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    I was told nothing before 6 Bond. I just used some vicks

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    I want to try the next 2 months because I think if I fall in the next few months I might be able to still get the Ppl before cut off on the 1st July 2016. Which is an extra 3-4 months I can have off work to spend with my baby. Maybe I haven't worked that out right though!?

    This is my third month ttc and just started taking clomid. Fingers crossed.
    You need to conceive by late sept to still get ppl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    You need to conceive by late sept to still get ppl
    So say if I had a baby on the 1st June I would get the PPL for the whole 18 weeks or just 4 weeks of it?

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    Default Babies of Graduates of TTC and not wanting to move #5

    Bond - nope no cough medicine before age 6 now. Good luck for your 2nd VBAC, sucks about the clinic. The fight for attempting VBACs sucks.

    J -That's amazing news that it has shrunk.

    Shelby - sorry to hear about the bfn. Fx for June. That's great what u r doing for ur sister too.

    Smurfy - I love Sienna's bed, OMG DD would drool over it!

    Congrats to all the ladies with BFPs!

    AFM - C is having his tonsils and adenoids out and grommets put in his ears on June 9. Then I'm starting a new job full time on the 22nd. Crazy! He is doing well, nearly 20 months old now! Speech is poor (possibly due to his ears) and so is his balance. He is learning so much though, really a toddler now! He's a very smoochy boy which I love

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    So say if I had a baby on the 1st June I would get the PPL for the whole 18 weeks or just 4 weeks of it?
    As far as I'm aware, if you have a baby before the 1st July, you qualify for the full 18 weeks

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    Bond, Valentina was prescribed Dimetapp (spelling?) from her GP. They had to adjust the ml's according to her body weight but yes, you can give cough medicine to an under 2 year old. I'd go see the first as the chemist wouldn't hand it over until I had a script.
    In saying that though, it did nothing for her. She ended up having to go on a 3 day prednisone course.

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    I certainly give Oscar Rikodeine syrup when he has a persistent dry cough. However, when I buy it from the Pharmacy, I tell them it's for my husband
    I then adjust the dose according to weight.
    Given Meadow is nearly 2-years-old, you can certainly give her Rikodeine syrup. I'd give her 1mL every 6 hours. It takes about an hour to work, but it is very effective.
    Just be aware that many people can get a fine, itchy rash from Rikodeine. This is NOT an allergic reaction, just a "side effect". If this happens, give her 1.5mL of Polaramine syrup. This will help with the rash, as well as help with the cough.
    Hope this helps.
    (As with all medications, one needs to take precautions, and consult a doctor or pharmacist. Doesn't matter whether you are 2 or 70!).
    J x.

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    @J37 i'm waiting for your words of wisdom ☺️❔❔❔

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    @J37 i'm waiting for your words of wisdom ☺️❔❔❔
    Not sure I have any wisdom, but I think that if I were you, I would want to have definitely finished having my family before I donated my eggs to anyone. You are clearly very keen to conceive as soon as possible, which is why I asked the question in the first place.
    How would you cope with your sister's pregnancy if you went ahead and donated eggs, before you have finished having your own babies? I would not cope well.
    It's absolutely your own decision, and it is a very noble thing to do...but...I am worried about your emotional well-being.
    Think about it really carefully.
    We will support whatever you decide.
    J xxx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Not sure I have any wisdom, but I think that if I were you, I would want to have definitely finished having my family before I donated my eggs to anyone. You are clearly very keen to conceive as soon as possible, which is why I asked the question in the first place.
    How would you cope with your sister's pregnancy if you went ahead and donated eggs, before you have finished having your own babies? I would not cope well.
    It's absolutely your own decision, and it is a very noble thing to do...but...I am worried about your emotional well-being.
    Think about it really carefully.
    We will support whatever you decide.
    J xxx.

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    Thank you. Well I'm still trying, we have an appointment on Thursday that will give us information and we can see where to go from there. I don't think my sister is in the position to start straight away so maybe next year after I'm done having my family. See how we go. Thanks for thinking and caring about me xx

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