Abennion- you said that you were having a March set up. What do you mean about that?
My fet protocol is to call on day 1 and have an US for day 3 and start estrogen and BAM onto fet about 13 - 16 days later
Oh and progesterone mixed in there.
Myshel- Our clinic likes to let you know a cycle in advanced before starting a protocol, go over procedure, and get payment set up etc;. We're also going to be doing an endo scratch during March's cycle, and that needs to be done the cycle prior to your FET.
Totally get it. Thinking back we did a one cycle prep but i thought it was because of the loss abd making sure everything looked normal.
That is exciting, when do you expect af? My clinic doesn't do any scratches.
Do you have PCOS? I only ask because you mentioned your cycle date changing, not because of weight. I think your bmi is fantastic, I wish I was that!
I saw your weight loss chart, good for you! How are you doing it, I have so much to lose, I gained a wack over the last five years trying and then the loss, I was to drop a bunch.
I don't have PCOS, just horrible lack of motivation to excersize.
I don't have PCOS, but my cycles were prolonged due to some rapid weight gain. I was having up to 42 day long cycles, whereas when I was a healthy weight I was having 28-30 days.
DH and I started Weight Watchers back in October. We've both been pretty diligent about using as few weekly points as possible. It's worked like a charm! DH is already at his goal weight, I've still got a ways to go, but I'll be so happy once its all off. And in all honesty, I usually can't stick to a diet plan at all, but my motivation was to give our remaining frosties the best chance in the best environment they could have. We don't really have the money for another round of IVF right now, so we've got to make the most of what we do have.
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