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    Fx for @two souls and @Barca07!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barca07 View Post
    @two souls.
    Are yours 5 day embies?

    Mine are 5 day embies... I was thinking of starting testing next Wednesday, 7dp5dt. Is that too early do you think?

    My beta isn't until the 10th.. 2 weeks after transfer! I thought that was a bit late...I thought the 2ww started from ovulation??
    Yes mine was a 5 day embryo

    Are you on any progesterone support after transfer?

    If so some can give false positives so they suggest not testing, I cannot help myself though!

    I start testing from 9dp5dt and 4dp my last pregnyl shot. When I had my BFP in 2014 I had a very strong positive that day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    Fx for @two souls and @Barca07!!!
    Thanks. How are you going?

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    @two souls: still battling with DS digestive colic. I recently switched formula and now his poo is green (with yellow bits) and runny. Once or twice a day, though. The dr wants us to try for 4 weeks so don't know what to do. It doesn't seem normal?! He just had problem with bowel movement 1.5 w before changing the formula. Normal poo with mucus and after every feed. That's strange.

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    Hello all, I haven't been here in a while, too busy chasing around a two year old! I saw you discussing the age to talk about the donor and thought I'd add that our counsellor suggested age 5. Old enough to understand when things are private within the family, not so old that they are worried by it. Apparently! We'll play it by ear. Since we've had one I think more about telling a second child - we're trying now, and of course if we pick an age one child will know before the other.

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    @littlesunflowers
    That's a good point...Do you wait to tell kids all at once, regardless of age OR gradually over the years when each kid gets to a certain age.
    Something else to think about

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    @DJ Nette: is there a particular book that you would recommend? I know that you made your own. Which company did you use?
    @littlesunflowers: that's good to know about the age! I plan to follow up with our counsellor in due time.

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    I borrowed a few different books from my counsellor and the clinic library. Then I used the bits I liked from all of them to write my own. My main issue with most of the books was the language used, I don't really need my toddler understanding all the 'birds and bees' stuff just yet.

    I can't remember the names of the books, but one was called 'the pea that was me'.

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    I found a children's book which I am really pleased with called "What makes a baby". It has a general story and lets you fill in the details about any child's beginnings as they start to ask more questions. There's also a reader's guide on the website for parents trying to work out how to fill in those blanks, for surrogacy or adoption or donor or whatever. We don't read it yet though. We prefer books with lots of cars.

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    I've noticed there are quite a few Azoo girls cycling this month.

    Goodluck to everyone 😄

    I'm planning on poas tomorrow morning at 9dp5dt. Fingers crossed! 🙏


 

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