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    Default SUGAR & IVF - Is it okay?

    Hi ladies,

    probably a bit of a stupid question..... BUT is it okay to be having sugar during IVF.
    During the whole process and even now the transfer has happened I am craving SUGAR, been eating two chocolate bars a day.... Will this stops an embie from sticking? Generally I eat quite well but it's the amount of sweets I am worried about??????

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    Hi Marttc

    I sure hope so because i am craving sugar too!!!! And i never do normally lol. My fs said everything in moderation. X

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    Hey
    Is up to 3 50g chocolate bars a day in moderation? I am having trouble controlling myself :-/

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    Haha. Maybe one a day

    Try some fruit? A banana was my attempt todat!

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    You have read my mind!!!!

    I have eaten so much sugar the last 2 weeks! This morning I had a glass of almond milk... Home made by mum.. Omg delicious!

    I guess as dancing said its all in moderation but I can't say that's what I've been doing!! Haha

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    Non medical advice: go with what your body is craving.

    Here's my definition;
    Pig: eating something coz it's there, coz you're bored, coz it tastes yummy.
    Essential craving: thinking about it more than once an hour, knowing you would shove your BFF under a bus if you meant you could have it.

    If it's the later, go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Non medical advice: go with what your body is craving.

    Here's my definition;
    Pig: eating something coz it's there, coz you're bored, coz it tastes yummy.
    Essential craving: thinking about it more than once an hour, knowing you would shove your BFF under a bus if you meant you could have it.

    If it's the later, go for it.
    Haha love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Non medical advice: go with what your body is craving.

    Here's my definition;
    Pig: eating something coz it's there, coz you're bored, coz it tastes yummy.
    Essential craving: thinking about it more than once an hour, knowing you would shove your BFF under a bus if you meant you could have it.

    If it's the later, go for it.
    Hahahahaha add hormones on top of that and you have a wicked combo

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