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    mmmmm interesting!!! Sarah, I just took the quiz in the link you provided and it says 13% chance!!!!

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    Happy New Year all lovely ladies!!

    Hi girls, Hope anyone affected by the floods is safe, and my thoughts go out to all in flood affected areas.
    Hi Anemone, I am glad your biopsy came out good, I had a lump this time last year and had to do the biopsy etc..$$!! better to be on the safe side. Hoping you pregnancy is going well.
    Feebs S*@T!!! I swear some men are ruled by their ego, they can be really precious sometimes and its almost always about them. Its more about crossing out all the reasons WHY pregnancy isn't occurring, not about how strong their sperm is for everyone to talk about. Then its about finding the best way for you to deal with the best way to get pregnant. why can't they understand? its hard I know. A few things I have found out (which I would not have if I wasn't doing IVF) My eggs are poor quality.No matter how many they harvest I usually only end up with 1 that successfully fertilises. Also my immune system has higher than normal killer anti-bodies which is possibly why my body keeps rejecting embryos.Ok now new cycle starting next time AF comes, & I am on more drugs to address these issues. I wish you all the best for convincing your man to come around.xx
    PM, and Sarah I hope you are both well, my AF is always too punctual for my liking also!! Keziah hows things with you and your furbaby?
    Gals look into DHEA it is what I am taking to hopefully help eggs improve.
    I am going to try that quiz lol lets see what it predicts!!
    Also if anyone in sydney needs some puregon, I have some unopened to save you buying it, still valid until 10/2011 & 2012.

    love you all,
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    lol 7.5% oh joy!! well its better than 0%

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackdemps View Post
    lol 7.5% oh joy!! well its better than 0%
    Hi Jen,
    Crap stats eh??? I read in your last post about your killer anti - bodies. Please, please, please seriously consider reading/buying Eat Right 4 Your Type. I truly believe if you eat the right food for your body these issues can be addresses. My cousin swapped her life to ER4YT and within 2 months managed to conceive naturally - sadly it didn't stick but it was certainly a step in the right direction especially considering she had 5 failed IVF attempts. She is patiently waiting for the next little sticky and is not only feeling amazing she is losing weight too. I practise what I preach and for maybe 90% I ER4YT.
    Good luck sweetie.


    AFM - All special ed funding has been cut, numbers are down too... we are losing a teacher and a bit. Guess who might be that teacher???? Ah well, who gives a........ life really is too short to worry about it. I will still have my job just in another school.

    Much love to you all.
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    Jen - I swear DHEA was the main reason behind my BFP. I had a v low ovarian reserve (AMH = 4.5, should have been 10 for a 37 y.o., antral follie count only 5-7 - again, should have been at least twice that). After 3-4 months of taking it, my antral follie count increased a lot (19) and that was my successful cycle.

    I hope it works for you too. GL for this cycle!

    Sarah - DHEA is usually prescribed by a FS - and many are not up to speed on it. A GP could prescribe it theoretically but many dont have the knowledge. Have you ever had your ovarian reserve checked (AMH blood test) - it is a bit confronting, but could be useful in determining if it would be good for your situation.

    That's full on abt your school and the cuts. Perhaps you might be happier elsewhere though, given all the crap that's been happenign at your school.

    Keziah - where are you babes, playing in the sun with furbaby and zumba-ing away hopefully! Sending you

    to feebs and PM.
    Feebs have you decided what to do abt FS appt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anemone View Post
    Jen - I swear DHEA was the main reason behind my BFP. I had a v low ovarian reserve (AMH = 4.5, should have been 10 for a 37 y.o., antral follie count only 5-7 - again, should have been at least twice that). After 3-4 months of taking it, my antral follie count increased a lot (19) and that was my successful cycle.

    I hope it works for you too. GL for this cycle!

    Sarah - DHEA is usually prescribed by a FS - and many are not up to speed on it. A GP could prescribe it theoretically but many dont have the knowledge. Have you ever had your ovarian reserve checked (AMH blood test) - it is a bit confronting, but could be useful in determining if it would be good for your situation.

    That's full on abt your school and the cuts. Perhaps you might be happier elsewhere though, given all the crap that's been happenign at your school.

    Keziah - where are you babes, playing in the sun with furbaby and zumba-ing away hopefully! Sending you

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    Feebs have you decided what to do abt FS appt?
    Hello lovely,
    Thanks for that, I have doctors on Monday for my PAP so will ask what she thinks. There is no way Andrew would allow us to go to the FS in this town, not after the way his cousin was treated. I really don't think I have had my ovarian reserve tested so will ask for that too. She is a new doctor so hopefully she will be up to date, not that my old doctor was out of date or anything. Will let you know how I get on. I have done a little research and am able to buy it in from the UK but really don't want to go down that route, I would rather be supervised.

