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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Blossom74 At least I admit my crazy! I'm surprised you didn't hear the opening of my FRER packet!!

    I did get a slight twitch in my right eye at one point yesterday evening @Tahli. That must have been it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    These are some of the possible side effects Luv:

    Side effects. Most side effects are mild, like headache, fatigue, insomnia, and congestion. Because DHEA affects hormone levels, it can cause other symptoms. Women may have abnormal periods, acne, or mood changes. They might also take on masculine characteristics, such as facial hair or a deeper voice.

    I can tell you that they made me pretty damn moody in the beginning..there were quite a few moments of "hulking out" where I lost my sh!t at DP or fellow motorists (road rage/car park rage anybody??) until my body got used to them!!!

    They also gave me a bit of insomnia/occasional headaches. Don't worry too much about the "facial hair/masculine voice"...that's a really rare side effect. I took 75 mg's a day too.

    Good luck with your appointment too next week. I understand why you're going back. You have to do what feels right for you. Yes..definitely make sure you tell him what your terms and conditions are in respect to going forward with EPU etc.

    I don't think you can do PICSI/HA with TESA'd sperm. Couldn't when I Cycled because I tried. Don't know if things have changed since though??? My understanding is that you need mature sperm to use which TESA'd sperm isn't though I do know with PICSI they can use sperm that's been PESA'd or MESA'd.

    I wonder if IMSI would be an option?? Though there is some debate as to whether using high magnification to select the sperm before injecting into the egg gives better outcomes?? Unfortunately, options are limited with TESA'd sperm.


    Thanks @BIB! Good thing you put that disclaimer in about the facial hair/masculine voice, it was the first bit I focussed on and thought "Great, now I'm going to be fat and hairy and talk like a man. How attractive can one woman get!"

    I don't believe we did have PICSI but I think we did use ICSI. Does that sound right? Something about putting the sperm directly into the egg rather than letting the two meander around the petri dish playing Marco Polo!

    Apparently the DHEA takes 3 months to have the best effect. Being that I just started it yesterday that would put me at the end of Feb to start a cycle. DH said "But do we have that much time to waste?" My thoughts are though that we have to maximise any chance of success being that this is it for us. Surely 3 months won't make a significant difference? It's not like anything is going to happen over Christmas anyway....


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    @Sue77, good luck for your transfer tomorrow.

    And everyone who will be POAS shortly - lots of baby dust to you all.

    Please forward stick pics by way of payment to the Stick Wh0re as they become available


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    Hiya @BIB,

    How's the transition to DC going with you and your LO?

    Hope it's happening smoothly for the both of you


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Thanks @BIB! Good thing you put that disclaimer in about the facial hair/masculine voice, it was the first bit I focussed on and thought "Great, now I'm going to be fat and hairy and talk like a man. How attractive can one woman get!"

    I don't believe we did have PICSI but I think we did use ICSI. Does that sound right? Something about putting the sperm directly into the egg rather than letting the two meander around the petri dish playing Marco Polo!

    Apparently the DHEA takes 3 months to have the best effect. Being that I just started it yesterday that would put me at the end of Feb to start a cycle. DH said "But do we have that much time to waste?" My thoughts are though that we have to maximise any chance of success being that this is it for us. Surely 3 months won't make a significant difference? It's not like anything is going to happen over Christmas anyway....


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    ICSI is right Luv. It's the only way of getting the sperm into the egg when it's come from a TESA procedure😊

    3 months to give the supplements time to be effective won't make a major difference IMO. Plus it gives you & DH a bit more breathing room to get the $ together.

    Is he on any supplements to try to maximise his sperm too?? Can give you Wazza's list for the boys that I had DP taking if you like??

    P.S....Good job the dunny is fixed as you're going to be pi$$ing like a race horse over the next couple of days!!! Those fluid pills work a treat!!!😁😁😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Hiya @BIB,

    How's the transition to DC going with you and your LO?

    Hope it's happening smoothly for the both of you


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    She's doing even better than I expected😊 Gives me the flick & is off doing her own thing as soon as I put her on the floor!!😁

    Only fly in the ointment is she's been pushed over twice by the same little boy on 2 seperate occasions😦 The carer's are quick to deal with it & comfort DD/ admonish him etc. The first time I was in the room to comfort her, the second time was on Tues this week & I was out of the room but spying through the glass window. Wanted to rush in to her but held back because I need to know they'll be able to comfort her effectively when she's distressed for whatever reason.

