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    Big hugs Lotty xx it is such a hard process we put ourselves through and you've done fantastically lasting 10 years. Fingers crossed that last frosty brings you the BFP you've been longing for.

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    Also, big hugs from me, Lotty. You are so brave to put in so many years of effort. All the best for the last one.

    How is everyone doing?

    Net: Haven't heard from you about your Dr visit.
    Caketin: T-1?
    Wishnhope: when is your next visit?

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    Big hugs to you Lotty. You are so brave for enduring 10 years of ivf. All thoughts go out to you and your little frosty. Xx

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    Caketin Its your big day!! Any movement on the home front?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    Wishnhope: when is your next visit?
    We had our Nurses appt on Monday and our counselling session is this afternoon. After this is just a matter of waiting for the wicked witch and its all systems go!!

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    Well, today is my due date...don't think this baby has got the message. I've been having irregular contractions since Monday but nothing to say that the baby is going to join us anytime soon! Ob appointment this afternoon so we'll see what he says but I'd prefer not to be induced and go naturally so I'll be living on the fitball until then and see what happens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caketin View Post
    Well, today is my due date...don't think this baby has got the message. I've been having irregular contractions since Monday but nothing to say that the baby is going to join us anytime soon! Ob appointment this afternoon so we'll see what he says but I'd prefer not to be induced and go naturally so I'll be living on the fitball until then and see what happens!
    Good Luck!!!

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    All the best caketin.

    Lubelu: i dont recall. When are you going in for the surgery?

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    I had my initial appointment with the surgeon on Tuesday and I'm booked in to be a gastric sleeve on August 6. Apparently ill be healed and eating normally by the time I leave for the USA at the end of September. I'm so excited. I can't wait to get this part of my life started.

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    Thanks for asking about my Dr visit.

    I went for my FS appointment and got the referral for the ultrasound and Hysterosalpingam but Jequier didn't like the list of meds and wasn't co-operative about prescribing what she knew the alternatives would be. I was told to go back to the Barbados clinic and get a list of meds that are available in Australia and exact dosages. They don't understand why the FS needs that much information and the co-ordinator did a letter but it isn't a script signed by the Barbados FS so I don't know if Dr Jequier will accept it. She would do the Synarel and one of the others but one she pointed at and said, she wasn't sure about as it would make it look like an IVF cycle.

    As I was going to travel with someone who had a cooperative Dr, the Barbados staff are finding it hard to understand and also hard to understand why I can't just pop over to Canberra to visit my friend's doctor.

    I asked how much the meds would be and if I could do the whole cycle in Barbados. It would cost me an extra $2000 minimum to do that which I'm not sure about for a 50% success rate, even if they are pretty good blasties.

    I also went back to Tammywho originally offered me embryos from her Thai Clinic to let her know what the Barbados cycle was like and to look at the option of going to Thailand after all but haven't had an answer from her so that is likely not an option. My next thing was to contact a donor co-ordination service but they thought I should just look at egg-donation in South Africa and that isn't really affordable either.

    I feel like I've well and truly hit a brick wall. Honestly, so much has gone wrong lately I feel perhaps I'm not meant to do this. I don't know if I mentioned it before but I've even had dramas trying to get my passport. I'm currently waiting on a new birth certificate to try and get that process started again.

    Hoopla I'm pretty shocked myself. Losing an embryo is just disgraceful beyond words. Good luck with Dr Ambekar. Unfortunately I did not like her much at all. She was my specialist when Dr Jequier went to Pivet for a while and I wasn't happy with her at all and found her unfeeling and unco-operative. She had me in tears at one stage and I told her I found her and her nurse (not Sandy) insensitive and she leapt straight into a defense without apologising.

    Lu best wishes for your surgery. One of the girls at work had it done and I felt so proud for her watching her gradually slim down.

    Wish - good luck!


 

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