Summer wow that is really low. It would actually swing my opinion against her. Every family goes through their own issues, it all depends on how you handle them so it doesn't mean squat really. Unless your DH's son says you've been beating him with negative wee sticks every month or something.
Last edited by Bongley; 08-02-2016 at 12:20.
So I think @BlondeinBrisvegas is right, she is clutching at straws and doesn't really have a case, so is bringing up anything that could possibly paint us in a negative light. But my miscarriages really? REALLY?
I'm with Bongley @Summer. I think that reflects very poorly on her for bringing it up (shows a lack of empathy) and very well on you for venting your thoughts appropriately through a blog and counselling. It really is nasty stuff on her behalf and IMO your DSS would benefit from more time away from a person like that.
@Charlie74 I know you're looking at everything to increase that lining, so I'll put my two cents worth in. Have you tried castor oil packs externally over your uterus area? I did that when I was cycling and normally my lining ended up really good - you can get organic castor oil at the health food store (do not take internally!) and soak a flannel in it (it's really messy so wear old clothes and lay on an old towel and don't wash those with other clothes as it goes through everything!). Put the flannel low on your abdomen and put glad wrap over the top, then a hot water bottle. Lay there for fifteen minutes, or do some massage on your belly, then wash off, store the flannel in a zip lock bag and use again the next day.
I would only use it prior to transfer (not even on the day or day before just to be safe) but if you've got a couple of days up your sleeve it can't hurt to have a go! Here's a link: http://www.yinstill.com/self-treatment-home
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