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    Welcome @calypso75 and good luck from here on it I too had no reason for all my non-successes but I really believe this last cycle - which is the only one I used the immune protocol on - was only successful because of that. I don't know if it was the intralipids, the clexane, the aspirin or the prednisone (I'm betting on the prednisone) but regardless - its all added up to our first strong heartbeats and correctly measuring bubs. Its about damn time too let me tell you. When all else fails - go the immune route I say !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefsgirl View Post
    I'm 25 weeks and 2 days! My queasiness has gone and I'm just still super tired and without any movement yet I just wanna make sure all is ok!
    WTF ?!?!? Already ???????? I would have guessed you at maybe 16 weeks ! Good luck tonight

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    I bet you're far from alone hun. If I told you how long it was before we DTD again you'd be feeling better than normal!!
    On a positive note it took me 7 years to conceive that first bub, then when I finally DTD again I got pregnant that cycle & miscarried again, then when I finally DTD again after the second miscarriage I fell pregnant that cycle for a 3rd time & that's my DS.
    Apparently 'all' I needed was 1 pregnancy to kick start my reproductive system. The EPU at my hospital said they see it time & time again with long term ttcers.
    So when you do get around to DTD again in your own time I pray that you have the same positive outcome.

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    everything is good @Chiefsgirl. I'm sure it will be though

    I have read a lot of pregnancy related books (as I'm sure you have!) and apparently (again, relying on my reading, and not any real experience) it is quite common not to notice movement until quite late in the pregnancy.

    I wonder if maybe you have felt bubs moving, but you just didn't recognise it? I know my sister said she thought she had gas for a good month, then realised....hang on.....maybe that was it!

    Please pop in this afternoon and give us an update. I will be stalking! (That didn't sound weird at all.....and now, back to my cats.....)

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    Hi ladies I need to catch up I've been quite busy th last week and no phone means no checking bh on my phone at work! I got a new phone today finally. Hope everyone is going well. Blossom74 I hope things are going ok with you at the moment. I'm trucking along. Does anyone know if crinone is cheaper at certain places or standard as clinics don't distribute the drugs I believe now. My poor Hubbie is surviving just!!! I can't recall if I mentioned his dr confirmed the other day that he has to avoid gluten he has been diagnosed as having coeliac so having to really be careful about what we eat for dinner we eat lots of unprocessed food but it's more things like chicken kievs and other sauces that has gluten in it. J xxx
    @midnite01 I've just found out it's been put in the pbs so you can get an authority script for 2 boxes for $37.
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    I agree with Julie! 25 weeks already @Chiefsgirl. Wow that's gone quickly! Does that mean you know bob/bobettes gender now? I remember for one of my scans bub wasn't moving so they asked if I could go & buy some dark chocolate & do some star jumps. Being a chocoholic I quickly whipped some dark chocolate out of my handbag, jumped off the bed & did the awkward star jumps!! I hope you get some wonderful calming reassurance tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    WTF ?!?!? Already ???????? I would have guessed you at maybe 16 weeks ! Good luck tonight
    Nope sorry edited it, my fat fingers on ph and rushing cos I'm at work! Only 15 weeks!

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    Sorry ladies, fat fingers on ph, still early stages for me! Gender scan is next month, today is just a check up.

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    Bless your fat fingers @Chiefsgirl. Have you had to have any rings cut off yet?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Bless your fat fingers @Chiefsgirl. Have you had to have any rings cut off yet?!
    Hahaha no, but they were feeling tight the other day! My ankles have been swelling too.

    I just feel like a great big whale with this prednisolone😁 but nothing I can do if it's keeping bub there.

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