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    @MrsTugs, yeah the acupuncturist is happy with my charts because they're relatively stable. Here's hoping it's all otherwise ok. More hormone testing today as my prolactin and DHEA were both elevated on my last blood test.
    @LysnDan thanks, I've got a referral to a FS, just waiting for his office to book an appt (he's not in weds and thurs). I should get a call in the morning. He works for the obstetric group I would go with when I've got my bfp, so I figured if was just easier to see him the whole way through.

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    That's a great plan em. Continual care is always great where possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Clucky you can hear heartbeat from about 7wks (often earlier, but that's a safe date) so you'll be fine. Just request a dating scan and they'll comply.

    Lys, good to see you chick. I've got my hycosi next week I'll be going under general anaesthetic for it. Still tracking, have our follow up appt in 3 weeks so will hopefully have all our results etc then and set up a game plan!
    Wow @MrsTugs, I had the hycosi and I had no anaesthetic at all! Just me on the table with legs in styrrup thingys. It wasnt nice at all so maybe anaesthetic would be good.

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    You are a brave cookie @FiBub76. I found it tough going with an internal u/s!
    My sister had twilight sedation when she did IVF.

    Sounds positive Em! I have no real idea about charts, but I thought they looked quite good.

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    Thanks @clucky_duck. Apart from the temp jump to show you've ovulated I'm a bit useless with charts too haha. If I could stop temping I would. It's a total pain in the @ss really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clucky_duck View Post
    You are a brave cookie @FiBub76. I found it tough going with an internal u/s!
    My sister had twilight sedation when she did IVF.

    Sounds positive Em! I have no real idea about charts, but I thought they looked quite good.
    I wasn't given an option!
    I went to my gp in the morning and got a last minute appt for the HyCoSy that day. They gave me some pill that women take for period pain and I went in and had pelvic u/s then the HyCoSy. I almost fainted on the table lol. I can laugh about it now but during it, I have never felt anything like it!
    Internal u/s didn't really bother me, but it can't even explain what the HyCoSy felt like.....but he'll, it probably isn't as bad as labour pains lol, and I can't wait to be having those one day
    Cd22 today and still trying to bd at least one more time incase I o'd late. Will do a fr test Tues before my gp appt i cases it shows anything (fingers crossed). I will be asking her what steps we can take as it will have been 4 cycles since mc and we want to get a wriggle on ;-)


    Me 38 DH 44. TTC no.1 since April 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clucky_duck View Post
    There's a lot of exciting progress in here lately! Feeling like there will be many BFPs soon!

    Just a quick question...when do you normally have your first scan? Is it your dating scan?
    My gp was going to get me to have a scan at about 5 1/2 weeks (before I miscarried)so they could see if implantation had occurred in the correct place etc.(ie not in Fallopian tube) I think all doctors will be a bit different, the gp I now have does a lot of shared care with obstetricians during pregnancies.
    Is anyone in this group from the central coast (NSW)?


    Me 38 DH 44. TTC no.1 since April 2013.

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    I reckon if I fall in Sept, then I will request from my gp to have an earlier u/s so that hopefully I can confirm things better before we go to the East coast end of Oct. My gp is so lovely. He's the first one to suggest I go and have an u/s to check if I had pcos. All the others just said do a blood test. He's very thorough (I feel so lucky to have found him lol).
    @FiBub76 well I'm sorry you had to go through that with no real pain killers! Not anything good anyway Isn't funny how we look forward to birth/labour. It just means we will be meeting our little bubbas soon after I was talking to my work colleague about how I can't wait to have a big belly to rub. Although by that stage most mums-to-be want the baby out as it's so uncomfortable.

    On another note, was reading about worthwhile things to buy when preg and ppl said recliners to sleep in. I guess it would have a dual purpose of also being a b/f chair. Although, they are very pricey!!!

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    Not particularly expensive clucky... Mine was $350 and DD will be 3 in nov. We use it every day and they are well worth the money!!!

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    Holy crapsticks. I just had a returned call from the FS... we have an appt at 9am on Tuesday. I was fully expecting to have to wait a month or so, but they had a cancellation and could fit us in. I'm a bit nervous now, but excited too. Next dilemma though is this, DH has got a form and a cup to do another SA, (last one was 2 weeks ago tomorrow). We were told 4-5 weeks between samples, but also that if we got in to see him at a reasonable time then to do it early. Is 2 weeks too short of a time frame? I would have thought so. I guess we just wait and see on Tuesday...

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