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

    At the hospital waiting for one of the three appointments today
    Hope it's in and out lol
    I'm thinking ill pop on and see the ivf clinic we used to say hi today little board hope everyone has a great day x

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

    Going home! OMG I'm so excited

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Beta View Post
    Going home! OMG I'm so excited
    Now the fun begins exciting

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    Hooray Beta!!! That is awesome news!

    I am not worried about our cat sleeping on anyone or even getting near the baby at all. He is very much a sleep next to me cat, and only me. I am so worried that he will take off when he hears the new addition crying or being a baby. He gets a bit funny when his routine is changed, and I just need to stop being selfish and get him use to night sleeps in the lounge. He can still have day naps with me. The dog I am not worried about at all... cat just worried he is going to up and leave and I would be devastated.

    SL we where thinking of it, Spoke to our OB about it and he is pretty cruisie kind of guy. He said that as we don't have any genetic diseases for either of us and the amount of research that has been done only a limited amount at this stage he said not to bother about it, so we have decided not too. We have cancer on both sides of the family but he didn't seem to worried. We didn't really look into it too much after that, but I can see the benefits, we are just going off his recommendations

    However we are thinking (all going well) of delayed cord clamping. Where they don't clamp the umbilical cord until it stops pulsing as this last bit of nutrients are very healthy for your baby after the shock of coming to the outside world.

    Anyways, think I might head for a swim... it is hot here today!

    Hope your wait isn't too long Mrs S

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

    Ok so appointments were good my GD is under control and I only have to stay on night insulin woo hoo
    Little miss is head down I'm booked in for another scan on the 22/1 for another growth scan then we will see if I'm going to be induced we discussed possibly at 38wks if she's to big
    But there happy I'm happy

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

    I'm happy your happy mrs Simmons all sounds good!!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by mrsoptomistic View Post
    If my hospital offered it SL - I'd do it :-)
    If it was free it would be a no brainer but I jut don't know that we can afford forking out at least $1600 within the first couple of weeks of baby being born

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beta View Post
    Going home! OMG I'm so excited
    Yaaaay how exciting good luck xxx

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Nala9000 View Post
    Hooray Beta!!! That is awesome news!

    I am not worried about our cat sleeping on anyone or even getting near the baby at all. He is very much a sleep next to me cat, and only me. I am so worried that he will take off when he hears the new addition crying or being a baby. He gets a bit funny when his routine is changed, and I just need to stop being selfish and get him use to night sleeps in the lounge. He can still have day naps with me. The dog I am not worried about at all... cat just worried he is going to up and leave and I would be devastated.

    SL we where thinking of it, Spoke to our OB about it and he is pretty cruisie kind of guy. He said that as we don't have any genetic diseases for either of us and the amount of research that has been done only a limited amount at this stage he said not to bother about it, so we have decided not too. We have cancer on both sides of the family but he didn't seem to worried. We didn't really look into it too much after that, but I can see the benefits, we are just going off his recommendations

    However we are thinking (all going well) of delayed cord clamping. Where they don't clamp the umbilical cord until it stops pulsing as this last bit of nutrients are very healthy for your baby after the shock of coming to the outside world.

    Anyways, think I might head for a swim... it is hot here today!

    Hope your wait isn't too long Mrs S
    Thanks Nala will be interesting to hear what our OB says about it tomorrow

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

    How is it that I have done so much cleaning and organizing today but the house is still a mess lol!!! Arrgghh!!! Getting there though


 

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