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    Hey Del,

    Hang in there, I really do think this clomid cycle will work. I know you don't want to get your hopes up but I feel it will work. You would have started it by now. How's it going?

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    Angelini thanks for the support and don't worry, I'll update here lol. I'll update MOnday after the blood test too :-)

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    A fair bit of side effects. Crazy dreams, terrible headaches, nausea, ovary pain. And this is only the 3rd day, and I haven't taken it for the day yet lol

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    it sounds good mmb!! fingers crossed that in only one week you get to hear a beautiful hb!! i too waited quite long to join a dig and in the end they are all in Facebook instead of the dig and i don't want ti do Facebook for this...

    hang it there del side effects sound pretty awful... hopefully it will work and you will get your BFP! I do hope so!!

    I am going well... 29 weeks!! not long to go and this little one is definitely a ninja! i have bell's palsy and cannot move left side of my face... not even blink... but baby is safe and is temporary...

    love and good luck to everyone!

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    Great that the bloods are still going great MMB! I waited a while to join a DIG too, most of mine seemed to be hanging out in FB but, like you Adora, I didn't want to do the FB thing for this. Thankfully there's a handful of us June ladies who are on here and keeping and eye on each other's progress.

    Del - I hope the clomid does the trick to get you ovulating properly. Sucks big time that there are so many nasty side effects, oh I hope so much that you only need it for a month or 2!!!

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    Me too stretched. It's killing me. I've had a shocking headache which even forte hasn't lifted for 3 days now :/ if 3 cycles don't work he'll put the dosage up. Bloody hell I'm going to end up in hospital lol

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    I hope you dont need more than one cycle Del!

    Thats good news MMB so glad your bloods were going up

    Yay Adora for 29 weeks it is going quick

    Stretched its nearly June! OMG. I am not on fb so stick to my DIG here which is a little quiet but oh well

    20weeks for us :-O booked in for our anatomy scan on Monday. I cant believe that bub will be here before we know it.

    It is so lovely that the familiar faces still pop in here



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    Oh I don't know why my mind is doing this to me again!

    I'm looking to pass a milestone each day and I think that realistically, I have passed milestones for each off my pregnancies last year (they all ended well before 6 weeks from memory), the next one to get past is the blighted ovum in late 2011.

    I am petrified that when I get to the scan next Friday they'll find another blighted ovum and the sac will be empty. I don't think I'll cope if that happens. I know that before I even get to that my HCG needs to have risen to around 13360 on Monday morning as it was 3340 on Thursday but surely if it was going to rise to that level I'd be feeling more ill than I am, I'm barely feeling ill at all. I don't know why but today I am just terribly anxious. How do I get past the fear of finding an empty sac at the scan?

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    Del, I hope you only need one cycle of Clomid. It took us two so fingers crossed for you!!

    Lama, 20 weeks wow!! Best of luck at the scan. Bubs will be here before you know it

    Mymiraclebubba, all I can suggest is that no matter what you think/say/stress to yourself, nothing can change the outcome of the baby growing inside you. You can worry all you want but if its not meant to be it won't be. By the same token, if your bubba is meant to be then no matter what you think, your bubba will be.
    For what it's worth, I have a feeling that little miracle growing inside you will be in your arms in about 8 months

    Afm, I meet my little lady in 12 sleeps!!!!

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    FTM - How exciting, 12 sleeps! Wishing you all the best for a safe and trouble free delivery.

    Thanks everyone for my little meltdown yesterday. I don't know why it hit me all of a sudden. I went out and did some shopping, called a girlfriend and had a big cry then made dinner and chilled for the evening watching a movie with DP. Feeling better this morning, well at least for now lol. I'm up and down like a yoyo at the moment with emotions.

    Last blood test in the morning before the scan, numbers have risen to around 11300.

    Hope everyone is well.


 

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