Arielle, it's been a while since you have posted. I wanted to check in with you, to see how you and the babies were doing. Hope everything is well and you're feeling wonderful. By the way, I lived 8 miles from D.C. for most of my life. I lived in Annandale. My father was stationed at the Pentagon. Small world. Take care, sweetheart. God Bless you always.
Hey im doing a Frozen transfer next cycle, with the 3 frozen embryos i have left im on cd 4 today, then around Dec 27th i would do transfer approx depends on when i get my period, also my Re said lots of woman get preg naturally the month after IVf cause of having stims still in my system so going to try naturally this cycle, I hope all is well with you
Hey they transferred 2 embryos one 3BB and one 2BB i have OHSS, so its been hard, My estrogen was 17.710 Really high, IM 3 days past transfer now, and i found out i have 3 frozen embryos that are good quality, IM so excited but nervous too, How are you doing?
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