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    Im going good 10dpo today beta not until 16 which seems ages away.

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    Omg from fri morn to now was 219 posts!
    @Tahli I am so freaking happy for you!
    @Infinity I was in 450 gonal f on pretty much all my cycles, I'm not sure if it was that it just that I'm prone to them, but I got massive headaches, try to drink lots of water, it really does help.
    @Blossom74 I can't believe your day with the neighbor/police and then the loo not working. If it drags out I'd be asking fir a reduction in the rent, and I'm a landlord, if it was my place I'd be offering you a reduction for your inconvenience especially if the market is bad!
    @Caesardust I can't believe they wouldn't give you an update. My first 5 cycles were with a cheap clinic here in Sydney and j always got a call with fert rates the next morning.
    @BlondeinBrisvegas what a garden! Does dh have any hints for organically getting rid of catapillers on tomatoes? I've got them in pots this year and they are being eaten alive! Is it because of the rain?
    @midnite01 it's a good thing your dh has been diagnosed, coeliac disease is not nice. It's a lot easier to be gf nowadays, Pinterest has lots of recipes.

    Afm we are babysitting our friends kids tonight, they are so adorable, but man are they fussy eaters! They are 3 and 6 and hardly eat anything, the 6yo doesn't like roast potato (but does like McDonald's fries, go figure!). It was a bit of a wake up call for me as I grew up eating whatever my mum put on my plate😜

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    @Chiefsgirl Will ask DP & get back to you😊

    Yep...my Mum was like that...Either eat it or starve!!😁 To be fair...if it was something she knew I'd tried on a few occassions & still didn't like (like liver or raw onions for eg) then that was ok & she wouldn't even bother putting it on my plate😊

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    @midnite01 Yes...I remember you posting about it. Your poor DH..the inflammation bit doesn't sound good😦

    Fingers crossed the biopsy won't show any issues. What are they testing for?? Crohn's disease or something like that??

    10dpo...Almost time to POAS or what???😉😁 Fingers crossed/babydust & prayers being sent for 2 lovely lines in the coming days!!!😊

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    Bib i think they just send biopsies off to make sure nothing sinister like cancer etc which is std but all indications based on symptoms were ceoliac disease. Weird that hes eaten gluten all his life and only in last few mths had symptoms which hadnt gone away hence why gp tested for several things.

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    We are surprised when we go to friends places with kids and they seem fussy. E eats most things if she doesnt eat something im not worried cause she eats other things to make up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    Bib i think they just send biopsies off to make sure nothing sinister like cancer etc which is std but all indications based on symptoms were ceoliac disease. Weird that hes eaten gluten all his life and only in last few mths had symptoms which hadnt gone away hence why gp tested for several things.
    Just FYI they can't do a definite diagnosis of coeliac without a small bowel biopsy. The blood tests give indicators, but it's the biopsy that gives the definite answer as to whether it is genuine coeliac or a sensitivity / intolerance. They measure whether the villi in the small bowel have atrophied and been damaged or not - so maybe they are testing for sinister stuff as well just as an aside, but the biopsy would be standard procedure, so don't worry!

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    Morning ladies. So I distracted myself yesterday with my volunteer work, movies and sleep and now this morning with a walk and breakfast down the street. Phone call will come through before 3pm apparently. Longest.48hrs.of.my.life.

    Hope everyone is having a lovely weekend in the sunshine 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    Morning ladies. So I distracted myself yesterday with my volunteer work, movies and sleep and now this morning with a walk and breakfast down the street. Phone call will come through before 3pm apparently. Longest.48hrs.of.my.life.

    Hope everyone is having a lovely weekend in the sunshine 😀
    Yep!! I'm stalking for your update Luv!!😊

    Good Luck!!!😊xo

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    Thanks @Corbes, for satisfying my addiction!


    @Caesardust, everything crossed for you today, and will be stalking for updates along with everyone else


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