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    Oh my god, my sleeping is all over the place! It's like someone has slipped me a sedative! I had a long day with work yesterday with lots of driving involved, got home, scraped together dinner, fell asleep on the couch for 30 mins and then went bed at 9 which is unheard of for me. Poor DH works from home, but works with european company, so only just came to bed at 2am after a night of phone calls and now I'm wide awake .
    Still no real MS, had a headache all day yesterday which always makes me queasy.
    Work is getting more and more physical for me towards xmas, which worries me a bit, I've been avoiding a lot of the physical stuff as much as possible, its going to arouse suspicion soon, I may have to tell my boss I'm UTD, we are quite close and she knows our struggles with IVF but she only just had a miscarriage herself 3 weeks ago so I feel a bit weird saying something- but if anyone will understand my concerns I guess she will!
    Have just booked a week one the Sunshine Coast in late January, keeping focused on that as a beacon of endless sleep!
    how are you two going? How was your break Panda?
    My pants are tight already... maybe too many raspberry icy poles? I seem a bit addicted to them
    Chook, do you know the sex of your little one?
    ok I'm going to try to go back to sleep now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Chook, do you know the sex of your little one?
    Em xx
    No, we are hoping to keep it a surprise.

    Tight pants - I started bloating up very early, and by the time of my BFP blood test (14 days after transfer), my jeans did up at the largest belt hole. A week after it became painful to do up any of my pants. I tried for a while with a belly belt expander, but was self-conscious someone would see my pants not done up properly. By week 8 I started buying maternity pants just to be comfortable. The doctor said my large size may have been partly because of fibroids.

    headaches - I had a horrible migraine for a couple of days around week 9. Called FS and he recommended a tablet I could take. He also reassured that the headache would not have any detrimental effect on the pregnancy.

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    Looks like its a possible ectopic pregnancy for me, numbers had stalled significantly on todays beta. Have a scan first thing Mon with FS. Bugger it!

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    emski - I am so sorry to hear this I hope it is not ectopic and it turns out all right.

    Chook

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    Hi Chook, very upsetting what has happened to Emski. I replied to her on the over 40s thread. Looks like it's just you and me in here for now. Let's hope there are a few more of us to join soon.
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    Can I join in? BFP today so I feel a bit like I might be jinxing myself by joining 'pregnant' threads but what the h***. Who knows if it will stick or hang around so I may as well enjoy pregnancy while I can :-). My beta is on Wednesday. For now, I have a faint line on a FRER.

    A little about me. I'm 41, and pregnant from a FET after having done 3 stims. This is my second pregnancy because we sadly lost the first one back in May. That was a natural one which was quite a surprise so this is the first ivf one. Hoping for a better outcome this time.

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    I still have a toe in... not ectopic... sac on the scan, yolk on the scan... perhaps a heartbeat... not too sure. Another scan in 7 days and I'll know more.
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    Emski - Good to hear it is not ectopic. All the best for the next scan

    MrsErinR - Congratulations on your BFP. All the best for the beta and a smooth pregnancy.

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    Emski good to hear there is still hope. I hope this week flies for you.
    Mrs Erin welcome to the group. So exciting to have you here too. Hope this is the one for you.
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    Hi Girls,


    I've been reading along but am not a great poster! Definitely keen to keep up with everyone's journeys though. As I said to Emski on the other thread, I think the tww is hard but in some ways the next part is even harder. I'm 17 weeks and still feeling a lot of anxiety and worry.

    Hoping for a great beta on Wed Mrs Erin!

    Emski, I haven't given up on your miracle yet

    Chook, I have read your story on quite a few threads and it makes me smile everytime. In amongst the heartache, there are so many amazing stories which is why we keep going I guess. I have been seeing your FS for over 15 years gyno, fert, obs. He got me pg with my DS and was my Ob. After 5 failed cycles for #2, I actually saw someone else and got pg but have gone back now to him as my Ob. It was a little awkward at first but he is really happy for me and has been lovely, esp when I've had a few scares and seen me asap to check everything is ok.

    Panda, hope you're well. I think we must be due around the same time? My EDD is April 19 but will probably have C-sect on April 10.


 

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