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    @BlondeinBrisvegas, that transition period sounds like a great idea - I've never heard of that as an option (not that I've ever inquired). Sounds like it will work a treat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue77 View Post
    We had abt 9 between 16mm and 21mm and abt 4 at 15 mm. I was thinking they would trigger tonight with one egg being 21. May be LB wants the 15 mm ones to mature as well. But then I was thinking isint the21mm egg ready for pick up. Hopefully she has worked out everything as I don't one to lose the mature ones.

    Hi @Sue77!

    I had a 23mm follie last cycle. That was the one which led to my BFP I was told follies can grow at an average rate of 2mm a day, so if they all co-operate, going by that you could well expect to have up to 13 eggs retrieved. That's an amazing result!

    Also, I second what you said to @BIB. BIB, you are an amazing suppport to us all and we appreciate that you take time out of your busy schedule to help us along our chosen paths. I hope DD's transition to DC is a smooth one for you both. It must be hard on you also, so


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    Julie, I'm so glad your scan went well. It must be so exciting now that you know their genders - well, to a 77% degree of accuracy, anyway. Are you shopping for baby stuff yet? I wouldn't be able to help myself!


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    @JulieMalooley I don't have any family here either. All I can say is childcare is a godsend. You get some time to yourself to go back to work or whatever, they go off and play finger painting and in the sand pit with their mates all day. My little guy went in at 6 months (before he could crawl) and loved it, I mean they cry there too but then they bawl their eyes out at home as well. If the gov maternity leave is cut as promised and I do get duffed then unfortunately I'll have to go back at 4 months this time but I'm far less stressed as I know he/she will be in good hands.

    And congrats on two beautiful healthy bubs!!!

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    @JulieMalooley it can be hard with no family here. E went to daycare at 14 mths and loved it. Ive had friends that kids went in at 6 mths and they love it. Exciting about your great scan xxx

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    congrats on your little girls JM. that's exciting

    and yes, take your time with your LO BiB, of course she takes priority. I'm sure she'll love DC, though it's hard to be apart. my little niece loved it when she started going - it's cute to see her playing with her bff.

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    Omfg DP has now come up with a couple of girls names while in the shower, lol. Talk about jumping into it now that we've had the nuchal ! Unfortunately I don't like either (Tiffany and Stella) and he likes none on my list. Who would have thought...
    Yes @Blossom we went pram shopping last weekend, but just looking. Also we were trying to work out how to fit a bassinet or cot into our room for two but not sure that's going to work. I'm thinking they go straight into their own room with video and heart beat monitoring. I know it's probably frowned on these days, but we have a small room and a king size bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    @JulieMalooley I don't have any family here either. All I can say is childcare is a godsend. You get some time to yourself to go back to work or whatever, they go off and play finger painting and in the sand pit with their mates all day. My little guy went in at 6 months (before he could crawl) and loved it, I mean they cry there too but then they bawl their eyes out at home as well. If the gov maternity leave is cut as promised and I do get duffed then unfortunately I'll have to go back at 4 months this time but I'm far less stressed as I know he/she will be in good hands.

    And congrats on two beautiful healthy bubs!!!
    @Bongley when we went to Centrelink the other week to ask about options, they suggested it would take ages to change the govt maternity leave entitlements. Here's hoping.

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    Hi girls thanks for welcoming me to the thread! It's very busy on here, I did not look for a few days and had so much to catch up on! @Tahli maybe I'm to late but I was told by naturopath to eat avocado and eggs every day a few days before transfer and take bioceuticals alpha efa. I'm not on immune protocol and only stopped synarel 6 days before transfer. My lining was 11. Maybe I was just lucky?! Good luck and good luck to everyone cycling

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    Julie, do you plan on letting them sleep together in the same cot? I suppose that's frowned upon now-a-days too, lol. Everything is frowned upon. But I like it when twinnies get to stay together after birth

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