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    8 follicles and 3 less than 10! Yay

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    @mrsmac123 Big hugs to you Luv Agree with everything the other Girls have said and @Charlie74 suggestion is a good one to get in touch with Pregnancy Loss Australia.

    You can also get in touch with Pregnancy Counselling Australia: 1300 737 732 their hotline is open 24 hours with trained counsellors in pregnancy and termination ok Luv?? They will be able to help you too until you can see someone face to face.

    Of course you and DH are devastated and just because you've made the decision to end the pregnancy doesn't mean that it's not breaking your heart into a million pieces having to actually put that decision into motion etc. Terminating a pregnancy for whatever reason is one of the most painful and difficult decisions and experiences a woman/couple can go through even when it's the right choice for them

    As the others have said, we are all here for you Luv so please continue stay here with us to vent and express your feelings however you wish and need to This is an incredibly difficult, heartbreaking and stressful time for you and your DH and we're only too happy to support you in whatever way you would like us to

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    @Luckyme1 Looking good Luv!! When you due back again??

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    Not sure, I guess a couple of days but will be told by phone this afternoon.

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    @mrsmac123 Im so sorry you have to go through all this. I think Charlie74 has really said some helpful things. It might be a good idea to call one of those help lines, as sometimes even though you feel like nothing will help (and I know nothing will change whats happening to you) but they can suggest somethings that might help, even if its a practical thing to help you sort out where and when etc. It also can help to just say it all to someone who understands, it really sounds like you and your DH need some help so that you can both support one another and be close through all this. As for the money stuff, the pregnancy loss people should be able to give you helpful advice with this too, to make suggestions you perhaps don't know about? Does your hospital have an Early pregnancy unit? I know with my mc after it was diagnosed elsewhere, I went through them and they organised all the D&C paperwork etc. I didn't have to wait long either. Just a suggestion.

    As everyone has said you are totally welcome to vent away in here too, so don't feel like you cant.

    sending you massive hugs, love and support through this terrible time. xxx

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    mrsmac I'm so sorry you are going through such a dreadful time. It's got to be absolute torture. And your DH must be just as upset as you and not really know how to help you. Charlie74 seemed to sum it up well in that regard.
    I just wish there was something we could do to help.
    Once you do have all the practical plans arranged maybe would it help to ask the Dr's if you could take something pretty strong at home before you even have to walk through that hospital door, eg some Valium? As long as it does not interfere with the anaesthetic. Please if you have time and can be bothered, just pop on and let us know you are ok from time to time?

    Good luck lucky with your next scan.

    Hi to the rest of the ladies.
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    Any tips for curing nausea during a cycle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckyme1 View Post
    Any tips for curing nausea during a cycle?
    Ginger tea, ginger cordial, if REALLY bad you could get a script for maxalon

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    @Luckyme1 Agree with @emski72 suggestions. Flat/Ginger ale, peppermint tea, tbls of apple cider vinegar (or mix with a little water and honey and drink it)???

    Hope it settles down soon for you Luv

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    I think it's the Cetrotide. Plus feeling puffy and bloated and tired, I don't look it just feel it. That must be the super dose of menopur 375g. I can't do this again. I feel too sick to look after the kids.

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