About Me: Female, 42, Queens, NY, member since Jan 2009
Long journey, trying just regular unprotected for 7 years and still nothing, time went by thinking it would happen one day after so long decided to see an RE in August 08 diagnosed with unexplained infertility, did 3 rounds of clomid all BFN, first injection cycle BFN s
[More]econd injection cycle RE canceled because of too many follies, third injection cycle 3 big follies BFN, moving on to IVF also doing acupuncture. Finally after almost 8 years I got a BFP!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you God and thankful for IVF/ICSI. Starting second IVF . 13 Fertilized, transfer 2 5day blast 5 frosties:-) Wed 7th BFP beta 496 wow!!! Thanks again to IVF and ICSI.
I am so happy to see you are now 16weeks. How time flies. I ended up using all my frozen ones which didn't work so did a full IVf cycle and it has worked. I got a BFP 5dp5dt so I am now thinking both of the embryos I transfered have taken. Anyway time will tell. Take care
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