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Typical LP length:
Re: TWW Wednesday 10/20
Typical LP length: 12-14 days
Testing: welp, took one last night b/c i dunno, was in my head.... BFN
R/R: i am getting mortgage licensed and woof, yesterday was day 1/4 of all day zoom classes. adult learning is hard. i actually worked from a local coffee shop all day which was a nice change of scenery, but i def blew like $30 on coffee/lunch/snacks. oops. but all so yummy!CS/Q: nada
@anniemarie887 Working in a coffee shop sounds nice but 4 days of Zoom learning sounds terrible Good luck getting through the rest of it!
CD/DPO: 15/3 (2?)
Timing: O, +1 (or -1, O)
Typical LP length: 11
Testing: Not planing to
R/R: I've been sick for what feels like weeks. Really looking forward to being able to breathe again! On the plus side I have the day off so slept in until 9:30 which feels like a miracle!CS/Q: Confused on an early O. I got a surprise + OPK on CD12 and FF called that O day, but I didn't test until 4:30 pm so I'm thinking maybe O overnight? I'll see what my temps do but I'm still just so surprised I feel like it didn't really happen. Also telling myself to expect a 12 day LP so I'm not disappointed by AF in case CD13 was O. On the plus side this cycle would be a full week shorter than my last which just means I'll get to next cycle more quickly.
Timing: EOD + IUI on O day
Typical LP length: progesterone, stopping now so hopefully AF soon
Testing: negative beta today
R/R: TW - possible early CP
Oct '21 somewhat improved AMH (.51) and significantly improved FSH (8.9). Maybe it's all the pills I swallow.
Dec -21, standard antagonist. 225menupur/225gonal-f/cetrotide/5000u trigger, AFC 5; 11 days of stims. retrieval yields 5, 4M, 2 reach day-6 blast (4AB & 4BB). 1 low-level mosaic (chr. 3 deletion), 1 complex abnormal.
Feb '22 FET (low-level mosaic): CP.
May '22 egg retrieval, lupron flare protocol. HGH priming for 1 month before stims; md lupron 20/20u daily; menopur 225, follistim 225, 10k trigger after 8 days of stims; AFC 10; 13 retrieved; 10 mature; 8 fertilized. All frozen at 2PN for later thaw, grow, and biopsy.
July '22 egg retrieval same protocol: 9 days of stims; AFC 8; 10 retrieved, 8 mature, 4 fertilized and frozen.
Sept '22 ER same protocol: AFC 10; 12 retrieved, 11 mature, 11 fertilized.
From the 3 retrievals, 7 survived to day 5-6 blastocyst, from which I have 2 normal embryos!
FET scheduled for Jan 20. Fully medicated, baby aspirin, dexamethasone, acupuncture, and as much woo as I can stand (which isn't very much). BFN.
@bows22 Sending hugs your way
Also, *TW MC*
I could still turn a test weeks after my MC when my HCG was in single digits. I agree that they are way too sensitive and can give false hope.
When I had my mc at 4w5d it was considered cp. I had a super faint line the day I got betas done and they were 5. These tests are definitely too sensitive. And that was a pregmate cheapie strip.
@bows22 Weird internet hugs to you friend ❤