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    Canuck, my blood type is RH negative. At 7wks I had brown spotting for 4 days. When I went to the OB the next week I informed him of this and he decided to give me my Anti D injection then rather than at 28wks because both my donors are RH positive. He said the blood could have beem because of that. I haven't had any blood discharge since.

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    Canuck so sorry to read your news... there's nothing I can say that can change anything but know that I'm thinking of you. You'll get through this xx

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    Crabby - congratulations on the twin news x

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    Thanks all
    Know we are lucky just not feeling it yet...
    Not sure if it is the gestone but over last few weeks have been feeling more and more depressed - anyone else had that? Off to gp later today to get the cyclogest or crinone script - think I should mention the dark feelings...

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    I know that the pamphlet for crinone lists a side effect 'feelings of worthlessness' so yeah I'd say its the progesterone. Do mention it though as they may be able to help x

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    Crabby you should mention it and keep abreast of it throughout your pregnancy and after. It's really good you've recognized those feelings already. Your GP should have good advice for you in that respect.

    These people are awesome in Brisbane. https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&s...W6WfZidrWdi6Xw

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    Finally got the guts up to call for my harmony results at 4.30pm today.
    The receptionist called me back and said its low risk. Thats all she said so I've asked for a copy of the results so I can read them. Anyway, I won't be totally at ease until I've seen it in black and white.

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    Great news miss Sagi x

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    Crabby these ladies are awesome too. I went to a fundraising luncheon at the cricket ground last year for them.

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