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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    As its only been 4 days I predict 6.8mm. I want to throw up with nerves. I'll pop back on around midday tomorrow.
    You'll be right Luv!!!👍😊

    I'll be stalking for your "Burger Report" xo

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    Welcome back @amie999 and hugs to you. I am putting you down for an October BFP though. Wazza's ED cycles seem to be going extremely well.

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    Thats is so beautifully said @Charlie74

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    Ladies... I think I can honestly say hand on heart that no one in here has ever said anything that I found insensitive or hurtful. You are just simply the most beautiful group of girls- in other threads people sometimes say nasty things, or truly are insensitive. No one in here is like that. @Tahli, don't feel bad. Not at all. I think in some ways it's helpful to put stuff like that out there for us all to consider. We all travel a fine line between coping & completely losing our sh!t from day to day, and week to week. And I absolutely love hearing about other girls success. It gives me hope & everyones stories offer more information & food for thought. But some days ARE harder than others and it is hard reading about BFP's & all the excitement that comes with it. On those days if I'm honest I skim past posts that might be hitting a nerve. And so I pop in and out.. I join in on good days & I just follow along on the bad days.

    The tricky part is that we're all at difference places on the same or similar journey.. Everyone in here has felt the devastation or hopelessness of being given some kind of bad news. And at each stage of this journey everyone still has their worries that keep them awake at night. And we are really blessed that we all show each other compassion and understanding every single day in here.

    Quite honestly, it's been one of the toughest things I've learnt recently in this head fruck of an infertility journey. That even the people you love who may have been in the same 'place' as you, doing IVF, struggling to get by, at some point even they will possibly pass you by & move on to the next stage.
    And when ur the one left behind it's cruel & unbearably painful. But the other person also now has new things to worry about. New things that will now keep them awake at night.

    I had a heart to heart today with a close friend who has a DE child. She said to me 'it's all really hard. It's hard when you want a baby & don't have one, then it's hard when u get pregnant Bcos ur so scared of what might happen.. Then it's hard when u have a baby Bcos being a parent is just bloody hard work & full of worry, I feel guilty when I complain about things bcos I remember when I was crying bcos I DIDNT have a child so I feel bad for feeling anything negative.'


    @Maxwellsmum.. Tonight I know exactly how ur feeling. We haven't even able to TRY and get pregnant Bcos we haven't been able to transfer in 3 cycles. I feel like a fraud some days... Why am I so miserable when I haven't actually even had a failure yet???? I feel like I don't quite have the right to feel hopeless or sad..
    I was soooooo very angry & felt like I could cry for a week the day my FET was cancelled in Feb. I would have smashed sh!t too if it wouldn't have freaked the heck out of my DP, & he was hurting as well. Neither of us could even contemplate going to work the next day.. We just wanted to lock the doors & close the curtains & shut out the world because life was once again giving us the finger (we both have reasons at times to feel like the universe is conspiring against us).

    I'm petrified that in August I'm gonna face the same thing. My hope is that the Trental will do some magic. I know you've been on it, but you haven't been on it long I don't think (correct me if I'm wrong?).. Studies say 6 mths is optimum. I know that will horrify you the thought of waiting 6 mths.. But ur embies aren't going anywhere & if it makes the difference then there's definitely still hope.

    But today you'll feel sh!t. No two ways about it. It's so painful when you feel like you've tried everything. Hang in there hon X

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    @Tahli do you have some Melatonin you can take? Or maybe even a valium?

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    @Tahli very best for tomorrow - try spoon of
    Honey and Himalyan salt if you have it.. and a valium

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    @Tahli very best for tomorrow - try spoon of
    Honey and Himalyan salt if you have it.. and a valium

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @tegs26 I just jumped onto the Boots website and they don't sell FRERs in packs of 7....the travesty! And not only that but they cost about £5 each which is ok if you're not a Stick Wh~re...but if you are, oh my, what a costly addiction!! Superdrug has a current special on FRER. Buy one pack get the second half price. Good luck!
    Venice. So ridiculously jealous. Love it there. The romance. The theatre. The history. Ahhhhh.
    @Tahli lmao I will go in to boots to check but I am silly cause I forgot to get some befor I left hmmm I will take a snap from Venice for ya lovey

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    @Tahli I have everything crossed you have a great scan result. xo

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    @Deskar I would try and see dr m ASAP, if you have copies of your previous tests etc he might still be able to help you keep this current pregnancy. Rather than wait and see if you can hold onto this one.

    If you called his office and spoke to Gwyneth and let her know you are currently testing hcg, but have a history of miscarriages and is there a chance you can get in to see if dr m can help, you never know, they might squeeze you in. If you live interstate he does do teleconferences.
    @Tahli, I hope you are sleeping now! Good luck for your scan today.
    @MamaKes I'm not sure if I said congrats or not, but congrats, I look forward to hearing your scan results!
    @tegs26 good luck for testing. Enjoy your holiday, gosh Venice, I am jealous!

    Hi to everyone else, sorry if I've missed anyone xxxx

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    Good luck today @Tahli I reckon you'll be looking perfect!

    @Gagingi and @Molros you have your scans today yeah? Super dooper good luck, I'm sure you'll both have perfect little bubs tucked away in there.

    I'm awake at 4.30 ...progesterone induced no doubt😳

    Hi to the new ladies 👋

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