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    Quote Originally Posted by FelH View Post
    Thanks for your help! I think I'm just nervous of the results and that it's going to be severe endo fx it's not..
    Wow I've never heard of endo of the diaphragm ow is it diagnosed?
    Natural to be nervous. I hope it all goes well for you and is only mild. Not sure, but everything I've read online about endo of the diaphragm I'm like yep that's me. Shoulder pain, right hand side pain, shortness of breath all at the time of my period. I'm sure my gynae thinks I'm cuckoo! But wtf is wrong with me then! I've been told its anxiety, asthma, effect of anethestic... I'm seeing an endo specialist next month to hopefully get to the bottom of it cause it's really doing my head in now!!

    Chocciequeen - I can see a faint line too. Good luck for testing on Friday!!!

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    I can see it Choccie!! Yup you should use FMU tomorrow !!

    Welcome back Tormy

    FelH - I agree with Mabee Babee, at least 5 days off work. I had the same incisions - bellybutton, side, pubic line (they are all tiny but my bellybutton has a distinct "T" shape to it now!)

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    Thanks ladies but I have a feeling it might be a dodgy test lol, just don't believe it and it's an eBay cheapy so not sure if they are trustworthy!
    I am 10dpo today and have no symptoms lol! But last pregnancy was the same so that's nothing to go off!
    Af due Sunday ....

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    hi J37, completely random question that you probably have never heard of but worth a shot!
    dh had a yellow fever vaccine last week for work travel reasons. he mentioned to the doctor that we are ttc. the doc said because this vaccine is a 'live' vaccine he would suggest to hold off ttc this month.
    i cant find anything about this on google and its really stressing me out now - i dont want to miss a month but then again if it affects sperm its not worth it
    hoping you can help!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    AF here/Waiting to ovulate
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    J37

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    rainbow road (testing 20th Aug)
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    Waiting for AF/AF Due/Testing ( for BFP!)
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    I'm waiting to ovulate too please!
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybee baybee View Post
    Natural to be nervous. I hope it all goes well for you and is only mild. Not sure, but everything I've read online about endo of the diaphragm I'm like yep that's me. Shoulder pain, right hand side pain, shortness of breath all at the time of my period. I'm sure my gynae thinks I'm cuckoo! But wtf is wrong with me then! I've been told its anxiety, asthma, effect of anethestic... I'm seeing an endo specialist next month to hopefully get to the bottom of it cause it's really doing my head in now!!

    Chocciequeen - I can see a faint line too. Good luck for testing on Friday!!!
    Sounds horrible!
    Well I hope you get answers at the fs next month.
    They love to diagnose anxiety don't they.. I got that diagnosis 2 years ago and im fine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by waitinghoping View Post
    I can see it Choccie!! Yup you should use FMU tomorrow !!

    Welcome back Tormy

    FelH - I agree with Mabee Babee, at least 5 days off work. I had the same incisions - bellybutton, side, pubic line (they are all tiny but my bellybutton has a distinct "T" shape to it now!)
    Thanks for your help I just want it over and done with! I'm sick of the cramping!

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    Quote Originally Posted by button2012 View Post
    hi J37, completely random question that you probably have never heard of but worth a shot!
    dh had a yellow fever vaccine last week for work travel reasons. he mentioned to the doctor that we are ttc. the doc said because this vaccine is a 'live' vaccine he would suggest to hold off ttc this month.
    i cant find anything about this on google and its really stressing me out now - i dont want to miss a month but then again if it affects sperm its not worth it
    hoping you can help!!!
    That sounds like rubbish to me. A "live" vaccine, such as Yellow Fever, is modified so it is not capable of giving you the said disease. I cannot think of any mechanism by which the vaccine could affect the sperm.
    I would not worry. Keep TTC!
    J.
    Last edited by J37; 09-08-2012 at 06:47.

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    Ps. Just found an article to corroborate this. There is NO evidence to suggest a live or attenuated vaccine is capable of affecting the sperm, or is passed on to the developing baby.
    Does that help?
    J.

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    Took another eBay cheapie test this morning and it was negative!! Will see if Af turns up Saturday I guess


 

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