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    @Tahli & @BlondeinBrisvegas hugs to you both, such an awful thing to deal with.
    @Chiefsgirl OMG I missed that photo! So sorry about your uncle, family dynamics are so complicated and people lose touch or stop speaking. There is a lot of that on my side of the family. I think my partners family is actually the Waltons in disguise. They all seem so chirpy. (I'm sure it isn't necessarily the case)
    @Charlie74 yes, I know how you feel, both my parents are in terrible health (vascular dementia,schizophrenia,diabetes). When my dad told me he was going blind about 8 years ago I remember bawling my eyes out. It must have been so awful seeing your dad struggling for breath. Old age sucks doesn't it?
    Sounds like your follies are going gangbusters, when is your next scan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apples1234 View Post
    What's ideal lining? Mine was 7 yesterday
    Usually somewhere between 8-14 mm's is ideal with the "Hamburger" or Triple Line Pattern being seen. I have also read 7-12mm's. The absolute minimum is 6mm's.

    Your lining generally grows approx 2mm's a day so you'll be right for transfer Luv!!😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    Cd 6 ultrasound shows 18follicles, 9 each side.. All around the same size. So exactly the same as last cycle.. So new regime hasn't invoked any extra follies.. But hopefully might have helped quality?

    My only concern is that my lining is still crapola.. 2.7 last time & only still 3mm this time.. Even with all this extra feckin oestrogen.. Doesn't matter right now but is beginning to worry me that my lining may NEVER be thick enough even when we decide to transfer..
    It's the quality that matters Luv. It's all sounding well on track😊

    There are a few other drugs they can try to help thicken your lining up Luv so maybe ask about them???

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    Thanks for all the kind words & thoughts too Girls. It's very much appreciatedxoxo


    @Chiefsgirl Am sorry to hear about your Uncle Luv😦

    Can imagine how conflicting it must feel for you (((hugs))).

    @Charlie74 Sorry to hear about your Dad being so ill Luv😦

    It's so hard seeing them sick & struggling (((hugs))). Bloody cigarettes!!!

    My Mum's cancer was a result of smoking...they're bad news allright!! 😦

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    Ladies I'm living vicariously through your cycle progressions and BFPs and PUPOs - so keep it coming. Especially love Seeing those pink lines - however feint!

    AFM - I'm 6dpo and so bored in the 2ww. This morning I had my 2nd pregnyl booster and accidentally left the broken off top of the glass vial full of the solution meaning my injection had less saline in it.... But the right amount of power... Hope I haven't ruined it?

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    Good morning lovelies, I'm back from my business trip.

    Did I miss anything?


    Blossom

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaKes View Post
    Ladies I'm living vicariously through your cycle progressions and BFPs and PUPOs - so keep it coming. Especially love Seeing those pink lines - however feint!

    AFM - I'm 6dpo and so bored in the 2ww. This morning I had my 2nd pregnyl booster and accidentally left the broken off top of the glass vial full of the solution meaning my injection had less saline in it.... But the right amount of power... Hope I haven't ruined it?

    No, it'll be right Luv. The saline is just for mixing the powder into a liquid so it doesn't really matter if you lost a bit. Bloody Pregnyl!!!

    and prayers being sent for a sticky one in there!!

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    @Caesardust any news on your embies today luv???

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    Hey ladies, in case your interested... I'm very much a believer in natural health and medicines and trying to get my body right and balanced. (I spent my 20s drinking and living recklessly thinking it all didn't matter). Now I'm 35 and really looking into ways to help myself naturally including for fertility. One thing I know is it all starts with a healthy gut. If that's out the rest of your body can have problems. Today I made my first batch of kefir (probiotic drink). Our modern day diets have a lot to answer for with mental illness and I think even fertility. Most people have inflammation in their body which gets in the way of in working as it should. Anyway my kefir is done and it tastes nice! (Was worried it would be yucky). I just looked up the benefits and they are amazing! If you would like the instructions on how to make inbox me your email and I'll send. Once you have the grains you can use them over and over and if they're happy they even multiply. I'll add the list of benefits below.

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    Benefits of drinking kefir:





    Inhibits the growth of unfriendly bacteria and yeasts, and helps beneficial probiotic microorganisms to colonise and thrive in your digestive tract, and throughout the test of the body (skin, eyes, bladder, vagina, nose, throat, etc).

    Contributes to a healthy immune system.

    Reduces inflammation.

    Helps with the digestion of food and micronutrients. The KEY for health and longevity is good digestion, and a balance of good bacteria are the essential starting point.

    Heals, or reduces the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome IBS) including bloating, indigestion, flatulence, diarrhoea/constipation, nausea, low energy, muscle aches and pains.

    Heals intestinal dysbiosis and SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth).

    Increased energy and overall feeling of good health.

    Can stop unhealthy food cravings, especially for sugars and sweet foods.

    Skin complexion and overall condition improves. Brown liver spots / age spots can fade, as can skin tags, moles, warts etc. It can ease or cure many skin conditions, such as psoriasis, eczema and acne.

    Hair and nails look healthier, and are strengthened and improved.

    Liver cleansing, as in traditional Chinese medicine, thus easing aches and joint pains, and benefiting the eyes.

    Glandular ( endocrine) system (adrenals, thyroid, pituitary, ovaries) benefits. Women have healthier periods, some women have periods start again after early menopause.

    A tranquillising effect on the nervous system has helped many who suffer from sleep disorders and insomnia, depression, ADHD and autism.





    One important thing to remember is only small amounts a day! 1/4 of a cup. I've also quit gluten and sugar to aid my fertility. (Only a month ago) and I'm feeling soooo much better, lighter and happier. Here is a link to an article on "unexplained infertility and diet" - 😊

    http://nourishedkitchen.com/unexplained-infertility/

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