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The chances are, if you are trying to conceive you have become familiar
with this acronym very quickly. The dreaded 2-week wait is without doubt the
longest phase in human history.

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I knew with all 8 of my pregnancies. Burping is the dead giveaway that I'm pregnant, without a fail, every single time, if I start burping around the time I'm due - then I'm knocked up. However this may not be a good thing considering, I'm yet to hold a living breathing bubba in my arms. Maybe the time I DON'T know I'm knocked up and then later find out I am will deliver me a viable pregnancy, who knows, I don't anymore.

I wish your friend Lynn, a visit from a thousand BFP fairies who deliver good news to her, along with lots of sticky baby dust.
With DS1 I just did a test because i was going out that weekend and wanted to know weather I could drink or not, with DS2 I had major sore boobs and tested a day or so before AF was due and got a + straight away, this time around however, (month 5 of ttc) I have done soooo many tests its stupid, I am also over analyzing every single symptom which of course has turned out to be nothing but my imagination, this month however ive decided to not let it consume my life and not do any tests at all until after AF is due. well im telling myself that anyway!! lol

I knew two days after having sex that I was pregnant, so I went out and bought a home pregnancy test, worked out what day it would be accurate (6 days before due date) circled that date on the calendar and then waited.
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Hi, thought about this today. I was taking a quality pre natal multivit, separate vitamin C, Vitamin D, Omega 3.  I wanted to improve my egg quality before the next cycle and thinking about taking Q10 and Inositol. Well, our doc assured us that mitochondria donation is just the option for us with our very case. So we followed her recommendation. They stimulated the egg donor. Then when time came, took some healthy mitochondria from her eggs and added them to mine. This was aimed to ''refresh'' my eggs. to supply them with more energy needed fro the fertilization and embry growth. My question is, does anyone recommend anything else? Does anyone benefit from upping their protein for example? (I don't eat very much meat - twice a week.  I do like sweet things, chocolate  and breakfast cereal etc and only have decaf coffee once a day! I guess I was blaming myself. But have always been the correct weight for my height. Also my dh took a multivit and Vitamin C. So if anyone has a thing to share, please do. This always helps much to know you aren't alone.
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Ladies. This is just the thing every struggling woman has to go through. I know perfectly well how all that waiting gets on you and loving people around you. You must be doing all those wise things: eating healthy food, going on with work though it's sometimes unbearable to concentrate.. I did the same when the time came. And must say I really felt better and full of strength.
To support you in your waiting I'll tell you my story. I was in case of endo, some additional issues, no male infertility. Don't know why it happened so, but we made several haste decisions following the wrong advice. These were failed rounds of IUI. We then switched clinics by the time we clarified the whole situation. At our new clinic we were told straightly we wouldn't do it with my eggs. That was a great bewilderment for us, but we were thankful the staff for the truth with no intention to loom our money out on IUI, ICSI, whatever. I just felt you need some reassurance now. May only the best come into your life!!
Just wanted to drop in to wish you the best of luck. Treatment path is really tough. We are already on another side but it still feels like it happened yesterday. We travelled abroad and booked 5 att. package with guaranteed refund. That time me - 37, dh - 42 just needed that confidence..Looking back we have nothing to regret about - all waiting and struggling was worth it. I will be praying for this year to be successful for you.
We passed ivf treatment in Ukraine. It was 5 shots package for 10k All meds and services included into the price. In case of failure we could have all money back. Looking back, should say not a single euro to regret about. The whole process was really worth it. We were fast successful.
Also remember! Any result is really precious!! It helps with further investigation and more successful outcome. Moving further whatever happens - is the only important thing.
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Hi, thought about this today. I was taking a quality pre natal multivit, separate vitamin C, Vitamin D, Omega 3.  I wanted to improve my egg quality before the next cycle and thinking about taking Q10 and Inositol. Well, our doc assured us that mitochondria donation is just the option for us with our very case. So we followed her recommendation. They stimulated the egg donor. Then when time came, took some healthy mitochondria from her eggs and added them to mine. This was aimed to ''refresh'' my eggs. to supply them with more energy needed fro the fertilization and embry growth. My question is, does anyone recommend anything else? Does anyone benefit from upping their protein for example? (I don't eat very much meat - twice a week.  I do like sweet things, chocolate  and breakfast cereal etc and only have decaf coffee once a day! I guess I was blaming myself. But have always been the correct weight for my height. Also my dh took a multivit and Vitamin C. So if anyone has a thing to share, please do. This always helps much to know you aren't alone.

Thanks for this post.
My first ivf failure ended with early miscarrage. Though I wasn't ready for this outcome. We changed the clinic. During the course of treatment we're engaged with many different specialists. At times, it may feel unsettling to feel passed from one pair of hands to the next. And we may wish for greater personal attention. That's true unless you still feel confident with the place you are with. Any result needs editional studies. I strongly believe they'll do improvements for your next step..
How are you doing these days, hun??
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