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    I've always been confused how some clinics measure lining (and will cancel a transfer if too thin) and then other clinics don't measure the lining at all.

    I didn't have my lining measured for out FET and it is a bfp.

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    Yeah they don't measure mine, I asked if I could this cycle but they said I'll be fine as docs given me progesterone.

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    @Sariele: I am so sorry to hear about your lining. What did the FS say?

    To other ladies, my FS did let me measure the lining before transfer (FET). I guess i personally would push for it if it wasn't case. Just for my own sanity and peace of mind. I just wanted to know i was giving the embie the best chance.

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    To those who have filed any claim from centrelink, what did you select for the relationship of the child to DH? Options: biological father (obviously not), partner of mother or other legal parent. I find this question daunting. It isn't like we are trying to hide but I feel like the question puts us on the spot of thinking this child isn't DH or i just have an affair with someone else....... I am so glad that it doesn't use the word of "biological father" on WA birth registry form, though. It just says "father".

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    To those who have filed any claim from centrelink, what did you select for the relationship of the child to DH? Options: biological father (obviously not), partner of mother or other legal parent. I find this question daunting. It isn't like we are trying to hide but I feel like the question puts us on the spot of thinking this child isn't DH or i just have an affair with someone else....... I am so glad that it doesn't use the word of "biological father" on WA birth registry form, though. It just says "father".
    I checked with our clinic and put biological father.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    To those who have filed any claim from centrelink, what did you select for the relationship of the child to DH? Options: biological father (obviously not), partner of mother or other legal parent. I find this question daunting. It isn't like we are trying to hide but I feel like the question puts us on the spot of thinking this child isn't DH or i just have an affair with someone else....... I am so glad that it doesn't use the word of "biological father" on WA birth registry form, though. It just says "father".
    What form ask this question? I don't remember seeing this one

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    Quote Originally Posted by two souls View Post
    What form ask this question? I don't remember seeing this one
    Paid parental leave (and family tax benefit). Basically, when you first fill in info on their system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    Paid parental leave (and family tax benefit). Basically, when you first fill in info on their system.
    Oh ok I don't remember that question being asked

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    DH is the father on the birth certificate, so I would say biological?

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    I am not sure. That's why i am asking. Strictly speaking, DH is "social dad" or "legal dad" not "biological dad". I wish they just use "father" in the system rather than so distinct definition.


 

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