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    Quote Originally Posted by Torie View Post
    I also heard boys for IVF and girls for ICSI too
    Not sure about IVF vs ICSI but certainly there seems to be a difference between the day at which they are put back:

    Cleavage transfers - 100.1 boys to every 100 females.
    Blastocyst transfers - 114.3 boys to every 100 girls.

    (Page 48, http://www.aihw.gov.au/publication-d...id=10737423259)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twocam View Post
    Not sure about IVF vs ICSI but certainly there seems to be a difference between the day at which they are put back:

    Cleavage transfers - 100.1 boys to every 100 females.
    Blastocyst transfers - 114.3 boys to every 100 girls.

    (Page 48, http://www.aihw.gov.au/publication-d...id=10737423259)
    I've heard this too. DS was ICSI. We will see what this one is soon

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    Thanks for the suggestions girls. Will try the magnesium if it keeps up!

    Kiwi fruit with the skin on is the best for constipation. Chop it up finely and mix it with yoghurt and you shouldn't notice the fur. Great to remember post birth too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bindy111 View Post
    Thanks for the suggestions girls. Will try the magnesium if it keeps up!

    Kiwi fruit with the skin on is the best for constipation. Chop it up finely and mix it with yoghurt and you shouldn't notice the fur. Great to remember post birth too!
    don't think I could stomach that ATM, maybe blended in a smoothie? I need all the help I can get!

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    As long as you get them down regularly they can work a treat. A couple a day will hopefully keep things moving for you

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    Hey every-one

    Congrats Torte on your scan!
    I'm 8 weeks now! Woot woot!
    For the last few days I thought yay finally the ms was getting better. Then yesterday I had the wrost day yet. I spewed so many times. Today I feel weak but I have no nausea. One day I'm ok then the next day i'm sick. Soup is my food of choice right now. lol

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    Prunes! I found I need to eat about 10 a day to help! Oh and lots of broccoli. I didn't find that pear juice worked with me.

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    Agarol is a laxative and works well fn said was ok to use after transfer but maybe check with pharmacist as well

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    I like cup-a-soup too lately. I've been lucky in not throwing up yet but it doesnt make the nausea any less. I had a pulse scare last night and this morning, was over 110 mostly when its usually around 63 with shortness of breath. Went to GP to have it checked out as well as my spotting that started yesterday. Turns out I have a slight fever and he ordered me to be lying down till the spotting subsides, and to take pulse and temp every hour at home.

    Btw, I found that my nausea is less when watching tv but increases with iPad and pc which is what I use to work of course so trying to use those as little as possible for the next few days. Work has to wait unfortunately, something thats very hard for me not to do!

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    I hope all the nausea settles down soon for everyone feeling yuck.

    My boobs have literally grown overnight, craziness. I'm only a B cup so the extra is nice LOLOL

    6 weeks on Monday, then onto our 7 week scan. We're going to tell our families if all goes well. I've found a cute way to announce it to them, perfect for Easter, can't wait. I'm dying to tell them all.


 

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