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    Kribby, you are probably right, I've only had trouble with one. So funny!
    I got such a huge bruise from her one time (hubby was there and i saw him cringing) needed another BT the next day ( yes, her again) She wanted to attack the other arm and I said no, may as well keep the bruising localised. I even showed her what vein to use (nurses make the worst patients) and she was so off the mark by about 2cm!!!!!!! Yep, another massive bruise. She did do it with a smile though, I like her. lol.

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    Is she the nurse that offers the lollies after the blood tests? I think she only hurt me once, and I told her I deserved the jelly bean after that.

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    I didn't get no jellybean!!!!!!!! If nurse miss-a-lot has been holding out on me..........
    The nurse across from the doctors has jellybeans, I REALLY like her, and she is really good at it too.

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    Oh no even the best nurses have trouble with my veins!!! Knowing my luck I will get her!!

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    Moo, make sure you get a jelly bean!!!

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    Lol sure will!

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    I joined Repromed Adelaide just before Xmas but actualy concieved naturaly before next appointment, unfortunatley last week at 6 weeks I had ectopic and rh tube removed. Still trying to get over it but hubby and I have decided to get help and go thru IVF the clock is ticking! Only new to this formum but finding it a great help!

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    Colenso - Sorry to hear about the ectopic but good luck With your IVF journey and welcome.

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    Thank you!

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    hi ladies,

    i attend repromed too.
    i see dr richard henshaw, he is more willing to give things a go compared to my old school fs i saw before him.
    dr tricia davies seems nice too, i had her for my last 2 transfers.
    not sure if things have changed since i have been to the adelaide clinic as we havent been there for a while as we concieved ds and he is now almost 15 months old.
    we are currently in mildura but moving back to sa soon and looking into ivf again soon for bubba #2 as we have been ttc naturally for some months now.

    the best nurse repromed had left and now works at fertility sa.
    i was so sad to hear she left, she was the best!!


 

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