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    How soon can I do another FET after a failed one?

    Does anyone know if we can cycle right in to another FET after a failed one? Or do we have to wait a few months for some reason? Thanks.


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    Hi. I'm so sorry that your cycle didn't work. That just sucks. I think you should be able to start right back up though. Good luck!!


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    It depends on the clinic. I've seen some have you start right back with the next cycle. Mine like to wait one cycle between, but I start my meds on CD1 and then transfer on CD18. So, if I was starting with the very next cycle, I would start with the bleeding from the BFN cycle. That would be super fast. I would think that if you start with BCP's or lupron on like CD20/21 then it would be more likely to start the next cycle. Good luck!!


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    Thanks MrsKate and Stargazerlily. I hope that I can start right away (on CD 21 with Lupron). However at the moment I feel pretty lousy from quitting all of the meds after the failed FET. Hoping this dull headache works its way out quickly. Ugh.


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    Quote Originally Posted by anon_in_ct View Post
    Thanks MrsKate and Stargazerlily. I hope that I can start right away (on CD 21 with Lupron). However at the moment I feel pretty lousy from quitting all of the meds after the failed FET. Hoping this dull headache works its way out quickly. Ugh.
    Hi Anon - sorry to hear about your FET! When we had a failed FET, our RE told us we could try again the next month. Hope things go well for you in your next round!


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    Thank you Floorance. We will see what the future brings.


    Quote Originally Posted by floorance View Post
    Hi Anon - sorry to hear about your FET! When we had a failed FET, our RE told us we could try again the next month. Hope things go well for you in your next round!


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