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    Congrats to shell and good luck to del!

    My blood test results round 1 came back, every thing looked good except my hormone levels of ost/test were a little below/above the norm. The doc and i will discuss more when i have my 2nd blood test on day 21 of cycle but so far im pretty much in the clear from pcos, but i did get advised to try and loose some weight either way. I wish my job didnt leave me so exhausted because i really do want to exercise more!

    And DP has finally bought and started taking macca power powder, so we shall see how that works...

    Best wishes and baby dust for all ♡

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    Thinking of you today Del!!

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    I'm home. Very relieved as I'm not vomiting like I usually do with GA's. The anesthesist said it's usually the gas that causes it and just used the drip for the anesthetic.

    I'm sore but in much better shape than i expected. but then I've had 2 c/s.... and I don't know any results for 4 bloody weeks until I see the gyno There is only 2 incisions though, which tells me he didn't need to cut/burn/remove anything. When they do it's 3 to 4 incisions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I'm home. Very relieved as I'm not vomiting like I usually do with GA's. The anesthesist said it's usually the gas that causes it and just used the drip for the anesthetic.

    I'm sore but in much better shape than i expected. but then I've had 2 c/s.... and I don't know any results for 4 bloody weeks until I see the gyno There is only 2 incisions though, which tells me he didn't need to cut/burn/remove anything. When they do it's 3 to 4 incisions.
    Make sure you take it easy Del. I thought I was fine after my lap but it really hit me the next day! Can't believe they make you wait so long. My FS came and saw when I woke up to let me know what they had done. Hope it's all good news for you though!

    AFM currently wairing in my FS waiting room to see her to get things going for my FSH Injections, hoping this is what we need for our sticky BFP!

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    Glad you are feeling ok Del! I vomited for two days after my lap! That is such a long wait for the results! Can you speak to your specialist over the phone or something?

    Me - 30, Dh - 38 ttc #1 since June 2011
    natural bfn June 2012 - mc 5.5 weeks; 4 cycles clomid; 1 unsuccessful ivf.

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    Nope I have to wait I was like that with the other GA's I've had too phee. Puked and puked till I was dry wrenching for two whole days! It was hell! But not even the slightest amount of nausea or dizziness. It's def the gas anesthetic that does it to me, so he told me to only ask for it in the line from now on.

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    Del - good to hear it went much better this time around.

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    Sore as hell today and I wrecked the patch the hospital gave me so poor DH is at the chemist I should post a photo of my tummy last night - I look and feel pg my belly is so huge from all the gas and swelling. You were right Teej.... much worse day 2. I should have known as this is how a c/s is, it sets in on the 2nd day.

    Ahhh well, I'll get better soon and thankfully it's the weekend so I have DH to look after me.

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    The gas was the worst - it put one of my ribs out of place and I had insane back& shoulder pain until the physio fixed my rib!

    Me - 30, Dh - 38 ttc #1 since June 2011
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    So I have a dilemma - to test or not to test... Why I would even entertain the idea of being pregnant is beyond me - after 2.5 years of bfn's the chance of me conceiving naturally between ivf attempts is practically zero, but the symptoms are playing with my mind! Currently day 24 and ovulated day 13 - 11 dpo isn't too early to test is it? The other thing is dh's brother who lives overseas is coming home on Tuesday for a couple of weeks so it would be the perfect time to announce to his family... I feel like I need to just stop fantasizing, be sensible and just wait for af...

    Me - 30, Dh - 38 ttc #1 since June 2011
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