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    I stressed too!! I ended up with 9, 5 fertilised, lost 2 and the last 2 just took their time and then I lost them.

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    Hi,

    Transfer day for me tomorrow, is it wrong to be excited about that? I feel it's like Christmas eve as a kid!!! It's been such a long wait, particularly as this is my first one ever after cancelling due to OHSS in April.

    MrsCarlton, are you casual or on contract/permanent? I work in HR and I can assure you if you are contract/permanent they can't fire you based on absence due to health reasons, but you would have to tell them why you were off work. Then again, I suppose after all this you probably don't want (or need) to be working for this boss again. I'm lucky with my bosses, they are all very supportive, but there are few a-holes out there who probably have a wife at home with a couple of kids which they had no issues whatsoever conceiving. Makes me mad sometimes!!

    xx

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    Best of luck Loolu!!!

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    It depends on individual, I went to work after my EPU the 2nd cycle. I don't feel great, but I did it. Just because I would like take a day off after my transfer.

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    Hi, Cue It depends on individual, I went to work after my EPU the 2nd cycle. I don't feel great, but I did it. Just because I would like take a day off after my transfer.

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    Early congrats Hoots & Sariele I hopeyour BTs confirm the HPTs.

    And good luck Loolu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loolu View Post
    Hi,

    Transfer day for me tomorrow, is it wrong to be excited about that? I feel it's like Christmas eve as a kid!!! It's been such a long wait, particularly as this is my first one ever after cancelling due to OHSS in April.

    MrsCarlton, are you casual or on contract/permanent? I work in HR and I can assure you if you are contract/permanent they can't fire you based on absence due to health reasons, but you would have to tell them why you were off work. Then again, I suppose after all this you probably don't want (or need) to be working for this boss again. I'm lucky with my bosses, they are all very supportive, but there are few a-holes out there who probably have a wife at home with a couple of kids which they had no issues whatsoever conceiving. Makes me mad sometimes!!

    xx
    It's just a casual job as a dental nurse just to pay the bills and support my photography business. I don't want to work for someone like that!

    We had our first injection tonight! Didn't hurt a bit!!! I felt it but no pain! Phew...but I know I will have ten minutes of freaking out squealing every night but no pain yay!

    Hoots and sariel! Yay stickies to both of you woohoo

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    Hi Everyone ,
    Because I am new here it's hard to keep up with where everyone is at with their cycles but I hope your all well and being supported through your journey.

    Im finding it a little more challenging this time being that we are keeping this one a secret ... Hence why I'm here to vent .. Sorry it sends me a bit crazy

    Tomorrow I'm having blood test and scan ! Praying these follicles are doing what they are supposed to do.

    Loads of love x

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    Good luck sariele and hoots. All mine have been bfn so don't think we've had any luck


 

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