    Much love
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    First and foremost, HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE How are you lovely gals? I'm sorry for MIA for the last few months. Been busy with work, hubby's birthday, Christmas, my birthday early this month and wedding anniversary a few days later.
    I haven't been on bubhub for a while but I hope to catch up with you gals soon. How are you Anemone, Welsh mummy, Keziah, Pommie, Jacks and everyone? Well, nothing much to tell here...just glad that you gals are still here to give support to each other.
    For anyone who is/will be in Sydney on Australia Day...just to let you know, hubby and I will participate for the Australia Day boat parade in the evening at Darling Harbour This will be our third year being involved with the AD celebration. Well, that's all from me for now. Have a great weekend to everyone....lots of luv....
    Ps did the calculation...mine is 7.6%
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    Hi ladies,
    Sarah, I will definitely look into the er4yt diet. I am currently on the bodytrim+ to lose a bit of weight. Hope you get the dhea..and hope it works for all of us!
    Never mind too much about the job..I am sure you will kick on at the new school.
    Anemone thanks for the inspiring information about the dhea...I swear we learn more on this forum than by consult with various fs, even though we pay them thousands and they are the specialists.
    luv to all
    xoxox Jen

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    Hi Sarah,

    Sorry I missed Andie's anniversary, I'm sure its been a very emotional time. I hope the uncertainty around work is settling down and that your kids are all settling in to the new year. Where are you up to with the fostering idea now?

    Quiet in here ladies, I hope you are all well, happy and your journey is going the way you need it to

    Take care xxx

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    Hey my gorgy hubblers.....I have been MIA but always thinking of you with good vibes.....

    How is everyone n wotcha all up to?

    Any news, any announcements? Any anything....hehe

    Pommie n Anemone - how are those beautiful growing bublettes in ur tum tum going?

    Heth - you still on this babes???

    Sarah - how u darlin? You can get this in a homoeopathic form or I think the Dr has to prescribe it....I will check it out. My Acu fella (who I haven't seen in mths - oops) wants me to take it.

    jackdemps - hiya babes, hope you are well, you back on the IVF train?

    AFM - nuffin to report, completely numbed by the whole TTC....haven't put in any effort to be honest. I know I have to seriously get my buttskies into gear but I feel, well, that I have lost interest. I think of IVF and I go numb, I think of temping, I go numb, I think of ringin my ACU fella n I go numb. I have just been enjoying living again. But I am 43 this yr sooooooooooo...... Part of me is wondering whether to let it all go and truly give up. Don't worry, I am not depressed or anything, if anything I have been enjoying myself more than I have for a looooooooooonnnnnnnngggg time.

    Went on a Thelma/Louise road trip (minus the ending haha) with a girlfriend for 5 days and toddled up to Port Mac. Ahhhhh swimming, eating, coffee, drinkin, dancing, shopping, swimming, eating etc etc hahaha It was very healing to the soul and DH said he really missed me (whereas I was fearing he would be like - thank goodness - I get a break!!! lol).....

    I hope 2011 is going well for you all. Can't wait to hear all the latest goss.

    PS: I hope if any of you were affected or if your friends/family were affected by the floods that you are all OK. It's been surreal - the roads up North were spookily empty, hardly any cars....it's like we were the only ones heading North So very sad....but boy do Aussies step up when the goin gets tuff eh....

    Sending much love n light

    xmwah mwah mwahx
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    Hi Keziah,

    good to hear from you babes. Anemone started thread number 3 but I haven't seen much activity in there either. Still thinking of you all though.

    Fortunately we're high enough out of Brissie that we missed the flooding but work got knocked out for a couple of days. One of my mates mum lost almost everything, again, she lives in the same house as she did in '74 and went under then too. Can't think how depressing that must be.

    Good to hear you are in a nice head space. Even if you do decide to get off the roller coaster it has been a pleasure and a privilege to share some of the journey with you. A tough decision I know but you are strong and it sounds like you are enjoying life.

    Much light xxmwahxx
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    Hey Kez, nice to hear from you. It's great you have been having a life again, I know what you mean about it totally taking over everything.
    I too have been in a weird headspace - not quite sure where I am at still!!! TTC this month has been really weird for us, out of all the days in a year CD14 fell on the day Andie died and I had massive o pains on CD17, her birthday. It was just way too weird to DTD then so guess we may have missed our chance this month. Thankfully, we went away so I managed not to be a complete blithering wreck on her birthday - I got a really cute candle, had a little chat, made wish and that was that, no tears or anything. Maybe I have just cried myself out. We are now officially on day 1 of the next chapter of our lives whatever that may bring.

    All the other girls have migrated over to thread 3 - are you coming across there too?

    Much love,
    Sarah


 

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