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    Good luck FTM. Great blood test results

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    I forgot to update. Hcg @ 14dpo was 292.
    No more testing and no more bloods. I'm going to road, enjoy the fact that m pregnant and relinquish my need to control everything. Whatever will be will be. So send me all the sticky vibes you can ladies 😊😊
    That's a great result for 14 DPO. Sending you lots of sticky vibes !!!

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    Rocky, I'm stalking your diary for an update. How are you doing? Is your blood pressure under control now?

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    Haha Lil Smurfy, just about to do an update. BP went from being too high to dropping too low to being ok. They let me go home which is fantastic !!! Have strict instructions to call if anything changes & have to see them after our scan on Tues. So happy to be back at home, way more comfy!

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    That's great that they let you go home, and they got your BP under control. Good luck for your scan, and hopefully it's smooth sailing from here

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    Thanks Lil Smurfy, that's so lovely

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    J, how are you going?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    J, how are you going?
    Not that great, LS. The chemotherapy is really knocking my bone marrow about, which has made me very anaemic (my Hb is 78, should be above 120)...so, I am incredibly tired!! And I have permanent pins and needles in my feet, which is awful, but a common side effect of paclitaxel.
    I am having a repeat breast ultrasound tomorrow, so hopefully cancer has shrunk a bit more.

    The kids are mostly good, but you know when they climb all over you (with good intentions...for hugs and kisses)?...Well, I feel guilty for saying this, but it is exhausting! I just want to rest, uninterrupted!! Hubby is home tonight, so I plan to go to bed by 6.30pm...I've already fed and bathed them.

    On a brighter note, I dragged myself to Oscar's kindy Trivia Night last night, and our table tied for first!

    How is everyone else doing?

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    Wishing you lots of luck for tomorrow, J! Hope it's good news.

    I remember how tired I felt when my Hb was in the 70s after I had M, but I could have a transfusion to fix it! So I really feel for you just having to carry on feeling like that.

    I can just imagine you being good at Trivia! I was going to a local trivia night regularly a few months back and loved it. We won a lot of free pizza!! But struggling to go lately. Too worn out after work!

    I've got my NT scan tomorrow so fingers crossed. It's also hubby's birthday. So planning a nice day. We went to Brisbane on the train today and had a lovely time with the kids at museums and the south bank parklands. Thai takeaway on the way home was a bonus too!

    @MissXamA when is your NT scan or have you had it?

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    Bond! I am tomorrow as well at 3:30pm. Fingers crossed all is going well, but by going by my growing tummy, I am guessing things Re fine! Can't wait to finally expose to the world that we are about to release another devil!!!!
    J, I hope the scan provides some good news. all my love and best wishes to you (and hope you got to go to bed early!!)

    Just posted this on the Facebook page, sorry for the girls who have just seen it. But as I said - pretty sure I have a baby onboard!!

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