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    Uhm, was that comment for me? No PCOS here!
    I have suuuch a left of field question for you as a QLDer. It's been really hot here in Melb & a few cockroaches appeared in my kitchen lastnight which makes me feel sick. So disgusting!! Do you recommend any product to get rid of them?
    On the upside a little gecko ran into the lounge-room. So cute. I didn't even know we had them in Melb!

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    @Tahli im thinking the comment might have been for @Charlie74?

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    That makes more sense, ta!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Uhm, was that comment for me? No PCOS here!
    I have suuuch a left of field question for you as a QLDer. It's been really hot here in Melb & a few cockroaches appeared in my kitchen lastnight which makes me feel sick. So disgusting!! Do you recommend any product to get rid of them?
    On the upside a little gecko ran into the lounge-room. So cute. I didn't even know we had them in Melb!
    No Luv..for @Charlie74 who was wondering why no DHEA was recommended for her

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    A lot of non-compounding pharmacies can order it in for you too. Your local might be able to get it?
    I went to chemist warehouse and they said I had to get it from a compounding pharmacy so I'll just go back to slade. Thanks ladies. I'm not sure how much it costs does anyone else know? Please say not much (wishful thinking here). I noticed he also gave me no instructions on how to take it. I guess the pharmacist will tell me though?

    For all the ladies out there with lining issues he also talked about this new procedure called scupe. Apparently they take stem cells from your body and put them in your uterus and it helps build a healthy lining. Sounds great but hugely expensive. I was too scared to even ask about price. Anyone had it before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    No Luv..for @Charlie74 who was wondering why no DHEA was recommended for her
    Let the gecko get the cockroaches. That's probably why he was there. I'd avoid using harsh chemicals if nature will take its course.

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    Honestly. @Tahli I just use heaps of cockroach baits that I stash all over the house in every room and cupboards etc. They work really well. Bunnings sell them in bulk pretty cheap compared to supermarkets etc.

    Christ I hate them too!!! Bleh!! Especially the big, fat fruckers!!! Even worse if they can fly!!!

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    Scupe hey? I think @Charlie74 and my ears have just pricked up! I wonder how long it takes to grown the lining. Interesting. I'll add it to the list of things to ask LB about, inc price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    I went to chemist warehouse and they said I had to get it from a compounding pharmacy so I'll just go back to slade. Thanks ladies. I'm not sure how much it costs does anyone else know? Please say not much (wishful thinking here). I noticed he also gave me no instructions on how to take it. I guess the pharmacist will tell me though?

    For all the ladies out there with lining issues he also talked about this new procedure called scupe. Apparently they take stem cells from your body and put them in your uterus and it helps build a healthy lining. Sounds great but hugely expensive. I was too scared to even ask about price. Anyone had it before?
    I know when I was using it a few years ago it was over the $100 mark

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    Well that's a hell of a lot cheaper than I expected. When I heard stem cells I just thought triple zeros.

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