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deliela999 posted:
Hi, I'm Erin and thrilled to finally join this forum! I finally got my BFP on Sunday. Beta 1 on Monday was 402, beta 2 on Wednesday was 954. I tried for 9 months before starting clomid. After 4 failed rounds of clomid with a good HSG and SA we were sent on to an RE. The RE said clomid just wasn't the right medicine for my body and ordered femara, gonal-f, and novarel trigger. He was right! My first cycle did it! The gonal-f made me feel like crap and I was starting to question my sanity that it was not only self-inflicted, but also expensive. It was worth it. Now we're waiting 3 weeks for our first ultrasound on 4/26. After all this we're anxious to see the heartbeat and know that everything looks ok. According to the webmd calculator I'm due 12-11-12, currently 4 weeks 3 days.
gjbsgirl5705 responded:
congratulations and welcome to the board! Those look like great beta numbers!
me(Amy) - 30 dh - 29
IVF/ICSI -1 Caleb born 4/18/08
IVF/ICSI -2 Carter born 4/29/11
Surprise BFP!! - due 10/26/12
FrenchBulldogMom responded:
Congratulations!!! I know that you're so excited waiting for the ultrasound!
codysu responded:
Congrats and welcome!!!
Cody 38, DH 45 - IVF 1-m/c @ 6wk, IVF 2 BFP 11-11-11! EDD 7-26-12 PINK Team!!
rooni134 responded:
Hi Erin and welcome! if you would like to join the list, please give me your details and i'll add you! thank you!

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