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    Default IVF Babies due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #4

    For those going to appts and want to know how far they are engaged till birth, ask what stage of engagement the baby is ( 1-5) my baby was stage 5 two weeks before birth and stage 3 the day before labour. At stage 5 the doc predicted 2 weeks and was one day out.

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    Default IVF Babies due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #4

    So much has happened...I have been without coverage for some days on the tail end of my trip...home now but will have to catch up tomorrow on everyone's posts. Nala you look great!!

    I have we'll, got OB appt this week and classes start tomorrow night. Now to get unpacking and then sleep as I need a good sleep in my own bed!!!

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    Default IVF Babies due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #4

    DH doesn't like to take shots unless the pooch is in the photo too

    Beta, going to ask at next app re stages. Think something is going on, getting a small amount of pain when I get BH now. Though can't come before the weekend as my new washing machine gets delivered! V excited.

    Anyone's pets still sleeping with them? I've been dreading putting my cat out but it's getting so close now that he will have be locked in the lounge room. Feel bad about it though. Anyway, the big topics get me up at dawn lol

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    Default IVF Babies due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #4

    Got up at 7.30 this morning - had some beeline and went back to bed to watch tv - just woke up and it's 10.30!! Suppose I better get up and stay up now haha!!

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    Beeline lol supposed to say breakfast

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    Default IVF Babies due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #4

    My cat still sleeps in our room with us (she sleeps on the floor). She's never in her three years ever sat on us (she doesn't mind cuddling up next to us but has never ever perched herself on us) so we've gotten over the fear that she might launch herself in her kitty-fearsomeness at James and suffocate him. Besides it might take the little porky a bit too much effort to get into the bassinet we did worry at the start about her being in the same room as him but she's never been curious so we just left it alone.

    The 50kg rotty on the other hand we've kept a strict eye on him and he stays outside mostly and is only in the house on supervised visits lol. He gets the most curious look when he can hear James cry but generally he's surprised us at how good he has been. This has been the same dog that in the past has looked like he wanted to have a nice nibble/suckle on our friends babies lol.

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    Default IVF Babies due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #4

    Anyone going to be doing cord blood and / or tissue banking - we need to make a decision and not sure what to do...

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    If my hospital offered it SL - I'd do it :-)

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    Ps: I also considered having my placenta dried and 'capsulised' but my hospital doesn't do that either...!

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    Default IVF Babies due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #4

    Well my ob appointment was a waste of time!!!! 45 min waiting time for a blood pressure, squeeze on the bladder and heart rate check. Matter of 5 min. Baby not engages yet


 

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