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    @Chiefsgirl What a beautiful view!! Yep, might as well do it in style I say!!! Not long to go Luv..these last weeks will fly by and then you'll be on your way!!!

    @emski72 Yep, been "BlindeinBrisvegas" more times than I can remember!!! Those were the days!! I'd be a "2 pot screamer" now!!!

    @leyshoja No, those cells don't regenerate, but they degenerate in the first place due to age Luv and the lessening of estrogen due to the ovaries getting tired and beginning to wind down plus the increasing progesterone. For sure alcohol would impact even further on the quality of the eggs but only if you were virtually an alcoholic!! You'd have to be drinking a fair amount regularly and continually for it to have such adverse affects IMO. I can't imagine that the occasional binge or odd glass or 2 here and there would cause irreversible damage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefsgirl View Post
    Nah how many women are there out there that pop out babies and drink through their whole pregnancy? We just left it a little late for us������
    I choose to believe this! As I sit here with a glass of red.
    My FS believes this too. Alcohol did not fruck my eggs, age did.

    Choice location for a DE cycle Chiefs

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    And all systems go for you in SA Leyshoja.

    My next overseas destination will be Iceland. Or Belgium. My Dad's uncle's body has just been found after being killed in WWI 98 years ago and I might accompany my dad for the official burial.

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    @Skyler Oh WOW!!! That's full on Luv!! Can imagine it will be a bit emotional for your dad and you too even if you didn't know him personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler View Post
    And all systems go for you in SA Leyshoja.

    My next overseas destination will be Iceland. Or Belgium. My Dad's uncle's body has just been found after being killed in WWI 98 years ago and I might accompany my dad for the official burial.
    Holy guacamole @Skyler ! That's a miracle in itself !!

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    Paid for my donor this morning :-0 getting excited !!

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    You are so on the ball leyshoja

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    @leyshoja No point frucking about is there Luv?? One step closer!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    @leyshoja No point frucking about is there Luv?? One step closer!!!
    Haha yep. I need to keep moving forward.

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    Excellent @leyshoja! When will you be going?


 

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