    I know it's normal behaviour at that age (exerting their authority over others plus learning about acceptable/unacceptable behaviour, empathy etc) but I feel she's just so vulnerable to those kinds of incidents until she's able to walk properly.

    Anyhoo...he's moving up to the next room in the New Year when she formally starts😊
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    ICSI is right Luv. It's the only way of getting the sperm into the egg when it's come from a TESA procedure������

    3 months to give the supplements time to be effective won't make a major difference IMO. Plus it gives you & DH a bit more breathing room to get the $ together.

    Is he on any supplements to try to maximise his sperm too?? Can give you Wazza's list for the boys that I had DP taking if you like??

    P.S....Good job the dunny is fixed as you're going to be pi$$ing like a race horse over the next couple of days!!! Those fluid pills work a treat!!!�������������� ����


    Bah ha ha ha ha Indeed, I am very pleased that has been attended to in preparation for the wee-a-thon I am about to have

    I have DH on a men's multivitamin but if there is anything else I should have him taking I'd appreciate the head's up. He is petrified we might get to the PGD stage and walk away with nothing, and recognises that anything we can do to maximise our chances of success is a good idea.

    I kind of like the idea of a couple of months off anyway. I know I don't have a lot of time to waste, but hey - I'm 41 now and I'll still be 41 in February, March, April, May and June. We must act before July though I think giving the DHEA 3 months to work is a good idea though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    She's doing even better than I expected������ Gives me the flick & is off doing her own thing as soon as I put her on the floor!!������

    Only fly in the ointment is she's been pushed over twice by the same little boy on 2 seperate occasions������ The carer's are quick to deal with it & comfort DD/ admonish him etc. The first time I was in the room to comfort her, the second time was on Tues this week & I was out of the room but spying through the glass window. Wanted to rush in to her but held back because I need to know they'll be able to comfort her effectively when she's distressed for whatever reason.

    I know it's normal behaviour at that age (exerting their authority over others plus learning about acceptable/unacceptable behaviour, empathy etc) but I feel she's just so vulnerable to those kinds of incidents until she's able to walk properly.

    Anyhoo...he's moving up to the next room in the New Year when she formally starts������


    I'm so pleased it's going well. She sounds like a very confident little girl and I think it's nice to know she has a bit of spunk about her

    It must be hard to watch when she gets pushed over though. It would be hard to watch at any time but especially as she's not quite up to the others strength wise that must be upsetting. You're right though, kids are VERY resilient and as long as her carer's are stepping up to the plate to comfort her I'm sure she will be ok.

    And all the physical therapy etc that you do with her - well, I'm sure she will be pushing right back pretty soon love!

    It certainly makes it easier knowing she is happy to go too. It would be so much worse if they had to wrench her from your arms each time.

    You're doing well BIB

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMJ View Post
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    I am also on the 2WT. I test tomorrow. Feeling very anxious but will be good to know either way. Good luck to you all for fab results! Xx
    Best of luck today @SMJ let us know how you get on what DPO are you?

    @Tahli I've been known to test at 7DPO I think this time around I will be testing out the booster shots so I'll be peeing on everything way too early as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    I'm so pleased it's going well. She sounds like a very confident little girl and I think it's nice to know she has a bit of spunk about her

    It must be hard to watch when she gets pushed over though. It would be hard to watch at any time but especially as she's not quite up to the others strength wise that must be upsetting. You're right though, kids are VERY resilient and as long as her carer's are stepping up to the plate to comfort her I'm sure she will be ok.

    And all the physical therapy etc that you do with her - well, I'm sure she will be pushing right back pretty soon love!

    It certainly makes it easier knowing she is happy to go too. It would be so much worse if they had to wrench her from your arms each time.

    You're doing well BIB
    LOL!! I'm sure she will Luv!!������ I saw a few incidents of "argy-bargy" between other LO's vying for toys. Pushing/shoving when 1 child tried to take it off another & tears if they succeeded!!������

    Yes it was upsetting Luv but I know they've got it under control so that makes me feel more confident. I'd feel awful if the shoe was on the other foot & it was DD pushing over another child������

    She's happy to go to DC & Playgroup too so that does make me feel better knowing that������ We're off again this morning so fingers crossed she has an incident free day!!xo

    P.S...Will post the supplements list shortly for you������
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