you all.

I have PCOS and DH had a vas about 15 years ago. This is our 1st attempt at IVF and ICSI (obviously there have been no trying years for us). We are now on day 7 of the 2 week wait. I have no idea what the pains, cramps indicate - is it good or bad?

Thanks to everyone for the honesty, I feel a lot better, roll on the 17th for my test.

Good luck to you all

Me 30 DH 47
Me PCOS. DH Vasectomy
June 06 IVF & ICSI - BFN
Aug 06 - 2nd IVF with ICSI - cannot pray enough!
Shelley Hill
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Postby k » Fri Jun 09, 2006 4:14 pm

Hi Shelley

Welcome to the site. In the 2ww, to be honest you can have lots of symptoms or no symptoms and it doesnt appear to mean a thing! (Judging from other's experiences on here).

I had no symptoms (other than dizziness?!) until the day before my pg test when I started with cramps. This carried on until I was approx 12 weeks pg and is quite normal during pregnancy apparently.

Wishing you all the best for your test! The waiting is hard I know. Just try and keep busy to keep your mind occupied. There are threads you could join on the general forum which will help you get through it as well.

Take care
Love Kim
Me 36 DH 33 Male factor due to chemotherapy. IVF\ICSI May 05 +ve.
Jenna Grace born 19.1.06 then natural BFP!
Nathan Alexander born 2.10.08
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Postby AuntyPebbles » Fri Jun 09, 2006 9:41 pm

good Luck
Me 42 ,DH 45 ...3 IVF's BFN
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