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    Cd19 blood test today. I'm reeeeeally hoping doc calls me tomorrow to confirm they've caught the surge. Otherwise I've only got 2 referrals left, and my doc is only in wed & thur so she won't be here to read results. Worst case will have to get another doc check them as I'll need to know if I need more referrals. Surely won't go past cd23 O, it's never been later than cd20 in the past.

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    What do you need referrals for?


    Me = 34, DH = 34
    TTC #1 for 2 years. OI: Sept '13: BFP (chem), Oct '13: BFN, Dec '13: BFN

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    Hopefully they will catch it MrsT

    Shrillian she needs them for cycle tracking

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    How frustrating to need multiples for cycle monitoring! I only mean in the sense that it's a cycle - give enough to cover the month!!!


    Me = 34, DH = 34
    TTC #1 for 2 years. OI: Sept '13: BFP (chem), Oct '13: BFN, Dec '13: BFN

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    What do you need referrals for?


    Me = 34, DH = 34
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    Every blood test needs it's own referral. She gave me enough to get me to cd23 in our initial appt

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    When I had my tracking the dr wrote out a repeating referral which means I didn't have to go back they photocopied the referral and carried out the tests each day. They do it with inr (warfarin) blood tests too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LysnDan View Post
    When I had my tracking the dr wrote out a repeating referral which means I didn't have to go back they photocopied the referral and carried out the tests each day. They do it with inr (warfarin) blood tests too.


    Omg I so needed one of these, just had a nightmare of a morning trying to get my bt done! Pathology was meant to get the referral yesterday, so I rock up at 8 this morning with all 3 kids as I wanted to take DD to a dance trial at 9:15, I wait 25min..no referral there, I'm ****ed as DD will now have to miss out, go take boys to school and call clinic to yell at them they will organize to resend it. Drop boys off and go back to pathology place. No refferal, clinic calls to say fax won't go through so we organize for it to be faxed to attached dr surgery, fax fails 4 times. Organize for it to be emailed to dr surgery as pathology have no computer. Email doesn't arrive, turns out the Internet is down in that whole block. I can't get it emailed to me as my new laptop isn't connected to the printer yet (wifi only and I don't know the password, have my laptop hardwired to adsl). Decide to book into the doc there to just get it done but figure out that it wont work as doc wont be able to fax/email results. Pathologist finally *clicks* and she writes up a temporary form for me! Blood test done. Now to await the results....

    Next time (if there is one) I am so getting 10 bt requests sent for me to use! Too stressful!
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    Omg HOF what a morning!!!

    I've never seen a repeat referral before, that would have been good. Except pathology doesn't have a photocopier so probably couldn't anyway.

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    My goodness, HOF! Is your pathology living in the dark ages?!?


    Me = 34, DH = 34
    TTC #1 for 2 years. OI: Sept '13: BFP (chem), Oct '13: BFN, Dec '13: BFN

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    I know! Top that all off, DD is being the queen of tantrums today. I have given up trying to do anything non essential and she has crashed in my lap on the couch.


 

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