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I had EC on 30/04/08
I had ET on 05/05/08
I see other people using (for example) "3dpo" and "10dp4dt", but I don't understand what they mean, and I've used the search function about 10 times with no success. I'm a clutz  :-[

Thanks in advance!
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Hello!

DPO is days past ovulation - or, days past egg collection

DPT is days past transfer, so you 10dp4dt would be 10 days past a day 4 transfer - ie: 14 days post egg collection

You're not a clutz! It's actually like a language of our own, isn't it?

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Wow thanks! You're fluent!

So to confirm, if I had ET today, and EC last Wed, that makes me 5dpo and 0dp5dt.

And in algebra Xdpo = Ydp + Zdt  Is that right?  ^pray^
 

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Argh! Algebra you nutter! ^scared^  ;D

Yes, that's right on the figures, but on the algebra all you need to worry about is the Xdpo - it doesn't matter when transfer was really, apart from quality issues suggested by having blasts or whatever - the embryos are the same days old from conception - ie fertilisation.

So, you are 5dpo. Or Five? Dippy? Oh.

Good luck with surviving the two-week wait!

The algebra for that is: Xdpo + Ymadness = Zivfbonkers  :) It's like one of those sliding scales - definitely a climbing graph...

Good luck!

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You're a doll, and totally right. Screw the maths, and just worry about the 2ww.
Thank you.
Very good luck to you for everything coming your way!
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