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    I'm stalking too @winsor
    Usually by this point I have tender b00bs due to the progesterone, but I've noticed this time there is nothing. Just goes to show that the prednisone really is an effective anti inflammatory I guess, even at the low dose I'm on (12.5)

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    Just a quick note that on the Egg Donation Australia site they have just done a clean up and only have 9 couples left actively looking for egg donors. There are over a hundred donors registered on the site. It usually looks chokka with adverts so if anyone is thinking about it, now might be a good time to place an ad! Hope that's ok to post this here.
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    @winsor Yep...am stalking too Luv!!! for 5/5!!!


    @leyshoja That's hilarious Luv!!! When I was in hospital with the flu that time earlier this year, I wrote out a list...ok, it was virtually a manual of what to do and when to do it for both DD and the housework etc!!!!

    If I didn't, then I dread to think what I would've come home to Now I just tell him what needs doing whenever I have to go out for whatever reason then that way I know it will get done as I know what'll happen if I leave him to his own devices & that's sweet F.A!!!

    and prayers being sent for a squinter tomorrow!!!! I'll take a shadow of a line at 9.5dpo!!!!

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    @winsor I'm stalking for an update too! Super fingers crossed!! @leyshoja not that you'll need to go back to CT but should you need to leave him to his own devices again I'd work backwards and eliminate the things that p~ss you off. Like strip the bed of bedding before you leave, so all you have to do is make it when you get home, leave the fridge empty so no mouldy bits can grow and only leave microwave dinners so he just throws the leftover food and plate in the bin, book a cleaner for 3 hours for morning you return. Everything is extremely crossed for your first POAS!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @winsor I'm stalking for an update too! Super fingers crossed!! @leyshoja not that you'll need to go back to CT but should you need to leave him to his own devices again I'd work backwards and eliminate the things that p~ss you off. Like strip the bed of bedding before you leave, so all you have to do is make it when you get home, leave the fridge empty so no mouldy bits can grow and only leave microwave dinners so he just throws the leftover food and plate in the bin, book a cleaner for 3 hours for morning you return. Everything is extremely crossed for your first POAS!!
    Good thinking @Tahli. Now that I understand the full extent of the problem I will definitely plan ahead in future !

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    @winsor Any news yet Luv???

    Hurry up and call FFS's Clinic!!!!!!xo

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    @winsor Any news yet Luv???

    Hurry up and call FFS's Clinic!!!!!!xo
    no news yet. I called but the lab staff were on a late lunch. so waiting for them to return & call me back. nervous

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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    no news yet. I called but the lab staff were on a late lunch. so waiting for them to return & call me back. nervous
    Gaaaah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    no news yet. I called but the lab staff were on a late lunch. so waiting for them to return & call me back. nervous
    Hurry up & jam your sandwiches down your throat people & get back to the bloody lab FFS's!!!😉😁

    We're waiting it out with you Luv (((hugs)))xo

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    2/6 fertilized and are looking ok. of the others, 1 was immature and 3 just didn't fertilize. I have to call on thurs to check fri transfer times. she said they might check thurs (day3) or wait till fri morning. poor little things. I hope these 2 are fighters and have all the energy to keep going

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