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    I hope it goes ok for you tomorrow Wildside

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    I hope everything goes smoothly for you hon. A d and c this early is pretty straightforward with a quick recovery. At least that's been my experience. If you need to debrief afterwards we are here also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildSide View Post
    Just wanted to touch base, and thank you all for your replies & support. I tried to get in contact with children by choice as they have a interest free loan scheme but I always get their answer machine and they don't call back. But anyway I went for an ultrasound today just for peace of mind this wasn't in my head! There was a sac but too early to see anything else yet. I'm booked into options clinic tomorrow, it'll cost $490 and I've borrowed the money from family. I'm wasn't able to apply for a centrelink loan as my last one was payed off in September from May this year and you can only apply once a year. I've got a friend bringing me home, all the way from Brisbane to the Gold Coast, he's a champ of a guy and I'm so grateful this is going to all happen now. I did ring the clinic and they said they do the surgical procedure from 4-5 weeks so I was just unlucky the phone line I rang werent honest. Anyway just thought you deserved to know seeing as though you were kind enough to help me. Dust and clean tomorrow

    Im so glad you ok,. Good luck.

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