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    Quote Originally Posted by Bin13 View Post
    Hi all, I've been MIA for a while and not following along. I've been taking a break from TTC (sort of). DH was away for feb so we were out for that month. I really enjoyed the break from temping and thinking about TTC all the time. I went to the gyno and got tests underway and all normal so far which means next step is to have laparoscopy to check my tubes. I don't want to go down the assisted road so if there is a problem, that will be it for us. If not and we fall into the unexplained box, I will give it another year then call it quits. We are getting a fur sister for my DS which is occupying my thoughts and I'm much more relaxed about TTC. If it happens it happens. I'm due for AF around the 22nd. I won't be testing early. Good luck to everyone, I'll follow along as best I can. Here's a photo of our fur baby. Too young to bring home yet. Can't wait! Attachment 51433
    Nawww! So cute!!! Trying to work out the breed, Labrador? Gorgeous anyways. It's great that you have been able to relax more, hopefully that's all you needed. Fx you will get your bub before stopping.

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    She's a Groodle (golden retriever x poodle).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bin13 View Post
    She's a Groodle (golden retriever x poodle).
    I almost said retriever. So cute. One of my boys is a poodle x cavalier, it helps that because of the poodle x they hardly shed. Great when they come inside, although my cattle x kelpie more than makes up for that with his hair hahaha

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    @Bin13 - sooooo cute!! I've pretty much convinced DH that we need to buy a house so I can have a dog again. I miss having one!!!!


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    I can't stop burping pork crackling.

    I've had beef nachos, dumplings, beer, margeuritas and mojitos in between, but am still burping crackling after 10hrs. Very weird.

    Not saying it 's a symptom. Just find it weird.


    Me = 34, DH = 34
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    Now I'm starting to have boob sensitivity. Might give up the booze for the next few days and see what happens!


    Me = 34, DH = 34
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    I can't stop burping pork crackling.

    I've had beef nachos, dumplings, beer, margeuritas and mojitos in between, but am still burping crackling after 10hrs. Very weird.

    Not saying it 's a symptom. Just find it weird.


    Me = 34, DH = 34
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    OMG.....literally LOLed! So funny!
    No, sorry, not a symptom! Pork crackling will do that to you....the boobs might be a symptom tho!

    P.s. Aren't you supposed to be DTD? Why are you on BH? Go make that bebe!

    P.p.s. Very jealous.....I want to eat all that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessiW View Post
    Love this post 😄 so positive. Made me smile.

    Our FS thinks our main issue seems to be not enough of DHs swimmers getting through so hopefully IUI will work for us if I'm not UTD this month. He gave us a video to watch on IVF which showed the injections. I'm not sure how I would go at injecting myself, although like you said I'm sure you would get used to it.
    Kee hee hee.....thanks.

    Yeah, I think IUI has a good chance with the casual swimmers, give them a good wash, and put them where they need to be!

    I really didn't know how the heck I was going to jab myself, and happened to be away the week I started so couldn't even use DH as a back up, prob good in hind sight, just had to get on with it. First few days had nausea after injecting.....prob my vaso response to needles, but just gave myself time to recover, and a mini Magnum ice cream! I think it helps to have a fat roll with not many nerves to put the needle into.....so get onto those tim tams just in case!

    Fx you're UTD and won't need to start IUI!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OIC View Post
    Kee hee hee.....thanks.

    Yeah, I think IUI has a good chance with the casual swimmers, give them a good wash, and put them where they need to be!

    I really didn't know how the heck I was going to jab myself, and happened to be away the week I started so couldn't even use DH as a back up, prob good in hind sight, just had to get on with it. First few days had nausea after injecting.....prob my vaso response to needles, but just gave myself time to recover, and a mini Magnum ice cream! I think it helps to have a fat roll with not many nerves to put the needle into.....so get onto those tim tams just in case!

    Fx you're UTD and won't need to start IUI!
    Lol! Yeh that is a great excuse for eating the good stuff! Tim tams for sure, and Cadbury chocolate of course 😉. Fx I won't need it but at least if we aren't UTD this cycle then we have something to look forward to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    I can't stop burping pork crackling.

    I've had beef nachos, dumplings, beer, margeuritas and mojitos in between, but am still burping crackling after 10hrs. Very weird.

    Not saying it 's a symptom. Just find it weird.


    Me = 34, DH = 34
    TTC #1 for 2 years. OI: Sept '13: BFP (chem), Oct '13: BFN, Dec '13: BFN
    Bahahaha!!! Wow you have had quite the Mexican feast! How awesome is pork crackling! Hope you were able to DTD


 

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