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    @Charlie74 - how frustrating for you. Is there a point were too much estrogen can have a negative effect on your lining? The only reason I throw this out there is that on my first cycle my lining was 14mm just prior to EPU (my FS described it as a luscious triple stripe) and then in my subsequent two cycles it had got to 8.4 or something like that - my FS has commented that my lining hasn't gotten that thick despite the high estrogen levels ( no more luscious comments!) - in those last two cycles my estrogen levels were really high around 14,000 whereas on the first cycle my level was 8000 or 9000 ( with a similar number of follicles). So my lining was best on the cycle with the lower estrogen. I know estrogen is only one part of the recipe however and it could just be coincidence.
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    @Sue77 Congrats on your plan of action. Great news. You sound like a woman on a mission!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Summer My goodness gracious me love. What a mind field. Literally. Can she have your current counseling session notes subpoenaed?
    Yes she could. Our counseling is private (not under a medicare plan) so can't be accessed through medical records, & DH and I have only had three sessions in three years, so not exactly crisis stuff even if somehow it was found out that we had a couple of sessions.

    For my personal counseling I've done a lot, but I spoke with my counselor on Friday and she said that she doesn't believe anything in my personal sessions is relevant to being a good step-mother so she would happily refuse a subpeona. That was if it came to that point which it shouldn't - as the step-mother I'm not really in question unless there was signs of total mental instability or violence or something, so hopefully the judge will see that line of thought as irrelevant. But it's pretty nasty stuff to bring up as a reason why DH shouldn't have more access to his son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    Lots happening this week! Good luck at your scan @Charlie74 & that line is looking great @winsor! @Caesardust will be hoping that line darkens up later in the week, and @Gagingi that is looking good for an excellent EPU!

    AFM, how is this? We are heading to court for DH to increase time with his son, and in the affidavit by his ex, she brings up my miscarriages and the rough time I had with my health as reasons why DSS shouldn't spend any more time in our "emotional household" than necessary. Fruck me, she got that info off my blog where I do share some of my story, but fancy using that against us in court. Does it get any lower than that?

    BTW no matter how bad I've felt or how bad I've been grieving, we've kept DSS separate from it as much as possible, so no, I wouldn't say he is living in an emotionally detrimental household. Cow.
    Fruck me!! Talk about "clutching at straws"!!!

    Desperate Mole!!!😡

    Strongly doubt the judge is going to agree that's reasonable grounds to not grant any further access Luvxo

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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    thanks ladies. yes I've got an appt at 9am tomorrow to see my GP. I guess I get the BTs done at a pathology place nearby. I don't think they do BTs at the clinic any more. will find out tomorrow in any case.
    @Summer, that is really low. she shouldn't have brought it up and it's not fair on any of you. sounds nasty. I hope it doesn't impact the judge's impression/decision.
    Just be making sure you tick the "urgent" box!!!😉😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    Lots happening this week! Good luck at your scan @Charlie74 & that line is looking great @winsor! @Caesardust will be hoping that line darkens up later in the week, and @Gagingi that is looking good for an excellent EPU!

    AFM, how is this? We are heading to court for DH to increase time with his son, and in the affidavit by his ex, she brings up my miscarriages and the rough time I had with my health as reasons why DSS shouldn't spend any more time in our "emotional household" than necessary. Fruck me, she got that info off my blog where I do share some of my story, but fancy using that against us in court. Does it get any lower than that?

    BTW no matter how bad I've felt or how bad I've been grieving, we've kept DSS separate from it as much as possible, so no, I wouldn't say he is living in an emotionally detrimental household. Cow.
    @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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    @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.
    Exactly. No beating with pee-sticks in this house! The only time we've discussed it with DSS was originally when we talked about him having a little brother or sister. That was three years ago and we've not mentioned it since. I don't think any judge would take that seriously, I actually wrote the stuff about my health in 2014, so it's old news anyway & my health if it had to be checked out by a practitioner is excellent now.

    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?

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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    ������ my lining is still only 5.8

    Cd13 and on 12mg progynova, 2 estraderm patches, nitro dur 5mg, aspirin daily.. And still only 5.8 FFS!!!!

    Last cycle without the nitrodur & only 8mg of progynova it was 6 on cd14. So the extra crap has made zero difference basically

    So now I wait for a nurse to call me with any further instructions.


    Crap @Charlie74. There's always something to throw a spanner in the works, isn't there. Here's hoping your clinic has some new ideas....

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