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    Quote Originally Posted by MissDa View Post
    A few years ago my little dog had to be put to sleep (2 years old) and I know some people would disagree that the grief I felt (and still feel) for him is of no comparison to that of losing a child at any stage, and I respect and understand that. My plan is to plant a frangipani tree in the middle of our yard and scatter his ashes there. However it's been two years since he passed and I'm still not ready for that final goodbye but do look forward to one day when I'm old and grey sitting under that tree and just thinking of him.X

    Oh hon, I'm so sorry I am the same with my fur-babies. I had a dog and a cat who passed within a month of each other - the dog was 15 and the cat was 9. I had them both cremated and to this day they are in little urns in my house. I can't bare the thought of putting them out anywhere as we rent, and I don't want to leave them behind

    I lost Blossom at 8 weeks and the grief was insurmountable. I honestly can't say that when I lost my dog and my cat it was any easier. Either way they were members of my family, and whilst I don't cry myself to sleep about them anymore (they've been gone for nearly ten years) I still miss them desperately.

    I form very tight attachments to my animals so I feel for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Everything will be OK in the end.
    If it's not OK it's not the end.

    OE cycle

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    Possibly seeking ED - final OE cycle
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    Love it, love it, love it!


    Go over 40's, go!



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    Hey all just got home after a busy day @Blossom74 best of luck with the bank or you could always try for low fee credit card. We put all the ivf costs on our cc. @winsor your plans sound perfect.

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    thanks Infinity - that's amazing if they've found the issue. I really hope this is it. maybe up your yoghurt (for your gut bacteria) if you're having AB for a while & high doses as they can cause thrush also (as I discovered post-appendix recovery). xx

    thanks MissDa - I think that's a beautiful idea for your beloved pup. I think grief is grief, we can feel it for all living beings. xx

    congrats on great scan results. so good to hear it all working out for you after all you've been through

    & glad your DD's walking has progressed BiB - that sounds really encouraging! your hard work is starting to pay off

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    Fantales 😱 How have I not seen these🤔 I am taking a Bub hub emergency break will be back in half an hour or so (no I am not going to the shop to buy ice cream 🙄)
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    thanks midnite xx

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    @Blossom yeah ive been tested for chlamydia at every clinic but that and all standard other tests have always come back clear. I can honestly say i hadn't heard of this one. I had a hysteroscopy done 12 months ago with a dr i didnt really trust and i was told nothing was there then so im not sure where i got it from? Maybe ivf or maybe retained products im not sure. Mmm i know it can be sexually transmitted after Dr google so hubby may need course of abs too? I could of had it for years i guess but i would of thought the hysteroscopy would of picked it up. Anyway fx this gives me a chance.

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    @CAEsurdust always if it helps. I hadnt heard of it before but that doesn't mean much it could be a common thing. Mycoplasma genatailium i think. Haha its a bacteria infection i think.

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    @MissDa there's no shame in grieving for a pet. I still get teary when thinking about some of the pets I lost. They brought me comfort and companionship better than people have at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity888 View Post
    @Blossom yeah ive been tested for chlamydia at every clinic but that and all standard other tests have always come back clear. I can honestly say i hadn't heard of this one. I had a hysteroscopy done 12 months ago with a dr i didnt really trust and i was told nothing was there then so im not sure where i got it from? Maybe ivf or maybe retained products im not sure. Mmm i know it can be sexually transmitted after Dr google so hubby may need course of abs too? I could of had it for years i guess but i would of thought the hysteroscopy would of picked it up. Anyway fx this gives me a chance.

    Good thinking, 99. It's like thrush can be passed backwards and forwards. The gift that keeps on giving. Yep, I'd be getting DH in for a test/course of antibiotics too

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