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    Great news Jen! x Happy TWW! Oh no Bel, hope he's ok.

    CD13 and still no O - blindingly white OPKs

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    Thanks ladies, we've been in theatre and are all stitched up and heading home after 2 massive days at the hospy.
    Having a glass of red and early night !

    Hope OPK's start changing soon for your Mrs J

    Hope your embie is snuggling in Jen x

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    All the best Jen!

    Sorry to hear of the fall Bel! Sounds quite serious. Hoping for a quick recovery!

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    How's he doing today Bel?

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    Gl for the tww jenjenOo, sorry to hear of your ds's fall bel, hope he's doing ok now at home. Mrsjaguar have you o yet?

    AFM, finally home from holiday, we had our floorboards sanded stained and polished while we were away so now it's clean up, putting furniture back as well as unpacking from the camping trip- I'm exhausted at the thought of it!

    Here is a cool pic taken from behind a waterfall on one of our walks on holidayImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1399160574.189514.jpg

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    Looks stunning, lovely! What a beautiful sight.

    No O here. Trying hard not to get disappointed. Plus, looks like hubby will be going overseas for a month with work, so I might end up on solo duty for our first frozen cycle. Uggggggh!

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    Noooo.
    We'll be here for you.

    My DP is going away to Perth tomorrow for an undisclosed amount of time so, I have plenty of time to support yoy emotionally!

    Glad you have a fantastic holiday Chiefsgirl. Good luck with getting everything back in order!

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    Bugger for no O yet mrs jag :-(

    Holiday and new floors sounds awesome chiefs! Pic is divine

    Thanks for everyone's wishes, DS had a great 13hr sleep last night, he was so knackered. All going ok x

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    Hi All,

    I finally had my appointment with Dr Smith. What a lovely man and so thorough. He totally eased my anxieties if we ever have to do another egg collection. I had a fairly traumatic experience last time, I woke up during EPU and then had severe OHSS and was hospitalised with 8kg of extra fluid and ovaries the size of mount franklin bottles. We went through my records and they had collected 16 good quality eggs, craziness, I have 3 frosties to use.

    Anyway I have been given letrozole (Femara) to stimulate O and the choice to try a sneaky cycle and if that works to do FET. I was going to just use our frosties but randomly (as it is with my irregular cycles) AF showed up today so I might try a sneaky cycle as I doubt WFC has my paper work yet with Dr's instructions.

    So feeling a bit positive, crossing fingers for a sneaky femara pregnancy, but not holding out because clomid made me O but didn't give me a bub.

    MrsJaguar what cycle day are you on now? When i did clomid my cycles were 35 days so I didn't O until around day 21/22 so don't lose hope.

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    So glad you had a reassuring appt hon, that is so lovely to hear. I'm CD16 now & still negative OPKs... Clearblue monitor says High, but who knows? Hubby is going away in a few days, so we're cutting it down to the wire to even have a CHANCE at this cycle. Otherwise, if no O after day 21/22, I'll be back on progesterone.


 

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