@Blossom74 I'm glad you are getting it checked out. It's prob burning but better to be safe than sorry!
glad to hear you're getting more tests @Blossom74. I'm sure it's harmless but always best to get these things checked out.
I had some lumps under one of my armpits a few months ago - wasn't sure if it was hormones from last year's cycle resetting/clearing out or something else. went to the doctor & she checked & said it was ok & to monitor it. I ended up changing soap to my medicated one and it cleared up so maybe was bacterial. dr google had me worried
winsor - I have this at the moment and i thought its like hair follicle infection or something but have been wondering if i should get it checked out. Thats so weird you have had it too. What soap do you use? I thought it might have been my deodorant and have been using talc to keep it dry.
@Chiefsgirl congratulations to your husband and you on the birth of adorable Adalyn. Your hearts must be bursting with love.
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@Blossom74 I am glad to hear that it is probably nothing but that you are still going to get it fully checked out.
Thank you for all your kind thoughts ladies. I am home from egg collection where they managed to coax 5 eggs out. I don't know where the other 2 came from. Whilst I would love it if all 5 fertilised, I need to be realistic and aim for 2 or 3 (whilst secretly hoping for 5). I find out how many fertilised tomorrow.
I am not in pain which I thought I would be and came out of the anaesthetic feeling well. The anaesthetist said he would put something in to help me. I felt so old when I saw him and felt like asking if he was on year 10 work experience. He looked so young.
I was crying in recovery and when my poor husband walked in he thought they collected 0. I was emotional as we last conceived in July and were due this week. I can't keep looking back though. Now to have a sleep.
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