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    Transfer for me was Saturday, so all down to waiting. Not going to POAS until maybe test day which is next Wednesday. Feeling positive and just ready for whatever fate has in store for me.

    Sunny had her transfer today I think.

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    Congratulations to both of you 😊 I hope the wait goes quickly and the news is good.

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    Yes my transfer was Monday. Blood test Friday 23rd. We are very close together.
    Have been so busy today thought about it once! My wait is going to fly with my schedule the next 2 weeks.
    How are you travelling Kizmetzing?

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    Glad you're keeping busy @sunny79 certainly helps pass the time! Unfortunately this is a slow time of year for me at work so taking time off and when I am there, I'm struggling to fill my days with anything of interest! But I'm doing ok. The miscarriage I had in March should have been due yesterday which hasn't helped matters. A few things coming up socially to keep me distracted and feeling uber positive that this cycle has worked. I feel pregnant! As we all know, that could just be from the meds but as this is my last chance, I'm just going with it and will consider myself pg until someone tells me otherwise!

    Hows pg treating you @Spec ? Any morning sickness?

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    Sorry to hear you had a rough day. The due date was one of the hardest for us as well.
    So glad that you are feeling pregnant 😊 that's a great sign. My fingers and toes are crossed.
    I'm feeling pretty good. I was completely exhausted early on, but that seems to be easing up. I've been really lucky and haven't vomited (touch wood!). I do get queasy here and there, and find I have a weak stomach. My husband has to pick up our dogs poop for me, it's making me gag lately.
    But I honestly can't complain 😊

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    Sorry that you have felt down Kitmetzing. It is definitely not fair that your pregnancy didn't result in your take home baby.
    Happy you are staying positive. I have absolute faith we are both expecting. ;-)
    My hubbie keeps saying to take it easy but work is always just crazy. I own my own business and have always worked like this. My kidlets will just have to be tough like mum!

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    You are going along so well Spec. What a brilliant start to pregnancy.

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    Still feeling pretty good about the cycle (well at least compared to other cycles!). Off to accupuncture this morning again which I am looking forward to!

    Hoping the morning sickness holds off for you @Spec as I hated it! MS from week 9 through to birth. The smell of bananas...eww. I still struggle! I only had to have someone mention bananas to have me reaching for a bucket!

    To be honest @sunny79 I don't think being active or busy is likely to impact the result at all as long as it's not extreme (ie, I doubt running a marathon is likely to help!). I can't help but think of all those people out there doing all the wrong things and their embies stick no worries - drugs, alcohol, food and here we are stressing about the smallest of things. Most women go about their daily lives without even thinking about it. I think if there is one thing I feel like I've learnt from this journey is that if it is meant to be, it will be. The right embryo will stick and be there for the long haul. Even when I knew my last PG was going to end in miscarriage and stopped all the meds, went back to running and was kind of hoping it would resolve naturally, that sticky little emby stuck on in there.

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    I agree kitzmetzing. I told my husband no point resting. Even if it sticks, I can't rest for 9 mths!! It has to survive my hostile uterus! Lol!
    And so many babies survive in the most terrible hosts. Whatever will be will be. Although I am so positive I am pregnant. No symptoms by the way, but my mind says I am.

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    Any news kizmetzing?


 

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