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Saturday, 01 December 2007


I'd do what the local clinic does, too. They have the most current info on how you respond so tweak away!

Ah, Millie, WELCOME TO MY WORLD. So sorry you are here! (the trials, tribulations, and downright THRILL of the "LONG DISTANCE CYCLE".)

I feel for ya, babe, I really do!

(Speaking of which, I STILL don't have the goddamned blastocyst freezing information that we have been trying to get from the Seattle clinic, since ohhhhh......AUGUST.)

I hope your cycle goes much more smoothly from here on in.

Lots of good thoughts and wishes your way...


Well you have my support. I'm the QUEEN of tweaking, both purposely and accidentally! Since its a FET, I don't think you can screw it up too much. GL! and see your e.

You know your body better than anyone...follow your gut.

I'm all for the tweaking, especially if it makes the math easier :)

Tweak up a storm - you know your body better than they do.

Good for you. I really hope this is it. Sorry the garden state is causing so much difficulty.

I'm confused. But it sounds like a good idea.

I think you have the right approach. Cheering you on as always.
And thanks so much for your message on my blog. I really really appreciate your support as always :-)

I am all about tweaking. I did it all the time. Good luck!

What good is it to be a veteran if you can't tweak your cycle a bit?

You have earned the right to tweak.

Tweak away. Although, I swear I'd totally screw it up.

Man, this stuff is so complicated. I can't give you advice, but I sure am crossing my fingers for you!!!

The whole cd1 has always confused me - full flow before midday I was told - so full flow at 1pm doesn't count?

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