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    Quote Originally Posted by Billie2 View Post
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    Afternoon & happy IWD. I received my medical records in the post from the hosp. Ive attached a snapshot. The other page mentions my uterus was slightly enlarged and my endometrium was not thickened, measuring 7mm. Does this mean I had no lining? My lining was 7mm at my CD8 first scan. So it didnt progress or was washed away in my downpour of blood loss? I will ask the FS at our next meeting as I am getting all my records at the time. Im still confused and angry.

    Hope all is well. Best wishes @winsor for your scan. A heartbeat is brilliant news. Its a huge hurdle.

    Take care xx

    Ok...soooo 13 mls of fluid in your Pouch of Douglas (which is the area between the uterus and rectum in females) which is likely caused by EPU.

    There was no evidence of Arteriovenous Malformation in your pelvis which is good though the tachycardic episode/drop in BP wouldn't have been nice on top of all the bleeding

    Your lining being 7mm means that you did indeed have a lining that was consistent of where you were in your Cycle/transfer. Having too thick a lining (which is called Endometrium Hyperplasia) is a risk factor for cancer of our "Lady Bits" though it doesn't cause it outright, so I daresay the Gynae was looking in that direction as a possible cause for your bleeding episode and the fact your lining was within the normal limits ruled that out

    I'm still putting my money on what I said it was in my earlier post (having mind blank atm!!!)

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    Thanks girls. I've held down the meds I took a few hours ago but my tummy is gurgling like a mad thing. I'm wrecked. As soon as I could feel it starting lastnight I thought, that'll teach me. I got too far ahead of myself joking about buying preg tests when I'm not even in CT yet.
    It'll be interesting to see if I can keep down my evening meds, as they have the Metformin in them.
    If I do another cycle I can say with certainty that Metformin will not be part of my protocol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Do you think this article is referring to a scratch and Metformin?

    PS: I just read this media release with more reputable newspapers and it does mention the endo scratch but not the specific Diabetic medication.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3481318/Breakthrough-end-misery-serial-miscarriages-Medics-thought-root-cause-condition-paving-way-expensive-treatments.html


    Yep...sounds like it to me Luv

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    FYI there is a medicare app that you can use too, so you can just take photos of the receipts and send them off electronically.

    Ah yes, but that would require a phone which was not cut out of a rock. My mobile still has buttons, lol. No fancy slidey-screen things around here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Violently painful vomiting and diarrhea started at 10pm lastnight. Up to DS having bad dreams 3 times. Kids party at a loud soft play centre this morning. Exhausted. Vomited up lastnight's meds. I've only taken my 8am meds now and the arvo meds are due to be taken in 2hrs. Lets see if I can keep the ones I've just taken down.
    I'm trying to think which are the most important to get and keep in me. Progy, as I'm petrified of loosing my lining. I guess I could do these vaginally?? Thankfully the Clexane and Gestone are injected, and the Crinone stays put, as does the Estraderm patch.
    I'm strongly blaming the Metformin. Should I take 2 Maxalon?
    3.5 days til transfer and things are being derailed....


    Good. God. Almighty.

    You're having a rough trot aren't you love?

    Oh, I so feel for you. There is nothing worse than gastro.

    Get as many fluids in as you can hon. As far as meds go, whatever can be injected, keep doing that. Anything that can go up an orifice, do that too. As far as pill swallowing goes, maybe hold out tonight so you can quickly take them and then lie down with a cool cloth on your forehead in the dark. Give yourself the best possible chance of keeping them down, ya know?

    Sending you big hugs. From a distance. I don't wanna get too close at the moment!

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    @Billie2, well, that report is all well and good but it doesn't really give many explanations, does it? I presume they are chalking it all up to 'One of those things?'

    Either way, I hope you're feeling a little better - at least physically - now. Big hugs to you hon, you've been through the wringer too.

    God, we all bl00dy deserve awards around here I reckon

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    Deleted. Double post. Well done, Bub Hub, well done

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    So, for the last 3 days I have eaten everything in sight. It is only that the cats move around too quickly that they are still with us. I am cramming food into my gob with ZERO control. I couldn't figure out what the hell was wrong with me. The scales are up 2 kilos!


    And then it hit me.


    BL00DY Prednisolone!

    The be-atch is back.....

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    ...would you like some Metformin @Blossom74?!!

    PS: How do you wee in DP's lunchbox without splash back? Isn't it too shallow?!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    ...would you like some Metformin @Blossom74?!!

    PS: How do you wee in DP's lunchbox without splash back? Isn't it too shallow?!!


    Nah. I think I'd rather be able to eat and keep it down. Thanks for the offer though

    I don't know, it doesn't really matter what I do, there will be wee everywhere anyway. The splashback is not too bad though. It's quite a wide container and if I hold it up close to my hoo-ha it seems to work ok.

    TMI?

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