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    Poor thing. Hope it's not too bad. X

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    hubby is like i dont wanna no my heart just sank
    as he stillhasnt gotten over the loss really and tries to not think about it
    he doesnt like to talk about it

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    That must be hard on you. I don't know what it's like but I can lend an ear if you need it. X

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    thanks yea im all mixed emotions honestly
    as i swear it was the soy that got me that BFP but i also not happy how it ended so not sure i want to try again but i think maybe if i lesson the dose and take on later days it may use the egg i create
    but im not gain to have another loss so maybe i should give up
    im not allowed on birth control thats all so i just think ill keep going every month till im told i cant, and then i want it all removed so i dont bleed at all full hysterectomy but then im at risk of early menopause
    sucks it realy does
    i have a 10yr old and 3.8yr old , i only have my youngest at home with me for another yr and she off to prep so i think nows the time we can live as they are growing up and we can do holidays etc but i just cant help thinking i have bleeds every month why have it if its not doing its job

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    I teach kindy! Great age! It's up to you but I wouldn't give up. I'd give soy another go.

    I'm getting so impatient for dp to get home. So nervous!

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    i bet you are its always nerve wrecking lol
    tonight i just snt youngest to bed without dinner cause she wouldnt eat it
    she is so fussy and hasnt eaten barely anything, she woke up had a small tub yoghurt, then threwout day half breadroll, then another yoghurt thats it and small glass milk she gets it herself

    im gonna try enforce better rules for eating im sick of her going without eating half time she was good a few weeks agothink she had small growth spurt i was proud she ate 2 weetbix for breaky and ate all day for a few days, but now back to normal non eating self
    she is only 94cm in height so short for age and weighs about 14kgs
    she isnt skinny but isnt fat she is pretty good just short and im thinking maybe cause she never eats

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    Hmmm maybe. I think if it were impacting here height, she'd be pretty thin though. Have you tried a reward system?

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    yep her fav lollies not tv lots of things, she just chucks a tantrum in the end and either goes to bed or naugty spot,

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    Lol stubborn!

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    yes she is very
    sometimes i think she has issues i dont remember my other one carrying on like that she has always been good eater
    but scarlet my youngest chucks tantrums over clothes and what she wants to wear, and being sweaty lately and oh the list goes on
    and i dont no what to look for whether thats normal for her age its like she is back at terrible 2s


 

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