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    Patient-One
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    He will be 22 months when I deliver. Are you guys getting US? My OB isn't trying to give me another as long as things keep going well. I might go elsewhere to do a 3 or 4D US. Still getting my makena shots weekly. Currently 30w6d.

    Praying for us all.
    ME - 38, DH - 45
    IVF - 01/12, ER - 06 Feb, ET - 09 Feb
    BETA #1 - 80.3 (12dp3dt), #2 - 183.6 (15dp3dt) - b/g twins
    Ruptured Membrane 06/16/12 - Maximus
    Born at 23 weeks 03 July 12 - 23 July 12 - Anaya
    FET - March 2014 - BFN
    IVF 2 - 08/2015, ER - 13 Aug, ET 18 Aug
    BETA #1 - 84 (9dp5dt), #2 - 225 (11dp5dt), #3 - 1303 (15dp5dt) - 4/15/16
    FET2 - around 26 Jun 17


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    It is strange! First trimester here you get one a month and then second, twice a month and then third trimester, once every week (ultrasounds) weight and etc etc check every visit obviously and consultation with a nutrionist/dietician ever trimester plus a glucose challenge every 5 weeks starting week 20 O.O

    My daughter is now 6 weeks old (almost) and my boy, 18 months has learned so much since she was born! He takes his own plates to the dishwasher, he brings her her soothers and he knows which ones are his and which ones are hers. He picks her clothes. If she's crying he tries to jam a dummy or bottle in her mouth and if that does not work, he goes digging and brings a small nappy.
    Little Killian born at 9.59pm on 30th April 2016
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    Hi everyone! You guys are getting so close! We just found out yesterday that were having another girl (we have a 3 year old and an almost one year old girl)! I thought I would be sad that we’re not having a boy but I’m just so excited that they’ll have another sister to love and that the genetic testing came back low risk. Only 10 weeks 1 day but it definitely feels more real now that we know the sex! I get to stop my meds tonight too and I can’t wait to not stay up to take my estrace and get my PIO every night ha
    Me: 28, no known issues
    DH: 28, CBAVD (CF carrier, no vas deferens)

    Our TTC Journey:

    TTC naturally for a year, DH was diagnosed with CBAVD in December 2013

    January 2014: TESE on DH, 4 frozen vials to use
    1/6/14: Started Lupron 10 units
    1/22/14: Follistim, Menopur and continued Lupron 5 units
    3/3/14: Trigger!
    3/5/14: ER!
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    It's been so long since I've had a minute to get on and catch up. I'm so glad to see that everything is progressing so nicely for everyone, delivery dates are just around the corner now for a couple of you ladies.
    AFM I feel like my littles are growing up so fast. Archer is now 20 months old and Oliver 3 months. They are so much fun and Archer loves being a big brother some days almost too much. I'm constantly having to remind him to not smother brother with love. Some exciting news on our end, we have matched with a recipient family in our embryo adoption journey and we are traveling to meet them on February 4th. They live about 2 1/2 hours from us and she has become such a good friend and I love the idea that my boys will be able to grow up knowing their genetic siblings should her cycles be successful. If all goes as planned our embryo adoption should be complete in about 3 weeks and her transfers will begin then. So many emotions but I'm excited for this next stage of our journey and relived that each of my little frozen embabies will be given a chance since I can no longer carry them myself.
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    Me: 25 PCOS
    DH: 25 Low morphology

    2014 Failed cycles; 6 Clomid, 2 IUI's, 1 Femara
    06/15 IVF#1: 15R, 14M, 14F, 7 frozen
    Transferred 2 (4AA blasts)
    9dp5dt beta 41, 102
    TWINS!!!
    6w3d U/S only one sac
    7w4d Diagnosed as blighted ovum
    (07/21/15) 7w4d Induced M/C
    09/15 FET #1 BFP 8dp6dt 116
    Archer Lee born at 37.4 via C section

    Surprise 02/12/17!
    Due 10/17- Boy; Oliver
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    Jlsmit, that is awesome news about your embies. I pray all works out for her. Glad your boys are getting long.

    Time is getting short for us. DS loves kissing my belly when we say "kiss your sister". I'm 32w today at 31w5d I was told my belly measured 36 so I'm waiting for a call to go do an US. Other than that I have no complaints.

    Praying for us all.
    ME - 38, DH - 45
    IVF - 01/12, ER - 06 Feb, ET - 09 Feb
    BETA #1 - 80.3 (12dp3dt), #2 - 183.6 (15dp3dt) - b/g twins
    Ruptured Membrane 06/16/12 - Maximus
    Born at 23 weeks 03 July 12 - 23 July 12 - Anaya
    FET - March 2014 - BFN
    IVF 2 - 08/2015, ER - 13 Aug, ET 18 Aug
    BETA #1 - 84 (9dp5dt), #2 - 225 (11dp5dt), #3 - 1303 (15dp5dt) - 4/15/16
    FET2 - around 26 Jun 17
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