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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin859 View Post
    You've not used a heater in that long?!????!!!

    Where do you live??? I need to move there!!!


    Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012
    I only turned the heater on when dp was away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin859 View Post
    You've not used a heater in that long?!????!!!

    Where do you live??? I need to move there!!!


    Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012
    Haha nope. We've not had it on. My dh is allergic to having the heating on or something lol
    But in his defence, we're pretty sure it's not been serviced in quite a few years, so he wanted to get that done before we used it.
    However, I've been freezing so I finally managed to get an electric heater to use in our lounge!
    He was the same in England, I'd turn the heating up & he'd turn it down.
    He's a walking radiator though, whereas I'm part snow woman!
    We live in SA

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    Calstar- that is very creepy and I agree with Munchkin - where on earth do you live that doesn't require heating at this time of year !!!

    Nomie - very glad to hear you are bouncing back 😊
    I understand what you mean when you say ttc again is scary - I feel the same - you sort of lose your innocence I guess when you lose your very first baby. I hope your next BFP is not too far away and that it's a textbook pregnancy.
    P.S - how long does it take for bleeding to stop after a D&C? I'm having one tomorrow & am hoping it doesn't throw off the timing of my next period too much.

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    I hated bleeding post d&c. It varies from person to person due to hormones, but also how much one may have bled prior to d&c and sometimes also can depend on how far along one was. Post pregnancy I usually bleed around 6-7 weeks including spotting, post d&c varied from 3 weeks to only a couple of weeks. When I had a lap and flush done, curette I think it was only as long as a normal period type length. Had it towards the end of August and found out early October that we were pregnant - hope all goes well Miss V and that things clear up soon Nomie so that you can move on a little more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    I hated bleeding post d&c. It varies from person to person due to hormones, but also how much one may have bled prior to d&c and sometimes also can depend on how far along one was. Post pregnancy I usually bleed around 6-7 weeks including spotting, post d&c varied from 3 weeks to only a couple of weeks. When I had a lap and flush done, curette I think it was only as long as a normal period type length. Had it towards the end of August and found out early October that we were pregnant - hope all goes well Miss V and that things clear up soon Nomie so that you can move on a little more.
    Thanks Little Ted - I'm opting for the period type length bleed.

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    Calstar I now think you are more crazy having lived in the UK and him turning heater down... Lived there... No way!!!

    Miss v- thinking of you today.. X

    Afm- ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1375221331.134263.jpg
    Hmmm


    Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012

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    Munchkin you cheeky little devil you!!!! Check out that BFP!!!!!!!
    Congratulations! Sending you sticky positive vibes!!

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    And being from the UK does make 'Australia cold' a little more bearable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin859 View Post
    Calstar I now think you are more crazy having lived in the UK and him turning heater down... Lived there... No way!!!

    Miss v- thinking of you today.. X

    Afm- Attachment 40059
    Hmmm


    Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012
    woohoo congrats

    Sent from my GT-I9100 using The Bub Hub mobile app

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    Thanks guys. I'm not getting too excited just yet.... DH assures me everything will be fine this time...argh!!


    Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012


 

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