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    @lileitak you are so funny! too too cute. Can imagine your husband came home to blood and bandages (I'm just being dramatic) But in all seriousness, good job! One down, few more to go.

    I think the key to that vegan diet that made it work was zero pasta and bread. Potatoes ok but in moderation and zero - and I mean zero - sugar including fruit besides green apple. So you are bound to lose weight on no sugar. I ate a lot during that time, snacking on vegies and home made dips but still lost weight due to no sugar. You would think we would wither away but we had so much energy, slept only 4 hours a night and still bouncing off the walls and we looked good, hair shiny, eyes clear. Not very sustainable diet though. Too many food items were eliminated but good if you want to shift a few kilos. My body has never been the same since, I think the detox worked *too well* as before that I could drink like a fish and now after 2 glasses I seem to have enough, my body wants to stop.

    @KayzB have a very good feeling for you for this cycle!!! Cmon embie - high hCG please
    @Sue77 I have everything crossed for you.

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    @straycat - yep 8:45am scan - yes it will be tough to get cancelled but I reckon the follies will have come along and my e2 as well, although not sure they'll be ready enough to trigger based on their size Monday. I'll be asking tomorrow re impact on quality with the long stim if I continue on. I'm guessing I could get 2 eggs, out of the 5.

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    @straycat & @Sue77 thanks for being so positive on my behalf ladies. I'm so praying for the best. Feels like there's even more riding on this one as if BFN, won't be cycling again for awhile. Please stick lil embie 😕 xx

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    @lileitak hehe glad that jab still went well despite all the fumbling! 😊 xx

    @Kelly70 good luck for scan tomorrow! xx

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    Good luck kayzb

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    Good luck kayzb
    @lilypily thanks hun, really hoping I can follow in your footsteps xx

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    I can't believe you don't poas

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    @lilypily oh I used to. And it was always BFN, BFN. And the one cycle I decided not to POAS, I ended up getting a BFP. So now in my superstitious lil head I've convinced myself that not POAS'ing is my good luck omen. I know, that prob sounds delusional 😜

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    Nope totally rational kazyb

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    Good luck tomorrow kelly70 and Kayzb fingers crossed embie sticks..

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