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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    I hope this thread is still active so I cam ask some questions. I remember few of you have the infasecure kompressor caprice. I find the head padding is a bit too bulky an hot for Bub during these summer months. What's he alternative? Did u buy their "color" insert for it?
    I actually got rid of mine when DD was 3-4 months old as she constantly screamed in the car. Replaced with a britax safe n sound compaq mkII and she stopped crying immediately. She just hated the infasecure seat. You can take the head padding out and use it just like that. It's only for comfort not safety.

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    @gingermillie: any particular reason that the britax is more comfortable for your DD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    @gingermillie: any particular reason that the britax is more comfortable for your DD?
    No idea! It has less padding overall so that might be it. The lady at baby bunting said sometimes they just don't like the fabric or find a seat uncomfortable for no reason. We were desperate so bought the new seat as we tried it in the shop and she was fine in it. Put her in the infasecure seat in the shop as a comparison and she cried straight away even with the head padding removed. So there was obviously something about that seat that she didn't like. Haven't looked back she has been fine in the car since we changed seats.

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    Interesting. DS hates it but i suspect it is the padding. He is very chubby. He is always sweaty. I'll try to remove the padding and see if he is happier.

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    We have a compaq from DD 2013 model; DS2 (born September 15) likes it well enough. More so than the capsule.

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    @KayzB - congratulations! That is amazing, but you are sure gonna have your hands full! I've not started, but going in to see Lynn in March or April to get things rolling. Hoping to start May / June, provided my cycle ever comes back. I was on domperidone for 6 months, and have finally gone off it so it's back soon.

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    @bbhope we just removed the padding/insert from the seat, so now it's more roomy. The inserts are good for a newborn, but yep def remove as bub grows.

    @lileitak May/June is not far off at all! Where has the time gone hey. Have you already booked in an appt with Lynn? I imagine her wait times are even more ridiculously long these days! Hope your cycle returns from being MIA, ASAP ☺️

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    @bbhope ds was only on 5mg losec once a day I think. It was the liquid (suspension) version. For his lip & tongue tie he had numbing gel, then local anaesthetic for his laser procedure. I honestly don't think it hurt, but more so having to be held down that upset him (he hates being restrained at the best of times!). As soon as he was allowed to get up for a cuddle he stopped crying. And I totally understand about not knowing what to do, I saw quite a few unhelpful medical professionals who said some really stupid things (even my paed who I really love just said 'so why can't you just put him on the bottle instead'). So I did a lot of homework myself. @KayzB my boys are 3yrs and 2 mths apart. Ds1 is so good with his little brother which I'm really surprised about! They totally love each other

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    Quote Originally Posted by KayzB View Post
    @lileitak May/June is not far off at all! Where has the time gone hey. Have you already booked in an appt with Lynn? I imagine her wait times are even more ridiculously long these days! Hope your cycle returns from being MIA, ASAP ☺️
    I called Monday, and got an appointment for 15-March. Less than a month for existing patients. Tho, I do wonder if she's lost some of her appeal after taking on so many patients post Sonia Kruger.

    Honestly, I'd wait longer but we are moving overseas next year and I'd like to have our second, or be pregnant when we go. It would gut me not to use the embryos we have. I considered shipping them, but the cost / risk that they may thaw and my "advanced maternal age", we decided to use them now. If we get lucky a second time first go, then we'll consider shipping them for future use.

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    Ya shipping oversea etc can be complicated. So many rules and laws.
    @apolly: thanks. I read a lot about GA and now against using it for DS. We r now looking into laser cut. Yes, I am very upset for being run around by Drs. All these hassles due to an incompetent pead.


 

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