Tiggy huge good luck wishes for tomorrow sweetie hope your dreams come true
Carmela that this morning programme it wasnt a girl called Tracy Andrews was it hubby Darren and baby Tate.If it was then I met Tracy last Summer whilst doing my tx Anyway just a quickie from me as busy putting stuff on ebay
Just wanted to say a big congratulations to Country Girl, fantastic news on your twins. I must confess that you are my inspiration right now after 3 failed attempts and then a postivie at the ARGC, I am praying like made that I may follow in your footsteps You must be over the moon congratulations
GM Hope your IVIG went well Will catch up soon.
Thats all I can remember from the last thread, will do prop catch up soon.
Me, still jabbing and waiting for AF, now 1 week late
Anyone going to be at the argc next week? I may be joining you as rather annoyingly my consultant down here is on a holiday for a week However I must say I totally salute the ARGC today with there 59% success rate, what a fabulous achievment for them. Unbelievable really.
My DH's good friend's girlfriend had a baby yesterday morning. She got pregnant by accident and they had only been going out for a couple months. We met him at the pub last night to wish him congratulations and he spoke non-stop about the birth and the baby. I felt really down when we got home.
It's really hard as all the people we know got pregnant really easily - on the first month of trying!! I get really down whenever someome mentions that they are pregnant. Does anyone else ever feel the same way?
Trying - that sounds awful the hospital not testing the tissue. I don't think they realise how important things like, having a follow up ASAP and getting answers from tests which may give a clue as to what went wrong, actually are to us. Wishing you well
Aless - thinking of you
Juliet - nice to hear from you, hope you are keeping wel
Paranoid - so happy you got such good news about DH
Croc - hope your Hysteroscopy goes well today
Georgia - can't remember the mans name but the baby was Tate
Tiggy - wishing you very good news today
Just wanted to say hello to
Emmi, Tonga, Emma, Kitty, Joanna, Nikki, Emma Lou, Sophia, Flopsy and Megan who we haven't heard from for a while. I hope you are all doing well.
I know there are alot more of you and i am sorry for missing you out, as soon as i log off all the names will come flooding back to me.
Hear Hear Croc - I could not agree more with your comments about the HFEA. I wasted 4 goes with a clinic that did nothing to maximize my chances (regardless of the immune stuff). And to add insult to injury Mr T has told me that the more goes you have the less your body responds. I'm sure that I would have a couple of children by now if the ARGC had been able to work with my 34 year old eggs .
Thinking of you today, everything will be fine
Soulcyster - I really feel for you and yes I do feel the same, its like a punch to the stomach each time. Just about all my friends have now given birth to number 2 and of all my friends and colleagues that also had fertility issues I'm the only one left. I just try to tell myself that if I let it affect me too much I won't enjoy the other things in my life which would be a double blow. However we are all allowed to feel down and you wouldn't be "normal" if days like yesterday didn't hurt. You'll get there
Hi Carmela - It was a real blow and they have written about 6 letters to Mr T criticizing him for asking me to get the tests done - "expensive and proves nothing". How can a consultant be so ignorant of his chosen field?
Well still no AF for me - arghhhhh - don't want it for the bank holiday weekend as they are normally quite painful
Croc, good luck with the hister... (I can't even write the word in spanish...)
Trying, I had the tissue tested by ARGC but it was too late, since Mr.T was so busy that he only was able to operate me a week after the m/c and by then the results were inconclusive. My point is that may be Mr.T is way tooooooooo busy. Anyway. And I didn't know that the more you try, the less opportunities you have... Why is that? How depressing
Thanks, Carmela. Each day is a battle won, isn't it?
I will be at the clinic on next Thursday to see if I laid some eggs on my own
thanks for all your lovely wishes girls, just wanted to say that i'm thinking of you munnsy, hanging in there on 2ww - i really hope you're doing ok, not going mad and thinking lots of positive thoughts. sending you lots of luck.
i just wanted to add to soulcyster that it is completely understandable how you feel - i still haven't managed to see dp's sister since she announced she was pregnant and she is due in august... can't face it.... wishing you lots of luck and strength x
Just a quick note to say good luck to Tiggy. Fingers and toes crossed for you on this endless day of wait.
Aless, hope you are OK. Try not to get too angry, although I know it is impossible as we have all been there. Because the ARGC is so popular it can sometimes feel like they don't care but the most important thing is not that they care but that they give us the best treatment when we are cycling. It is difficult though as sometimes you feel like saying do you not understand how awful this is emotionally? We have the best in the world treating our bodies, we just need someone to help with our heads as well!!
Croc, hope you hyster thingy went OK and you got the result you wanted.
Countrygirl, I am so happy that everything is OK with your twins!
Been away to Devon for the last week so only just catching up on what's been going on. So sorry to hear the BFN's for Trying and Aless.
I just wanted to say hi to everyone and good luck to Tiggy today. I really hope that you get good news later today. x
Country girl - so pleased to hear everything is going well for you and your twinnies. Has it sunk in yet ?
Good luck to Audrey, GM and anyone else undergoing tx at the moment. Really praying everything works out for you all.
As for me, back to ARGC tomorrow morning for my 9 week scan, to see how bubbas are doing. Had my first GP appointment yesterday, and am actually seeing the midwife next Weds, so I suppose it is all starting to feel a bit real now. I can't wear most of our clothes already ! Did anyone else seem to balloon really early? I've put on half a stone already !! Still all in a good cause.