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    I hope your DD is feeling better @BlondeinBrisvegas and it doesn't start up again. what a rough start to the day for you all. I hope you get some rest later too

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    Sounds awful @BlondeinBrisvegas ! I hope she's ok and over the worst of it now. Enjoy those choccies and hope your day improves!!


    good luck @Gagingi for your embies, 4 is a decent number but I can understand your nervousness about the next few days. This part of it all is the worst bit as far as I'm concerned, so I feel for you. I'm sending you lots of good luck vibes
    @billie good luck for epu tomorrow! You won't be the only ones not having s.e.x.y time today Ever since the wine dried up so did the bonking! Funny about that eh...

    happy sunday everyone

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    Just a quick update. My cat is still alive but not doing so well, I am in two minds about taking him to vet. He isn't in pain but his breathing seems heavy so for now I have him shut in the house with us. He is just so old that I know if I take him to the vet what they will say. I would rather he passed at home with us. @BlondeinBrisvegas that sounds like an awful night your poor DD. It is true that DC brigs out just about every illness. When I worked there I got hand foot and mouth and dare I say it well nits. I got nits in my glorious Long blonde hair. I felt so dirty, I ended up at my mums house with a nit kit and in tears. @Casuredust I am so sorry Hun xo @Blossom74 ewwww S.E.X mine tried it on yeterday too I dodged him all day and am still lying low. Hopefully he will sort himself out at some point. @Billie2 I was wondering about you the other day as I knew you were stimming now. Keep us posted on how it goes. Sorry if I have missed anyone else. Hope everyone is well.

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    @BlondeinBrisvegas you poor luv. Have you ever rung 13health (13 43 25 84). It's Qld Health. Nurses triage symptoms and let you know how quickly they need medical attention. They also put me through to a doctor once when it was required. They might put your mind at rest - they are usually pro-treatment, so if they say tomorrow is okay I'd be comfortable with that. Our GP (on the southside), is there early this morning, but probably a bit of a hike for you?

    I hope she feels better soon, the doctor turns up, and sanity is restored.
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    @Maxwellsmum our cat developed asthma at about 16. Any chance it might be that? At least he is with you and knows he is loved.

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    @Bongley did you find once you had empty follicles that was it and you always got that/got worse, or did it vary with the protocol? The 4 are still going today (day 2) which is a relief, although early days.

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    Hmm TBH I don't know his behaviour has been odd. We definitely thought he was saying good bye the other night but then there he was again yesterday. So his breathing is very heavy like you can see his whole side shift up and down. He also eats all the time and he wants to eat all the time yet he is losing weight and his spine has become quite skeletal the last week or so. I just assumed the weight loss and eating was due to old age (terrible comparison BUT) my grandad was the same in his final years. I might need to take him to a vet next week just in case.
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    @Maxwellsmum our cat developed asthma at about 16. Any chance it might be that? At least he is with you and knows he is loved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    Hmm TBH I don't know his behaviour has been odd. We definitely thought he was saying good bye the other night but then there he was again yesterday. So his breathing is very heavy like you can see his whole side shift up and down. He also eats all the time and he wants to eat all the time yet he is losing weight and his spine has become quite skeletal the last week or so. I just assumed the weight loss and eating
    was due to old age (terrible comparison BUT) my grandad was the same in his final years. I might need to take him to a vet next week just in case.

    Maybe it's something to do with his thyroid or kidneys Luv??

    Either a way, a vet visit wouldn't hurt I reckon.

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    @Gagingi - you're certainly not out yet. Big numbers don't mean much - I am the poster girl for that. Your 4 could all be good quality.

    My theory on the follicles is that every cycle a different batch is recruited so just because some were empty this time doesn't mean the next batch recruited would be.

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    Ok..Home Doctor has been and gone and reckons DD's vomiting is due to her chest congestion which looks to be pointing towards bronchitis.

    He gave her some Prednisone Liquid (can you believe it?? Just when I thought I'd never see that sh!t again!!) to "open up her chest and help her breathe" which will last for 24 hours and I'm to get some Phernergan and give her 2 doses of that in the next 24 hours until we can get to the GP tomorrow afternoon.

    Am off to Chemist Wharehouse shortly to get it and some Hydralyte and baby crackers for her as he also said just toast and crackers etc if she's hungry but not to worry if she's not. Just make sure she stays hydrated. Small amounts of fluids at a time. She slept for over 2 hrs on the lounge next to me and is currently in her high chair eating a cracker.

    Methinks it's going to be a looooong day so I best go and get on with it. Hope you all have a beautiful V-Day!!!

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