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    Congrats MrsJ, PoH Angel, and Toni, (hope I didn't miss anyone)BFP's is what we all need to see, one for everyone on this thread would be nice please K'iesha

    Skizzie, hope you have an awesome tassie holiday, and also seeing your parents will be great for

    Luckyme1, I hope it's just the progesterone support making you crampy, and your embie is snuggled right in.

    Hope everyone else is well, I'd try and do personals but I think I'd need a few sheets of paper to remember everyone and where they are at.

    AF, so glad you have arrived for so many of the lovely ladies that needed you to come!!!

    AFM, af has been the worst ever for me, all I can say is OMG!! My offerings for K'iesha for my next cycle will be:
    Bottle of bourbon, cheap and nasty of course, thinking southern comfort and a 2lt coke zero, hoodie to match her hot chic trackies, and a hot pink g-string to hang out of the top her trackies so the whole world can see she's wearing them.

    I had an idea Ladies, what do you all think of renaming our thread to something like Kult K'iesha, (put your thinking caps on ladies) and asking the moderators to make it a sticky thread then we can all keep posting even if we go over cycling in September or just need somewhere to get advice, have a chat, a vent, also we can keep track of each other and hear about the BFP's progressing to actual babies, as this is the best support group ever, I am sure you all will agree, you ladies have made me laugh, cry, and feel so much for you all, you all are like my Bub Hub cyber sisters (Sista's, as K'iesha would spell it)
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    Quote Originally Posted by LKeith View Post
    You all wouldn't believe the rules that I have!!

    Home rest required the day of and next 3 days, do not vacuum clean or cook or do any kind of housework on those days ...No caffeine, alcohol, tub bathing or swimming, no carrying anything heavy or a purse heavier than 5 pounds...and do not go up and down stairs. All of these rules until BT. Along with some other things that we probably all know. Oh, and no sex....

    The main one that's gonna kill me is the no chocolate!!! Lol

    I think I might have done overkill last time but I was so worried I was gonna mess something up, but this time I'm just gonna live life because the way I see it, women that aren't going through all that we are get pregnant and are living life like normal until they find out they are pregnant. So I don't see how not doing all of these things can really hurt anything.
    LKeith, that really freaks me out. What is your house is two story like ours? Don't stack the dishwasher? Don't cook? No chocs? No sex? I thought orgasm would help little embie stick? We do all of these things, I feel like now we have no hope of little embies sticking

    What about the other ladies? Do your clinics tell you this as well?

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    LKeith, that really freaks me out. What is your house is two story like ours? Don't stack the dishwasher? Don't cook? No chocs? No sex? I thought orgasm would help little embie stick? We do all of these things, I feel like now we have no hope of little embies sticking

    What about the other ladies? Do your clinics tell you this as well?

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    No my FS says just carry on as normal. He did say no climbing stairs (but he didn't say for how long), and sometimes it is unavoidable.

    However, in researching things around the web, I have seen that a lot of people (especially in the US) are given similar rules. No orgasm until you see fetal heartbeat is a common one. I think clinics used to say more rules like this, but these days they tend to go with the, "go about your normal life" advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaandaw View Post
    LKeith, that really freaks me out. What is your house is two story like ours? Don't stack the dishwasher? Don't cook? No chocs? No sex? I thought orgasm would help little embie stick? We do all of these things, I feel like now we have no hope of little embies sticking

    What about the other ladies? Do your clinics tell you this as well?
    We are told to go on as normal as well, just don't overheat, lift heavy things or do strenuous exercise. I live in a three storey house so the stairs are part of life for me too!

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    A huge congrats to Toni, mrsj and poh!! I know it's still a cautious woohoo for mrsj and poh but all looking great so far! And Toni, what a miracle! Absolute inspiration.

    Jaandaw - my clinic doesn't say much really. My FS is happy for us to go back to work and do whatever really so pleases don't freak out too much. When I got pregnant with DS (naturally) I did everything. Lifted heavy things and my job can be really heavy too and everything turned out fine. But easy to say don't freak out then do it! Good luck!

    KandP - I also feel the same. Genuinely happy for all the BFP in this thread and also genuinely heartbroken when people get their bfn. We know what each other has to go through and how much hope and heartbreak we have all endured.

    Peonies - any signs or symptoms yet? I keep overanalyzing everything. Does anyone else think about when their little one will be due if they get pregnant while in their tww? or is it just crazy me who likes to drive herself batty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaandaw View Post
    LKeith, that really freaks me out. What is your house is two story like ours? Don't stack the dishwasher? Don't cook? No chocs? No sex? I thought orgasm would help little embie stick? We do all of these things, I feel like now we have no hope of little embies sticking

    What about the other ladies? Do your clinics tell you this as well?
    Mine told me no stairs if i can help it, no sex till at least the blood test. I know lots of girls jog and exercise like normal but my clinic tell me no exercise at all the first week and nothing that gets you all hot and sweaty. And no really hot showers or having the heater turned up high. I think they want you to just continue as normal, but take it easy for a week.

    My accupuncturist always tells me i have precious cargo onboard so live like a "princess". So no housework, no rushing around getting groceries and running errands. He says just to spend lots of time chilling on the couch, reading your favourite books, just try to rest for the first week or two after the transfer.

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    We just told to go on as normal, but no over exerting or super hot baths/electric blankets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaandaw View Post
    LKeith, that really freaks me out. What is your house is two story like ours? Don't stack the dishwasher? Don't cook? No chocs? No sex? I thought orgasm would help little embie stick? We do all of these things, I feel like now we have no hope of little embies sticking

    What about the other ladies? Do your clinics tell you this as well?
    Our house is single story, and they just say not to do household chores for a couple of days...they just say try not to be on your feet alot. They said not to have sex because it can move the pelvis....?? Don't freak out though!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peoniesarepretty View Post
    No my FS says just carry on as normal. He did say no climbing stairs (but he didn't say for how long), and sometimes it is unavoidable.

    However, in researching things around the web, I have seen that a lot of people (especially in the US) are given similar rules. No orgasm until you see fetal heartbeat is a common one. I think clinics used to say more rules like this, but these days they tend to go with the, "go about your normal life" advice.
    Yes, I live in the US so that makes sense that those are the rules I have been given.


 

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