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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Christ on a bike, that is bl00dy unfair. Knowing how hard it is to get any follies at our age you must be gutted. What CD are you on hon? Did you ovulate early or were they really pushing the boundaries with the Orgalutran?
    I had a few good sized follicles on Friday, but I had quite a few smaller ones. So the plan was to wait to Monday as my oestrogen was 4000. He wanted to give the smaller ones a chance to grow. I agreed. I wanted to have more follicles than 3/4 substantial ones.

    I have noticed on my other cycles where I was doing clomid and also when I was just tracking myself - I was starting to ovulate earlier CD10 and once time I think when I was doing acupuncture that it was CD8/9.

    I've got an appointment on Tuesday to follow up and start the new plan.

    I'm thinking of asking for DHEA or if I should take testosterone plus melatonin again plus all the other 2,000 things I'm doing. And dropping kilos in a crash diet.

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    @Precious40 I am so sorry to hear it's an ectopic. I hope your surgery goes smoothly allowing for you to move on and Greive your loss. @Blossom74 I shall do up a list of my enemies for you to deal them although I reckon summers DH's ex might need to be at the top, she does sound like a piece of work. You know summer that the reason she is such is such a biatch is because she is jealous that your just a better person than her. Trust me when I say that anyone can have kids just look around you in the supermarket but just because she did it doesn't make her special. One day her kids will like you better than her because of what she is doing now, they will see her trying to keep them from their father and I can only imagine what she fills their heads with at home. My friend did this to her kids with their dad and now that they are older and teenagers they choose not to see her. She hasn't seen them for over 6 months. It is all very sad and stupid because it didn't have to go that way but that is what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amie999 View Post
    @GreyDove best wishes out to you ... It's apparently not often that it happens, I was using the nasel spray not the orgalutran jab at the time and remember it's being really upsetting.
    It does sound like you have a good amount of follicles ready for the next go if that helps.
    That's what I'm holding on to ... I had a few decent follicles. I'll add some more supplements to my regime and drop some weight too.

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    @Precious40 - not good that it's ectopic but good on the other hand it was detected early before a rupture.
    @Summer - hell hath no fury like a Bub Hub women scorned ! I think desperation makes some people go to all lengths to get what they want even if that means affecting others. As DH always says to me, just rise above it, be the bigger person. I don't always follow that rule when someone gets to me.
    @GreyDove - I don't know what to say, that's terrible. Maybe orgalutran is not for you in future cycles. Sounds like you are thinking ahead to your next cycle, which is good. Look forward not back. Something I'm not that good at myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    Oh no @GreyDove I'm so sorry. That must've been hard to hear so I hope you weren't alone. Did they provide any explanation? Has that happened before?
    I'm going in to see the prof on Tuesday morning to see what he says. Then we'll form a game plan for the next cycle. I was at work when I got the news and had to hold it together. Dogs and cats provide a great deal of comfort when needed. Even the midnight armpit biting bandit was appreciated.

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    @Green lady ... I'm not entirely too good at looking forward myself ... but I am working really hard on being more present and not thinking and dwelling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreyDove View Post
    @Green lady ... I'm not entirely too good at looking forward myself ... but I am working really hard on being more present and not thinking and dwelling.
    @GreyDove - I know I ruminate about things and post analyse to death - all usually to no benefit. DH says if you practice at not thinking and dwelling eventually it will come naturally. He's possibly right. Good luck with forming the game plan for the next cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    It was really hard to tell how it went today, she spent WAY more time in with the report writer than my DH and I think DH got thrown some curve balls he wasn't ready for so his answers might not have been that great. I hope he got his point across though because there's no doubt DSS was coached to the MAX about what to say in there :-( Anyway, hopefully the judge will sort through the truth to find out what is in DSSs best interests.

    The report writer only talked to me for five minutes and wanted to know if I had any experience with children (that is the ex saying that I can't be a good step-mother because I don't have children myself) and although he said up-front that it doesn't carry any weight with him whatsoever, he said he had to ask about my health and miscarriages because it was in the affidavit. But honestly it was five minutes if that and felt very superficial.


    I wouldn't worry too much about the family report love. We had one done too, and it didn't amount to much in the end. The report basically said that my husband and I presented as well-rounded people, that his ex was still visibly upset and un-accepting of our relationship, that she didn't want her child being around me and that her child didn't want to see me either.

    The consultant also picked up on the fact that the child had obviously been coached by her Mother to say certain things and that the Mother had expressed a lot of her anger about my DH and I in front of the child which therefore impacted on the child's opinion of me.

    The recommendation of the family report was to allow the child only small periodic visits with DH on the condition that I was not present, which DH refused to agree to in his interview. The judge on the day said (and I quote) "I don't give a damn what that reports says!" The judges have been there and seen it all before love, and they can read a lot more into those reports than what is actually written on the paper. That includes when the consultants have empathy for the bitter ex's and are compelled to err on the side of caution in their recommendations.

    I am positive that all will be well on the day. There is so little tolerance within the court system for this sort of BS and at the actual proceeding it is unlikely any of the things in the report will even be mentioned. Usually the judges just read over them prior to the case starting, and if there are no significant issues (violence, drugs, alcohol etc) they simply proceed to standard age-appropriate agreements with little conversation about the case at all. I do know how stressful it is, but my gut (and experience) tells me it will all be just fine
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    So sorry about your cycle @GreyDove that is so unfair. The wine and hello kitty Pez sounds exactly the right formula for dealing with it, fruck the mindfulness!! Sometimes just going for the naughty stuff is the only answer. I hope this never happens again and they can work out why it's happening. have a drink or 3 for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissDa View Post
    Supposed to help give you the coping mechanisms to deal with life's disappointments, don't know if it is as therapeutic as wine or mint slices but we'll see������

    I'm dubious about that! Mint slices are pretty powerful therapy!

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