My CCRM IVF Journey

Our successful journey through IVF #2 at one of the world's top fertility clinics

Moving On Up

Posted by auntiem10 on October 30, 2010

We were able to speed up our FET calendar by four days–not much, but better than nothing! The new calendar has me taking 12 BCPs instead of 19, so the FET date just moved up a bit. She wrote in an extra two days of four patches on 1/9 because otherwise the FET date would have fallen on the weekend (and CCRM only does FETs Mon-Fri). I think she forgot to change our beta date to reflect the new timeline, but our beta should occur on January 26, I believe. Eleven weeks and two days to go!

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9 Responses to “Moving On Up”

  1. Running_girl said

    Moving it up even a smidge really helps the psyche. So glad you were able to get it moved up a little.

  2. LisainSK said

    Yahoo!! That’s 96 hours closer to PUPO!!

  3. Sweeet…. Any pull in is better than no pull in!

  4. R said

    That’s great!

  5. mo said

    Glad you were able to change the schedule a bit!!

  6. LC1 said

    Glad you could move it up…even a few days is that much closer!

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