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#51 *Rezza*

Posted 10 August 2010 - 11:37 AM

I am not up with the lingo these days - what does PUPO stand for  blush.gif

The Embryologist beleives that the Pregnyl helps with my egg quality - and he seems to have been correct because ever since I started to use it, the results have been a lot better.

Got a call from the clinic this morning, the other two embies weren't good enough to freeze, so this one on board is it.....................bit depressing out of 8 eggs - oh well, at least we got to blast which is a miracle.

#52 petal71

Posted 11 August 2010 - 09:05 AM

Rezza - PUPO = pregnant until proven otherwise - i.e., post transfer till BT.

Im sorry to hear that the other embies didnt make the freeze - it is really hard to hear I know when you hope that at least one will out of 8. But its good that the best one is on board, where it belongs and is hopefully digging deep as we speak!

Hope everyone's having a good week.

#53 GeraniumQueen

Posted 11 August 2010 - 12:20 PM

Hi Ladies,

I have opened a BG for you in the BG area original.gif

New BG

#54 Goldilocks123

Posted 04 December 2011 - 05:09 PM

Hi Girls,
I have just recently stumbled upon your group and i hope you don't mind me joining it? About 2 yrs ago i was diagnosed with extreme endometriosis. This year my partner and i decided to start a family, un-beknown to us how hard this would be. We tried to conceive naturally and after approx 10 months started OI. I don't know why my FS didn't recommend this to start with. It helped to take the guessing out of most of it however we have recently been told that my AMH levels are lower than normal and we have started the process with lodging our forms for IVF. After reading many of your stories, i honestly feel for you all. I think it helps to talk about it and if you can relate to others it's even better. You don't feel like the whole world is against you. Currently i'm in CD12 and i have my fingers crossed that it will happen this month and we won't need IVF. My partner is a very private person and struggles to deal with the fact it hasn't happened naturally. I feel like i've let him down because all the problems appear to be mine. He has had his boys tested and all is fine with him. I don't know what more i could be doing? Any suggestions? During conception how much rest is required? My job is fairly physical and i'm worried that that might have something to do with why it's not happening... So confused right now.

Please keep the updates coming, i'm loving reading your progresses

#55 indigo~

Posted 04 December 2011 - 07:53 PM

Hi Goldilocks, this is a really old thread. There's now a buddy group set up specifically for those of us with low ovarian reserves, so a good idea to head over there and introduce yourself!

It's under assisted conception -buddy groups - low ovarian reserve

Not sure if this link will work as I've not done it before on the iPad...


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