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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    Wowee @Blossom74 that is an amazing coincidence! Yep, you guys were definitely meant to reconnect. Knowing someone who has been through the same as you is very reassuring too. I've found that my friends who haven't had a miscarriage just dismiss it as if it was nothing and it's hard to not have your heart-breaking losses acknowledged. Even though it's a club none of us want to belong to, it does help to have friends who understand.

    Absolutely. And she did do it tough too. 4 stims, lots of follies (15 on average each time) but crappy egg quality, with only 1 or 2 per round making it to PGD testing.

    She says sometimes when she is playing with her baby she just bursts into tears. She wanted her so desperately and can't believe it finally worked. And she is the loveliest girl. I am very happy for her.

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    @Summer i definitely see your line fx luv it gets darker.

    @Blossom74 definitely a sign from above.

    Good morning everyone else😀😀😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    Ok, the Queen of Evap Lines is back and I have another barely there squinter this morning. Same as the other day really. I think I often get excited because each pregnancy started this way, a barely there line that then got progressively darker. I know it's still way too early to even be testing (10dpo) and at this very early stage dilution would play a big part, but I think I am getting evap lines. Are they common on FRER's? Anyway, not sure if you can see anything in the photo, but there is something there IRL.

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    @Summer I think you may get an evap on a one off or cheap tests but not consistently on a frer. I do think it means something is trying to happen. Fingers crossed it gets darker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    @Blossom74, that's a beautiful story.. In recent years I've started firmly believing that things happen for a reason. I feel comfort in the thought that not everything is random.. That it's all part of the journey, and our journey is just as (if not more) important than the destination.

    My best example of this is that sometimes I feel SOOOOOO angry with myself for staying in my last relationship for 18yrs. he was never 'ready' for kids (even though he was older than me!).

    Some bad days (like earlier this week..) I really hate myself for being so stupid and not leaving my ex when I was 25, 28, 30, 35 even!!! I gave him all my best childbearing years. I used to worry that I would one day end up old & childless and blaming him ...������ my worry came true!

    BUT if I'd left him when I was younger, I wouldn't be with my DP now.. Who is 8 yrs younger and the most beautiful, insightful, charming, loving, respectful man I have EVER met in my life. Even my mum says he is probably the loveliest man she's ever come across.. She LOVES him!! Lol!

    Actually last night something my mum wrote on Facebook had me in tears.. A friend of mine 'shared' a really beautiful photo of a sculpture that depicted a mother & the child she had lost, someone had posted it and was acknowledging all mothers who have miscarried & the child they never met but will love forever. My mum wrote a simple line about how she thinks about her angels in heaven often... She had 4 m/c.. I was so sad for her reading it. And for the siblings I never got to know.. It's a really beautiful sculpture.. I don't know if I should post it here Bcos I don't want to make anyone sad.. But if anyone would like to see it let me know and I can try pm'ing it to you.

    I would like to see it @Charlie74.


    And yes, I agree with you. I don't necessarily believe there is a God guiding us, but I do believe in fate and destiny. Like you, I don't give much credit to 'random.'

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    @Charlie74 I would love to see it too, I've had an amazing lady create a sculpture for me, but I can't afford to buy it off her yet. It is a woman being supported by a man as she comes out of her cocoon (with wings) and is holding a child. It is profound and I hope I can purchase it sometime...

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    @Bongley I think you could be right *something* is trying to happen. Because I am a POAS ADDICT I just did a 2mu stick and the line is a little darker again. If only FRER's cost $1 each I'd do one every single time I peed

    Time to step away from the sticks. STEP AWAY SUMMER!

    **Summer runs to fridge to quicky grab two pessaries to insert whilst taking aspirin and folate*** Should I start Clexane? Too early to call yet??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    It's called 'Child That Was Never Born'
    I think it's really beautiful

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    Oh, it is very beautiful. And yes, I teared up. It's a very emotive piece. I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    @Bongley I think you could be right *something* is trying to happen. Because I am a POAS ADDICT I just did a 2mu stick and the line is a little darker again. If only FRER's cost $1 each I'd do one every single time I peed

    Time to step away from the sticks. STEP AWAY SUMMER!

    **Summer runs to fridge to quicky grab two pessaries to insert whilst taking aspirin and folate*** Should I start Clexane? Too early to call yet??

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    Gosh @Summer, If I had that on a FRER I'd be pretty excited! I think something is DEFINITELY trying to happen there - that is not just a water-mark IMO. I'd play it safe. Take all your multivitamins, pessaries, folate etc. Personally, I would take the Clexane. I can't think of any reason it would be harmful to take, even if you weren't PG. @BIB, where are you?! We need Technical Support!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    It's called 'Child That Was Never Born'
    I think it's really beautiful

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    Oh @Charlie74 that is such a perfect depiction of it, that I just burst into tears. I want it. I am going to have my friend recreate it. I need to be able to look at this. It is incredible.

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    @Summer looking good!

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