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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    @Blossom74 I don't know I had breast issues in 2014 after a stim cycle and I had mastisis I was not pregnant, no baby, no children but I got tested and had my breast scanned and that is what it was I took antibiotics and had to steam my breast under hot water and rub the lumps out.

    Interesting, thanks for that info. Hopefully the Doc can shed some light on it tomorrow.

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    @Gangini I'm with Monash not Wazza yet - Kee Ong is my FS
    I'm hoping to move over to Wazza - on a waiting list atm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    I have a sore boob


    It feels a bit achey and when I bend over it hurts and radiates out to the nipple.


    I have a Doctor's appointment tomorrow morning to get it checked out, but in the mean time I've been constructive and convinced myself I have breast cancer.


    It's not TTOTM so not hormone related, and I don't get breast tenderness at TTOTM anyway. It's been sore for two days.


    Is this the end?
    Luv..it could be a blocked duct or a fibroadenoma (I have one) etc. It could well be hormonal regardless of the fact it's not TTOTM.

    Odds are on your side it's nothing sinister. Get some bloods done & ask for an ultrasound just to be sure😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    She is only signed with travelling donors as far as I know I think she donated in Maylasia in 2014 and the couple had twins, then she donated in thailand last year and they are pregnant with a singleton right now. Now there is me. My donor is 23 turning 24.

    Australian laws even though most are over 40 and I am 36 the eggs are 23 so they won't let us do it. Wazza has been getting a bit of heat from it all ( the travelling donor program)from multiple parties.
    Reckon Wazza would let you do a DET if it was up to him!!!😊

    That's ok....you'll only need the 1 anyway😊👍

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    That's really interesting @Maxwellsmum, so they go by the age of the eggs not the donor. For some reason I thought she was an unproven donor. It's great that you know she's helped to create 2 pregnancies, with you her third no doubt.

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    I'd wondered exactly the same thing today @Charlie74. I'm really reluctant to ask it in the Wazza thread as I can't keep up with the girls on this thread let alone a whole new one!
    @Maxwellsmum Does the CT 6 baby family limit apply here?
    @Bongley What is the limit here as to how many babies an Aussie ED can help to create?
    Im finding the differences really interesting!
    @Summer I hope you and DH have had a more peaceful day today.

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    Ta heaps. Very helpful. Yep, I do have PHI for hospital cover. I'm guessing you don't know if they have a local sperm donor database?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    I'd wondered exactly the same thing today @Charlie74. I'm really reluctant to ask it in the Wazza thread as I can't keep up with the girls on this thread let alone a whole new one!
    @Maxwellsmum Does the CT 6 baby family limit apply here?
    @Bongley What is the limit here as to how many babies an Aussie ED can help to create?
    Im finding the differences really interesting!
    @Summer I hope you and DH have had a more peaceful day today.
    @Tahli As far as I understand it, it depends on the state. For example NSW & WA it's 5 families but everywhere else I think it is 10 (including their own family). So a donor's limit depends on the state of the recipient she is donating to. So anyone donating to me (in NSW) couldn't have donated to more than 4 families including her own. I also can't on donate my unused embryos. I quickly googled those figures so don't quote me

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    @Maxwellsmum thats a fab egg haul im so excited for you. Very disapointing about your lining. Mine is thinner this time too post scratch and flush. Although still good.

    @calypso75 good luck for epu tomorrow luv.

    @Tahli welcome back luv. This thread isnt the same without you

    @Blossom im stamping my feet in your frustration about your add approval. Cmon

    @aime999 wazza is tha bomb ive been to 3 different clinics and 4fs and he is by far the best. Clinically and bed side manner etc. Although he did ask me for cannualation tips yesterday. Hee hee. He couldnt get my line in for intralipids. We sorted it though.

    Hi to everyone else ive had a big day. Hopefully do more personals later.

    Dh and i have decided to go to epu fri. We have 4 follicles seen rhs 22mm, 20mm lhs usually empty. Rhs18mm 15mm 13mm but E2 is only 1334 so im guessing maybe 2 eggs? However i figure 2 is better than none which ive had in the past so fx i get at least 3 but happy with 2. 1 will be tough... i have been there too though. Ah the roller coaster continues. Linning is almost 10. Yippee.

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    @infinity888 Your E2 levels will have gone up again by tomorrow so yep, I reckon there'll definitely be 3 at least for you
    Great lining too btw!!!!

    and prayers being sent your way!!!!

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