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    Thanks Del, I need everything crossed and prayers like mad right now.

    Lama, we know exactly when I ovulated and implanted, I temped the whole cycle :-(

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    more hugs from here. i too am crossing fingers and toes. you are in my thoughts. good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymiraclebubba View Post
    So I'm a mess, my numbers are back and they didn't go up as much as they hoped. HCG is 8,800, progesterone 50, oestrogen 1300. HCG needed to bea round 11000 for them to be happy, they say it could go either way and we won't know until the scan on Friday morning. I also have to have more bloods done on Monday next. I feel absolutely heartbroken and afraid. I don't think I can do this again, not now.
    I'm so sorry... I'm so afraid to get the same news it's so hard, the anxiety is crippling... We need to take one step at a time.... I know it's hard & I need to take this advice, we can't change what will happen, we just need to ride it out... I hope things take a positive turn for you.. Hold on a little longer xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    Marttc no sure if you remember me from the miscarriage support thread eons ago but just wanted to say congratulations on your BFP!! : celebrate:
    I hope it all goes fabulously for you and your bubba
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    Yes I do... I see congratulations is in order, how far along are you? X

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretched View Post
    MARTTC - congratulations. I saw your thread worried about no symptoms and have been holding my breath for you hoping this is the one! Great bloods so far, I'm sure Tues will be even better. It's just always such a looooong wait for that scan!

    With DD I didn't have symptoms apart from sore nipples and the odd tugging feeling until 8 weeks when the nausea kicked in (good and proper!). Angel1 and this bub the nausea started at 6 weeks. Angel2 was the only one with few symptoms but my levels never rose properly either. So don't worry as each of us, and each pregnancy, is different - plenty of time for morning sickness yet!!!
    Thanks spud!

    Stretched - so scared about tomorrow, lucky I'm pretty busy tomorrow so while I'm waiting ill be as distracted as possible. Still no bloody symptoms!!! I had a headache Saturday night - that's it!

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    MMB, those levels would be well within the 72 hour doubling range which is still good - generally they like 48 hour doubling but if you look at the data (ugh, trust me I did with the way my levels were creeping up with angelbub2) there's quite a large spread of good ranges.

    I should also say that this bub measured 5 days behind at my 7wk scan and was 100% certain on when he was conceived. Measured spot on at 19 weeks and is now measuring in 60th percentile (so above average).

    We'll all be waiting to hear how that scan goes on Friday - good luck taking your mind off it all until then!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARTTC View Post
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    Yes I do... I see congratulations is in order, how far along are you? X
    10 sleeps to go!

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    OMG... That's so exciting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARTTC View Post
    OMG... That's so exciting!
    It is thank you. She's definitely a long time coming

    I wish you an uneventful blissful 8 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    It is thank you. She's definitely a long time coming

    I wish you an uneventful blissful 8 months
    Thanks x


 

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