It was confirmed that I was not pregnant on this Thur, my beta was 7. I do not have any frozen and i have to start a fresh cycle again.
I did list out a lsit of conditions which I thought they might contribute to my failure and discussed with him:
1. age ---40
3. hydrosalphix (I hope I spell right)
4. frequently pee pee right after ET
5. abdominal pain after eggs pick up and carried on during ET and the 2ww (unexpained, no signs of OHSS)
6. diarrhoea (started on day after egg pick up and stopped on last Thur)
7. turn too much while I was on bed rest---stretch my tummy all the time
He explained that my endo was not that serious, he could not see any fluid inside my tubes via US, frequently pee pee and turn would not make the failure. he said it might due to the unexplained abd pain and diarrhoea.
frankly speaking, some did has severe OHSS and required hsopitaliztion and surgical interventions and one would get BFP---like my friend but it was a chem preg. Just want to find out reasons so that I can avoid for the next time.
My doctor has already discussed with me what he would do next time----- put me on short protocol and higher dose of FSH so that I can produce more eggs. he also put me on aspirin as well.
Anyway, How long should I rest for the next cycle? 3 cycles should be enough to get my body back to normal. I am now still waiting for AF to come.
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08-05-2005, 10:44 PM #1puikeiRegistered Userhas no status.
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How long should I rest for the next cycle?
08-05-2005, 10:55 PM #2MaribelleRegistered Userhas no status.
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I'm guessing your body and mind will tell you when to try again, but Marti said something once that I agree with. I will paraphrase: If you are in a place you don't want to be, don't stop there. Keep going as that is the only way to come out of it. Of course, she put it much more poetically than that, but the sentiment is a valid one. I hope your body cooperates and gets back to normal soon, and that it all falls into place for you.
08-06-2005, 08:29 AM #3hope_36Registered Userhas no status.
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I'm sorry about the BFN. You did a good thing by writing down a list of things you thought may have contributed - now those things could be off your mind and you could focus on your next fresh.
I think three months is a good wait inbetween cycles. With the new protocol (higher meds and change in protocol) it might be what is right for you. Everyone is different and sometimes it takes a little change to make things work out. Good luck and take care!
08-06-2005, 09:05 AM #4
I'm sorry to hear your news. I would suggest investigating immune system issues. Since you have endo, you would be more likely to have problems in this area. This website will explain a lot about them:
Many women only begin immune testing after several failed IVFs or multiple m/c's. I wish you the best of luck in your efforts!
ttc 1.4 yrs
dx endo in 1986
lap #1 7/94 (stage III endo removed)
lap #2 5/05 (stage I endo removed)
normal FSH, clear tubes, good lining, ovulate on my own, no MF
immune testing 7/05
dx with three separate immune issues
currently awaiting immune tx plan
then, onto IVF
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