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Old Jan 9th, 2018, 18:14 PM   2871
amanda1235
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Klik, thinking of you! Hoping youíre doing well!



 
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Old Jan 10th, 2018, 13:20 PM   2872
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Thinking of you too klik, I miss chatting with you! Update when you've got some time I hope the new protocol improves the lining issue and you're able to move forward with your next transfer!



 
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Old Jan 10th, 2018, 13:44 PM   2873
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I miss you, too klik!! Hope your having a great start to the new year!!



 
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Old Jan 10th, 2018, 14:09 PM   2874
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ditto ditto, klik!!



 
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Old Jan 10th, 2018, 17:33 PM   2875
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Same here! I hope youíre doing well, Klik!



 
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Old Jan 12th, 2018, 13:10 PM   2876
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Hey guys! After a lot of mis-timing things in November and December, we finally got on track this month. I took clomid 50mg days 5-9 and I triggered last night. Tomorrow morning is my first IUI for baby #2!

I am excited and scared. DH's sperm count is very low and his morphology is 0 (which means he barely has any normal shaped sperm). His counts have been around 7 million and that's before they wash it

Hopefully his numbers come back decent tomorrow morning. I have three mature follicles to work with so I am a little optimistic.

Anyone else's dh's have poor sperm quality??



 
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Old Jan 13th, 2018, 01:01 AM   2877
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Hope! Itís great to hear from you! Thatís great that you are TTC again! No experience with male factor fertility issues, but I wants to wish you th best of luck!!

Wish & Scooby are getting close!



 
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Old Jan 14th, 2018, 03:58 AM   2878
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Hope - good luck!! Same as Disney, all of our problems were me. but Iíll be keeping out lots of hope for you!! FXíed!!



 
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Old Jan 14th, 2018, 06:50 AM   2879
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Hey hope! Good luck! So my husband has a count of pretty much 0, hence us needing a donor, so unfortunately Iím not much help there either.



 
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Old Jan 14th, 2018, 12:11 PM   2880
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Dear women,

you are NEVER far from my thoughts, even when I disappear!

Wish, IIRC you are due tomorrow!!!!! Good luck!!!! Above all, health to you and the boys, but besides that I wish you as easy a birth as possible. I'm so excited for you!!! Massive -- you must be so anxious and so excited!!!

Scooby: thanks! I'll check out your journal to see how you're doing--you must be due soon!!!

Disney: thank you, my dear! Gosh, I need to check out that FB page--I'm curious to see what you and your girls are up to!

Amanda: hi! I hope you and DH and baby B are doing great! Again, need to check out that FB page...

Boopin: thinking of you and sending you ! I'll check out your journal in a minute, too!

Hope: wow, that is exciting! My DH's sperm is all good... I do know some women whose partners have sperm issues... Sometimes antibiotics help... Sometimes selenium... sometimes abstinence from alcohol, though funny enough sometimes when these same guys go back on the booze their sperm is better (maybe just relaxing a bit helps...) Either way, it worked once, so I'm really hoping it will work this time!

AFM: I spoke to a doctor who specializes in uterine scarring and he said given my history (thinner lining now than before m/c, lighter periods), it's worthwhile doing a hysterosalpingogram with an awesome technician--that it should pick up more issues of subtle adhesions than a saline sonogram can. It was very interesting, as it was a difference of opinion from my usual doctor here in the UK. So, if the HSG shows nothing, I'll just have to accept that thin linings are my new normal and that is that... if it shows something, I'll have a hysteroscopy and this new doc will try to sort out the adhesions for me. So, that does mean even more of a delay...

We did have a bit of excitement, though... this current cycle, which is about to end, we couldn't do an FET because I ovulated while the lab was closed for the holidays. So we tried naturally... and I had a chemical pregnancy. I'll never know if it failed because it was a bad embryo, because my lining is dodgy, or because I wasn't producing enough progesterone to save the embryo from being shed along with the lining (I gave myself huge doses of progesterone when I found out, but it would have been too late by then...) So I was really sad for a while, but right now I am grateful that I can at least still make eggs that can be fertilised and implant, and that my lining can at least allow them to implant... It's a good sign! I hope it portends good things for 2018!

to all! I need to go for now but will try to check out those journals soon!

Wish and Scooby, thinking of you and your boys!!!



 
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