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    I used to volunteer for an animal rescue centre. I'd definitely call the RSPCA or equivalent. The situation you described is negligent & the animals need immediate attention. If they've been left without water that is a basic need & demonstrates that either she has deliberately neglected them and/or she herself is in trouble. You may need to call more than one animal rescue centre before some-one sits up & listens to you. I know you're shattered today hun but those 2 furrballs need some-one to speak up for them.
    On a different note, you're welcome re the blossoms painting. I knew I needed to send you an image of it. It has huge sentimental meaning for me. I bought it when I was going through my 1st rounds of IVF about 7 yrs ago and now represents the long journey to get that one small miraculous poppet.
    @Bongley Love it...'official' testing day, he, he!!

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    I believe only the RSPCA has the legal right to enter like police ... AWL maybe too? Small rescues lack the legal status. But could assist. ❤️

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Bongley Love it...'official' testing day, he, he!!


    I don't have 'just testing the trigger out of my system' excuse anymore

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    I have absolutely no doubt what so ever that a FRER will be making it's way out of the pack tomorrow, and rightly so I say!!
    On a slightly left of field topic...does any-one know much about the hereditary link of obesity. SD2's father & 2 sisters are both obese according to online BMI calculators. SD2 and his mother are healthy weights. I'm wondering what the risk factor of obesity would be for a potential donor conceived child?

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    Hi ladies just checking on my lining? Its currently 13mm with 1 wk to go... What should it be for transfer? I remember early on that the hamburger was mentioned or something like that lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post


    I don't have 'just testing the trigger out of my system' excuse anymore
    Pffft!!! You've got HPT sticks coming out of your a r se Luv😉😁...you'll cave before Wed!!!😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity888 View Post
    Hi ladies just checking on my lining? Its currently 13mm with 1 wk to go... What should it be for transfer? I remember early on that the hamburger was mentioned or something like that lol
    I think the min for transfer is somewhere around 10mm so yours is going to be perfect !!

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    @JulieMalooley thanks so much. The closer i get the more nervous i become. Lol by friday im going to need that wine and i dont even drink.

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    Can i ask the nurse about the trimilar lining. Is that what its called?

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    At my clinic the minimum lining for transfer is 6mm. Maybe it's adjusted down for the over 40's!

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