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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Had a hysto & lap today. Uterine septum fixed. This is a huge step forwards for us.
    Hoping your take home bub is on the way now

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    Lol scaffolding is a good word

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Had a hysto & lap today. Uterine septum fixed. This is a huge step forwards for us.

    For the month ahead. Come on Baby Tugs!!!

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    Lol scaffolding is a good word
    I love the word! Though I use it in reference to kids teaching other kids etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    I love the word! Though I use it in reference to kids teaching other kids etc.
    In my work I think I've used it in reference to assembling genomes.

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    So perfectly diverse lol

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    Wow @MrsTugs! That's an interesting development!
    Glad they got that fixed.
    Did it never get mentioned before? Like from an ultrasound or anything?
    Mine got picked up in a pretty routine u/s and it wasn't as prominent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobblermummy View Post
    Mmmm when did you bd how close to o? Dd was a one off bd about 3 days pre o
    Every second day in the week leading up to O (according to ff)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calstar View Post
    Wow @MrsTugs! That's an interesting development!
    Glad they got that fixed.
    Did it never get mentioned before? Like from an ultrasound or anything?
    Mine got picked up in a pretty routine u/s and it wasn't as prominent.
    It's never been noticed. I've had countless internals, a hycosy, and a full pelvic scan. He said it was "medium sized".

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    It's never been noticed. I've had countless internals, a hycosy, and a full pelvic scan. He said it was "medium sized".
    With all that having been done it's odd, and a shame! That it's not been picked up before, could have saved you a lot of heartache x
    But at least it's been found & sorted now


 

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