@Gagingi and prayers being sent for an excellent fertility report this morning!!!!
Morning, jumping into the thread of knowledge power on here. Im on the roll call, but never know if or when to jump in, you are all at different stages and so supportive, very familiar with each other and apparently love food. I have a ttc question on the aspirin. When do you take it in a IVF/ICSI cycle? I know to take it post ov naturally, but Im triggering tonight. And wasn't sure if I start post EPU or post trasnfer? My af is clots and I have 2 mc's under my belt. Last round I had a massive 2 eggs collected 😊, and hoping for a better result on Monday at EPU. Yesterdays 2nd scan showed 5 mature (miracle). I shall be turning 39 in my 2ww. If we are lucky enough to have a transfer. xx
Thanks! Any advice welcome.
Oh hon, that is so sad. I do believe they know when their time is up. I remember my parent's cat, who hated any form of attention at all, came up to me one day and snuggled. I said to Mum "I think he's dying." He lost the ability to walk the next day and we had to send him home. An autopsy showed he was full of cancer - it was terribly sad.
If your boy is 16 he has had a great innings hon. And I'm sure you have given him a wonderful home, and that he knows you love him so very much. I know it's so heartbreaking but he has earned his rest. Just give him all the love you can while you still have him.
Haha neither did i i spent ages hunting around for the choc then i got busy and forgot to eat it.
I'm sorry hon, I had really hoped for a better outcome for you, as I do with all the girls here. Your FS will never admit he did the wrong thing or didn't take all the necessary precautions - that would leave him exposed to litigation! I think all you can do, as you said, is regroup and prepare for the next round. And when that time comes, be like a dog with a bone about it. Insist on regular BT's and monitoring. Sometimes we have to be b!tches about it to get what we want, but I really do think there are times when WE know better. Hugs hon
I can imagine the disappointment of searching through your house and coming up empty handed! That NEVER happens around here. I have so much chocolate stashed in so many places it's hard not to come across it! You're welcome to come round for a choc-fest any time. We could research the effect of dual-consumption for @Summer!
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