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    Cool im with dr mark livingstone

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    Started my synarel spray today doesnt taste to good made me fell sick and my nose had a pain in it like the one you get when you jump in a pool and forget to block your nose and im only assuming this is all normal hopefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francesthecat View Post
    Hi Veritas,

    Sorry to hear of your troubles in getting that emby back in. I got cancelled once while I the chair and had to have mine re frozen too. Not a very pleasant experience.

    I also had a D&C and hyseterscopy on Monday 13 th May. Not too bad, just cramps afterwards and 1 week of light spotting.
    I'm set for my FET as soon as AF flow comes, as it is supposed to aid in implantation. Only time will tell.

    I'm with Monash at Clayton, for my cancelled transfer they bulk billed my next FET, I only paid a small fee of around $ 150.00 which was not covered by medicare.

    This time I'm doing a HRT cycle, with some luteal phase support.

    Best of luck
    Did you have the same thing happen as I did in terms of transfer? Unlucky me found out today we would get no carry over or refund for our fet :-(

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    Someone please slap me or send me a cup of cement. Sitting outside the hospital where I just dropped off my pre admission forms and can't stop crying! It wasn't supposed to be this hard! I feel so darn guilty that we could have had a deposit for our first home if my body had let this work even the first, second or third time, yet here we are with next to no savings now, no baby and moving in with my parents. It's not supposed to be this way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veritas View Post
    Someone please slap me or send me a cup of cement. Sitting outside the hospital where I just dropped off my pre admission forms and can't stop crying! It wasn't supposed to be this hard! I feel so darn guilty that we could have had a deposit for our first home if my body had let this work even the first, second or third time, yet here we are with next to no savings now, no baby and moving in with my parents. It's not supposed to be this way!

    Im not sure if this will help much but how about a whole heap of




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    Quote Originally Posted by Veritas View Post
    Someone please slap me or send me a cup of cement. Sitting outside the hospital where I just dropped off my pre admission forms and can't stop crying! It wasn't supposed to be this hard! I feel so darn guilty that we could have had a deposit for our first home if my body had let this work even the first, second or third time, yet here we are with next to no savings now, no baby and moving in with my parents. It's not supposed to be this way!
    Oh Veritas! Virtual hugs x a million sent your way. I cant imagine how you are feeling, the financial burden is so hard it compunds everything else we are feeling. Dam medicare need to realise its the ones who struggle to have kids that need the financial assistance not those who fall pregnant by accident. I was saying to a friend the other day, by the time we get pregnant I would have used up all my sick/annual leave and all our savings! And then Ill have to return to work to just support our new family!

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    Zillions and zillions of warm squishy hugs Veritas. I hope you feel better soon. You're right, it's not supposed to be this hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veritas View Post
    Someone please slap me or send me a cup of cement. Sitting outside the hospital where I just dropped off my pre admission forms and can't stop crying! It wasn't supposed to be this hard! I feel so darn guilty that we could have had a deposit for our first home if my body had let this work even the first, second or third time, yet here we are with next to no savings now, no baby and moving in with my parents. It's not supposed to be this way!
    The financial side really upsets me too. Such a small issue but renders us childless so for what takes the doctors five seconds to overcome costs us thousands leaves us savingsless


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    Sorry for the me post but Im so


    Just got confirmation that my hormones are where they should be for this time in my cycle (DPO7) so fx that we finally succeed and there is a naturally conceived lil bub growing inside me.




    If not, very excited/nervous about our FS appt next Tuesday to discuss our findings. Really hoping we will proceed next cycle (CD1 = 29th May) anyone got any experience with how long they make you wait after your return visit to FS?


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    That exciting wishnhope, don't be sorry.

    I wrote a massive post that's seems to have disappeared but long story short, my finances SUCK right now! It's totally unfair but...always a but. I've just found out my friends 10yr old has a brain tumour. My problems seem minimal right about now.


 

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