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    As soon as I had Stella, I turned to my support person (sister) whilst still on the operating table and said 'I wish I could have 10'. It's a miracle she didn't pass out, but I meant it and mean it now 2 months later

    BK - Good for you. Do what feels right.

    Alittle - You deserve your hearts desire. Do whatever you need to do to feel you have it

    Nessie - I hate those horror cycles. It doesn't mean your ovaries have given up, just that they are having a bad month. There is no telling why, but they are usually only occasional things, and you never know, they might be golden eggs. Fingers crossed for you

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    Nessie dont lose hope. i think its pretty normal as we get older to get less eggs. I had HEAPS of cycles with 3 eggs or less, but we still ended up with our beautiful babies. And a lot of my cycles took ages, I mean the one that I got pregnant with Ruby was a full month from day 1 to egg pick up!

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    AMUM - eeeeekkkk!@!!! I'm having a major freak out dropped Evie off to daycare today and they apparently had nits last Thursday, they reassured me they are gone but I don't trust them, I almost didn't leave her there and now I'm freaking out that I shouldn't have.....crap!! really don't want to deal with those little f&&kers!!! think I better either go get her or get some nit stuff just in case..what did you use??

    BK - wow! I was always skeptical about really long cycles, just goes to show it's all about finding the golden eggs

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    Hi girls

    Nessie - Don't give up.,..I never had many follies - ever...only had 4 eggs at EPU and we were blessed with Kade....sooooooooooooooo no stressing ok...OK xxxxxxxx

    Kismet - I would do Evie's hair when you get her home. I used KP 24 from the chemist but then i went to our hairdresser and he sells nit product called Fried Lice.....use whatever you can get your hands on. I'm going to treat both the boys once a week until nit season is over......freakin pests they are......

    Hello to everyone

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    nessie: should add that the estrogen levels differed for me heaps with the first cycle for bub2 it was low at only around 900 with 3 follies and up to i think 2400+ with 4 follies next cycle when we got Evangeline...so yes i would wait and see what the levels are as well on friday...i really hope you can make it to epu with a good lining and good match of follies no. to e levels.....

    alittle: hope u are ok.

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    Amum - she looks clear thank goodness I got some spray stuff to put her in hair the days she goes to daycare to suppose to help protect her from them. Fried Lice = crack up

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    Kismet, Ive heard that putting wax in their hair prevents the nits from getting on. Apparently they love fly away type hair?

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    morning all

    amum, how is the nits?

    well E is 6 mo today, she has slept in the big cot for 2 nites now, it was a bit sad to see her go but she was getting too big for the cradle.

    Q: for bf ladies..when did your af return? i have been cranky as all hell wondering if it was pms? dh reckons i need to start weaning dd so i can go out more but she has refused a bottle totally of late and im not ready to start weaning process yet anyway however bit worried bout the no bottle business...

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    JFB I never get AF until I've fully weaned. Some people get it earlier though so i might be. Wow she's really growing up isn't she? As for bottles, Scarlett refused bottles as well. for me, I need to start them on bottles from birth (just one a week) so they get used to it. Sometimes by 6 months if they won't take it it can be a bit of a battle.

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    Happy half birthday E! JFB I have had 2 AF cycles since I stopped BFing, which was at 4 months. So it took around 3-4 months from when I stopped BFing.


 

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