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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Cavendish Square is good - lots of different shops and a good Woolworths (the quality is good). Clothes aren't much cheaper there, nor the brand stores much different to here. Last time we trekked out to Century City which is a big Westfield basically but found Cavendish Sq had most of tge same shops, it's in Claremont not far from the clinic.
    Def Cavendish Square. For food we found pick and pay a lot cheaper than Woolworths and the food lasts longer.

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    The V and A has nice shops and also Canal Walk is a huge shopping center about 10minutes drive from Claremont. 4 stories of stores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECM1981 View Post
    The V and A has nice shops and also Canal Walk is a huge shopping center about 10minutes drive from Claremont. 4 stories of stores.
    Oh it's canal walk I was thinking of...not Century City.

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    The V&A has a Woolworths (kids clothes are lovely - not cheap nasty stuff, they even have a Country Road section!), a PicknPay and lots of other clothes, souvenir etc shops. Not to mention a tonne of lovely restaurants. Xx

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    Good luck today @Petulia x

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Good luck today @Petulia x
    Beta count today 250, more than doubled. Very relieved. Still light spotting. No word on my so called 'urgent' progesterone result yet despite calling and chasing around everywhere for it for the last 4 hours. So very sick of incompetent Australian medical services.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petulia View Post
    Beta count today 250, more than doubled. Very relieved. Still light spotting. No word on my so called 'urgent' progesterone result yet despite calling and chasing around everywhere for it for the last 4 hours. So very sick of incompetent Australian medical services.
    Thats great news petulia congratulations, there is hope! Xo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petulia View Post
    Beta count today 250, more than doubled. Very relieved. Still light spotting. No word on my so called 'urgent' progesterone result yet despite calling and chasing around everywhere for it for the last 4 hours. So very sick of incompetent Australian medical services.
    Great news...for what it's worth bleeding in IVF and esp. DE IVF is pretty common. I had it Inc. a massive bleed w/ my daughter's cycle.

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    Awesome news @Petulia

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    Fantastic news 👨‍👨‍

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