- So sorry to hear that it didn't work out this time.
But, every cycle is different and the next one could mean a lot of excellent eggs! Definitely take some time to relax and do something fun! I will keep good thoughts for you and the next time being a charm!
- It's upsetting that the two remaining embies didn't make it for freezing. But, you're not going to need them! It will work this time and the two you got snuggled in will stick!
- Congrats on your fantastic Beta results! WOW, you ARE an inspiration to everybody who thinks their odds are just not that good. You overcame it all!
- See? We knew things will work out. Out of all your eggs you got 3 AWESOME little fighters that will stick to momma like glue!
Now that you're officially PUPO, take it easy! Relax and let nature do its job
- I don't think I congratulated you on twins yet.
Did I? That's awesome piece of news in either case and deserves repeated accolades
I hope your OHSS will finally subside soon. Did the RE say anything about when it's supposed to go away?
- I looked at your meds and you're right they couldn't have put you on higher doses. You poor thing, they were really pumping you up!
Well, it's all done now and you're having your ET today with 3 beatiful perfect embies to choose from. Wanna know how many you decided on transferring! Enjoy the Valium high, hehe
BTW, what is MORULA STAGE?
- That really sucks about them not calling you!
Any RE clinic should understand how we're living in this wait and how important it is to know all the news as soon as they are available!
Well, that aside, I hope your ET was very smooth and you transferred some great little embies
- What's the word on Beta?
- What's going on? When are the ET's?
- well, my right ovary seems to be on a mission and keeps popping out follicles (I said eggs last time - wishful thinking, I guess
). As of this morning I have 17 total follies. However, only 12 of them are probably going to be big enough by the time of retrieval (according to what tohavefun
said about a follie needing to be 16 mm to have a possible egg). I brought my Ganirelix to the RE office and they had me take it right there. Looks like my ER will be either Tuesday or Wednesday. All will be revealed on Sunday at my next US/BW. Apparently my endometrium is looking quite fluffy and snuggly at 13 mm (nurse said they hope for 8 usually). Here's keeping fingers crossed for all the follies to catch up to good sizes.
Someone said here that sometimes "they let the big one go". What does that mean exactly? What happens to the "big one" if it's let go?