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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    So our lining doesnt take on a second job as a "secretary" then?!

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    I forgot to mention. On the last day of my last (non ivf) cycle I was reading about 'resting hcg levels' on here and I thought 'I wonder....'. So yep, as insane as it felt, I POAS. I was surprised to see an absolute miniscule hinter of a squinter. I've just relooked at the test now, 12 days later, and it's dried into a second line. Interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Blossom74 Speaking of 80's classics. It's a shame there isn't a Perfect Match type of game-show for matching ED's to recipients!!

    "And your compatability match, with a match of 78% is....."


    I was being Dexter. Just in case you didn't recognise my impersonation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lolly99 View Post
    Hi @Blossom74 thanks for thinking of me. I've been going along ok, moving on Saturday and a bit overwhelmed with appointments, packing, work, etc. just hanging out for maternity leave.

    I've been reading along daily/hourly but sometimes I get so sad/angry/frustrated when things don't work out for people. I feel a bit guilty I guess. It's not fair when I was in their shoes not so long ago. I know that pain and heartbreak when some idiot announces their pregnancy and guess what they weren't even trying.

    I feel bad for all the amazing ladies who put their bodies through the ringer (@tahli!) and spend what should be a house deposit or a few fantastic holidays on a failed cycle.

    Every one of you here deserve your BFP and I genuinely hope it happens. By some miracle I got lucky I guess and I wish I knew what I did or how I did it and I would make sure to tell you all ������
    Xo

    Aaawww hon, that's so lovely of you to say.

    I'm thrilled you're doing well too. Moving house is a massive amount of work, and can be quite emotional too.

    Take care of yourself and please don't be lifting any heavy boxes ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    She's all good now thanks Luv

    I figured out it was the bloody cheese that was doing it to her. I moved from block to shredded in the packet (same brand) and her tummy can't tolerate it for some reason??

    Anyhoo...it's cheese singles (which I know she can tolerate) all the way from here on in and Soy milk until she's about 3-4 then the Paed said to try cow's milk again to see how she goes as hopefully her digestive system will be more equipped/mature to handle it.

    That's fab @BIB. You must be relieved not to be washing sheets every day!

    I had a severe reaction to cows milk at around 1. Mum had taken me off the breast and onto cows milk and I swelled up all over (think eyes swollen ****) and I had to get whisked off to the hospital.

    I don't drink milk anymore but I could tolerate it in my teens. Now I eat a little cheese and some ice-cream but milk is a no-no. If I crave it I have the easy-to-digest stuff which seems to go down a little better, but I'd never have a whole glass of milk!

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    @Tahli that's interesting. I haven't heard of resting hcg. I think mine would be 0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @faithandhopellove I've just spoken with my gorgeous friend. She said if you call the NSW representative they'll put you in contact with the photographer who is linked to your hospital. The photographers have usually experienced loss themselves. She said they'll take beautiful photos and you can look at them when you're ready, or not. The photos are there to help you grieve as well as a keepsake. They may help to take the pressure off you on the day if you're not able to physically be with your little poppet.
    https://www.heartfelt.org.au/contact
    Thanks @Tahli. I have had 2 attempts at looking at their website but keep bawling. Such gorgeous pictures. I love that they do partial body shots. I'm not sure what state our little Bubba will be in so that might be a nicer keep sake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    I know CFC themselves quote about 60% but sometimes up to 70%. Our SA thread tally shows about 60% success rate but sometimes it floats around 50% for awhile, esp if I'm cycling!!
    @Maxwellsmum it sounds like the KED program might replicate these figures. If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again. You have so many top grade embies you can do back to back single FETs for the rest of the year! Not that I wish that for you of course. First time lucky I say!!
    I was thinking about your VJJ today. Mine's getting a bit sore from 2 Progy each night. I can only imagine what yours is like with 4 Progy and 1 Viagra. No wonder you needed the Savlon.
    And if Im cycling Tahli!! 😂😂 x

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    So had my first appointment today clinic is great highly recommend it as well as the hotel v noice! Lining is 12 which dr says is nice! Funny when a person has a stick thing up yr vijay vijay and tells u yr lining is nice lol

    Anyway DH has his turn in the morning. Clinic here wants me to do 4 and 4 prog vag and 1 oral is that a pretty standard measurement? I asse so.

    At least the blood pressure seems to have come down.

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    @tuxcat best wishes for EPU. I'm glad you've got a plan, that always relieves my stress (at least a little bit).

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