Ooh yes, justkeeptrying! No operations would be best!
Amos, my specialist had me test until 12dpo with a sensitive test such as an FRER. If I still had a negative then I could stop the meds.
Apparently, the later you get a bfp beyond that time (with a sensitive test) the more likely it is that the pregnancy is not viable and will end in miscarriage.
In much happier news, a doppler arrived in the post for me this morning from a bnb friend. I found the heartbeat I have to admit that I am rather excited to see Mr S again soon as I hope he will say we made it out the other side of the critical phase and this one is a keeper!
Miracle treatment indeed!
Pip, that is AMAZING news!!!! Yay for a doppler and double YAY for a heatbeat!!!
Amos, I need to live vicariously through you. What did you eat?
Justkeeptrying, I had an MRI which confirmed adenomyosis. They originally thought it was a septum or heart shaped uterus. A hysteroscopy never caught it and the HSG showed there was an abnormality, but they couldn't determine what was causing it. I think pushing for the MRI is a good idea.
Before, FRERs were the most sensitive you could get in the US. These are a new product. Too late for you to get for this cycle, but if you need some for next cycle, I recommend them. They are much cheaper than FRERs, so you can be a testing freak!
Well, I knew about the FRER's, but they are expensive, so I have always been a believer in those Dollar General tests....for a buck I can pee on them as much as I like!
I thought 20miu was ok, but you guys have talked me into getting a FRER. If there's no need for me to be wasting these expensive shots and meds, I would rather save them. Does that sound bad?
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