MG, good to hear mastitis is clearing and a that Archie had such a good night's sleep in his sleeping bag. Hope you get some more nights like that and hope your eye ulcer isn't too serious and clears up. That's no good at all.
Kismet, thanks for that mini IVF information. I was lucky enough to get in to see a fertility naturopath yesterday due to a cancellaton and she said that it is a very exciting technique, but when she discussed with FS here in Melbourne, he claimed that the labs here are just not set up to be able to do it. Needs to be a very sterile environment and special lab to do that. They have yet to set that up here sadly. That's her story anyway. I will still be asking Warren or a new FS down here about it. She panicked me a little by saying that flying after transfer could be dangerous due to lack of oxygen in pressurised cabin for the 2.5 hr flight. Grrrr. Now I am worrying about that. She wants me to see a FS by the name of Nick Lolatgis down here in Melbourne.
Nessie, sorry, think I missed answering your question. i'm booked in to see Wazza on August 16th. I hope I manage to get to see him. It's looking like I'll have to do it alone with Amberly. Might all bee too much on my own; feeling really down about it all. Was so excited, but now it all seems too hard. I'm getting too old too fast - 43 in July. Just not sure what to do, but so scared if I miss this opportunity, I will have thrown away my last chance.
JFB, yay for feeding yourself and showering. That is a great
accomplishment in itself when managing two little ones on your own.... but the thrush and cold stinks... hope they settle and just bugger off all together.
Millie, hope the glucose test goes well for you on Friday. Wow... 6 mths
already!! wow how time does fly.
Fiona, oh so close now. How exciting. Hope you're feeling ok.