"I had implantation bleeding yesterday I believe because it happened the exact same way and amt of days after transfer as it did with my son. Feeling a lil hopeful and praying atleast one of my peanuts have dug in :). "
"Yes mine were depressingly slow. I had to go 4 extra days of meds. At my retrieval I had 8 good ones that fertilized naturally. Transferred 2 on Wed. And I think I had implantation spotting yesterday....beta Friday. (Prayerful) so you sh..."
That's great!! I'm so glad everything is going well for you and baby...the soccer star :)
I've been having tough times as usual, but hoping for improvement in the next few weeks. Make sure you stay on top of that high BP and I hope to catch an update on you soon :)
Hey Hun congrats on your scan!
So lovely that you have a name already! We have a name too and found out were having a little girl!
Such a shame we don't live in the same country or maybe we could have met up when our bubbas arrived! :)
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