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    We've all had those moments @Rosie888. The best thing to do is exactly what you did...have a good cry! All the built up stress and emotion just bubbles over sometimes. All the ladies here definitely understand. I'm with @Chyna and am also a bit paranoid about getting my hair done at least until I'm through the 1st trimester. Lots of my friends get their hair done though so it really is a personal choice.

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    @mrsparso the cry helped get a lot of emotions out. Crap I should of thought about I earlier, I have blonde hair and am overdue already haha! @Chyna I understand what your saying. Dammit

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsparso View Post
    We've all had those moments @Rosie888. The best thing to do is exactly what you did...have a good cry! All the built up stress and emotion just bubbles over sometimes. All the ladies here definitely understand. I'm with @Chyna and am also a bit paranoid about getting my hair done at least until I'm through the 1st trimester. Lots of my friends get their hair done though so it really is a personal choice.
    Thanks honey, I've got alot of friends that have done theirs but if anything happened all for the sake of a hair do i wouldn't forgive myself as i've come so far to get where i am. Currently 16wk 4 days and think will wait until at least 30wks mark if I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie8888 View Post
    @mrsparso the cry helped get a lot of emotions out. Crap I should of thought about I earlier, I have blonde hair and am overdue already haha! @Chyna I understand what your saying. Dammit
    yep me too and am turning into a honey coloured grey hair lady lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chyna View Post
    Thanks honey, I've got alot of friends that have done theirs but if anything happened all for the sake of a hair do i wouldn't forgive myself as i've come so far to get where i am. Currently 16wk 4 days and think will wait until at least 30wks mark if I can.
    Yep i completely agree with you! I avoid eating all the foods/drinks and anything else recommended just so i know I've done everything i possibly can! I think when you've been through what we have it's easy to understand why we sometimes get that way. It sends us all a little bit crazy i think 😉

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    @Rosie8888 - Its hard when you think things are going well hun and you are definately allowed some time out to come to terms with the outcome. Definately focus on the one snuggling inside you. As for having your hair coloured I agree with the other ladies, I don't get mine done at all unless I know I have a big gap between cycles. My hair is a mess at the moment a line of colour half way down my head plus I also had a lot of hair loss after my blighted ovum at the beginning of the year presume its just like after labour as the hcg leaves your body. So I dont feel very human at all but it will hopefully one day all be worth it 😳.
    @mrsparso - Yes we all turn a little crazy but its good to know we have tried everything and covered every base. Hope all is good with your embies tomorrow hun and you get the go ahead for transfer on Saturday.

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    The things we do to Have our little miracles .. I have lovely regrowth oh well my main priority is getting embie to stick etc. Thanks ladies xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsparso View Post
    @sumteng thanks so much! That is really helpful. That's a good idea to have the different boxes for all the different pill popping sessions. I'm similar to you and try to spread having the vitamins etc through the day as well. The meds are definitely hitting me. My DS is at daycare today and i just went back to bed and slept for a solid 4 hours! I guess i must have needed it. I hope you are managing to watch lots of your favourite tv shows and movies while on bedrest and are not getting too bored ☺
    You're most welcome! anything to make this whole journey any easier is so worth it! it still takes me up to an hr to fill these up once a week (concentration level!!!) as I've also learnt to do a stocktake of leftover meds after I dish out the week's supply. There was a point (and even still now) DH was at Wazza's office/The Mill 2-4 times a day cos of how much I was taking. Another trick I learnt is to use sticky tabs (like the "sign here" tabs you use to mark paper?) and wrote how many tablets vs how many times a day. That way, when it comes to allocating meds, I don't have to re-read Wazza's handwritting or the latest meds plan. I colour coded mine as red, DH as blue for ease of allocating. It also meant that when hormones were outta control, DH could still figure out how to give me my meds for the day without stressing me out with questions re every med/vitamin. It's a little bit of work to set up, but I was very grateful I put the effort in once Valium Zombie took over and brain ceased to work. Oh um, and I suggest you attack this AFTER a very nice chillax nap!

    AFM - trying to learn from the best (x2 mini schnauzers) how to laze and R&R all day long. They make it look so easy!!! Lucky for me, they don't hog the TV remote! Itching to go to intralipids tomorrow so I can get out of the house. Yep, anything for a leave pass ... haha

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    @Heyside, thank you I will give the hair a miss, kicking my self I wasn't prepared earlier to go more my natural colour. I went blonde for my wedding April 23rd and then get so consumed it starting my cycle I forgot to dye it back. Ohwell.
    @mrsparso fingers are crossed for you and transfer xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumteng View Post
    You're most welcome! anything to make this whole journey any easier is so worth it! it still takes me up to an hr to fill these up once a week (concentration level!!!) as I've also learnt to do a stocktake of leftover meds after I dish out the week's supply. There was a point (and even still now) DH was at Wazza's office/The Mill 2-4 times a day cos of how much I was taking. Another trick I learnt is to use sticky tabs (like the "sign here" tabs you use to mark paper?) and wrote how many tablets vs how many times a day. That way, when it comes to allocating meds, I don't have to re-read Wazza's handwritting or the latest meds plan. I colour coded mine as red, DH as blue for ease of allocating. It also meant that when hormones were outta control, DH could still figure out how to give me my meds for the day without stressing me out with questions re every med/vitamin. It's a little bit of work to set up, but I was very grateful I put the effort in once Valium Zombie took over and brain ceased to work. Oh um, and I suggest you attack this AFTER a very nice chillax nap!

    AFM - trying to learn from the best (x2 mini schnauzers) how to laze and R&R all day long. They make it look so easy!!! Lucky for me, they don't hog the TV remote! Itching to go to intralipids tomorrow so I can get out of the house. Yep, anything for a leave pass ... haha
    Wow you are so organised! Are you a teacher by any chance? I only say that as I am and i love labeling things- including the use of sticky notes! That's a good idea to stick the notes on the meds. You've definitely inspired me to get on top of juggling it all a bit better. I think I'll wait to see if we get a transfer and then if so I'll reward myself by getting all my meds sorted!

    I know what you mean about the dogs having no trouble relaxing. I have my little moodle curled up at my feet as we speak! At least they are good company hey?? Good little heaters too! Hope you enjoy your little excursion out for intrapilids ☺


 

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