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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    bec I would just ask them to do the works. It's quite a few vials, but at least then you are fully aware of what may cause problems TTC and carrying a baby to term. A scan would also be in order. Normal gps can get both of these organised for you. I'd try to find one that has a little more knowledge and confidence in this area. All the best hon. No one should be letting you go that long without AF and not doing more.

    Both can be bulk-billed too - just ask.
    Would it be worth looking up one with a Diploma of Obstetics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlotchedTabby View Post
    Would it be worth looking up one with a Diploma of Obstetics?

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    I hadn't really thought of that... I was more just wanting to see someone before the Gynae as I can't wait anymore, it's driving me insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    Haha calstar. Who said the phrase, u or dp? Would be funnier if he said it to u.

    Afm dp messaged me from France just before. I miss him so much already.

    I have been thinking about seeing a new gp. At cd125 I don't think I can't wait for a gynae. Does anyone have suggestions on what blood tests etc I should ask for?
    Like others said, a good obtestric diploma gp should know but
    Thyroid function test
    Vitamin d - particuarly for pcos I just read

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    I hadn't really thought of that... I was more just wanting to see someone before the Gynae as I can't wait anymore, it's driving me insane.
    Normal gps might be a bit clueless depending who you see...someone with a diploma of obstetrics is more likely to know what to look for maybe, even though obstetrics is at the other end of ttc usually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post

    Dp is on his way to Scotland. Missing him so much.
    Lucky duck! Love Scotland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    I hadn't really thought of that... I was more just wanting to see someone before the Gynae as I can't wait anymore, it's driving me insane.
    Just looked up vitamin d again. Apparently it can really help regulate cycles. They recommend to have a 1000ui capsule every day that you are not in direct sunlight for 15 minutes

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    Bec, these are all the tests I had done last week:
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    I had a few others when I had my preconception checkup many moons ago, where they pretty much check whether you're deficient in anything (Iron, Vit D, etc)

    Get a Fasting Insulin & glucose tests done. I've read that insulin resistance comes hand in hand with pcos.
    I don't have pcos but do have insulin resistance though.

    I would definitely get a pelvic ultrasound too. Get them to have a good look at those ovaries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin859 View Post
    Sorry.

    Lololololololololololol.

    I did actually like what your DP said after depositing!

    How are you going anyways Calstar? Everything settled down after the last couple of hectic months you had???


    Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012
    That's better!

    Yeh, things have settled down a lot.
    I think now Nan has been at rest for a few months, the huge emotional struggle has passed. We all still miss her very much & always will but like everything the pain lessens with time.
    DH's BFF seems to be getting his life into a bit more order than before & we only tend to see him every other weekend, which is good as I really do enjoy DH and I's weekends together because we work so hard during the week.
    Work is still busy, but I'm not doing the hours I was doing during that crazy period. Just a tad more than my contracted hours, so not too bad!

    So, yup...just the ttc journey stress left now! Lol

    Blah blah blah blah essay! Haha

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    Thanks so much for checking up on me Munch!
    I hope you are doing well x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Just looked up vitamin d again. Apparently it can really help regulate cycles. They recommend to have a 1000ui capsule every day that you are not in direct sunlight for 15 minutes
    I will ask them to check it before I buy yet another supplement. I had to stop vitex/b6 cause they were giving me migraines.
    @Calstar thanks so much for that! X


 

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