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    @BIB sorry that should have read Zlin on phone so auto correct for the bt on transfer day. Those levels r from today so 18dpo as day behind as such.

    Thank you so much for your quick response! Always appreciated !!!!!

    Might just need to work out the next bt now maybe here before we leave. I am a pin cushion now they had trouble with my blood this morning too.

    Had a great day out on lake bled thou in other news lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by tegs26 View Post
    @BIB sorry that should have read Zlin on phone so auto correct for the bt on transfer day. Those levels r from today so 18dpo as day behind as such.

    Thank you so much for your quick response! Always appreciated !!!!!

    Might just need to work out the next bt now maybe here before we leave. I am a pin cushion now they had trouble with my blood this morning too.

    Had a great day out on lake bled thou in other news lol
    No probs Luv😊

    Try to leave 2-3 days between BT's if you can. I'd go for 3 days if possible. How many more days will you be there??

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    @tegs26 congrats those levels sound good. Is it possible for twins?

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    @Blossom74 thinking of you today xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    I've got a great GP Girls

    It's more the long term situation I'm concerned about.

    Been sniffing around the Dept of Health website on how to apply for listing on the PBS...frucking riveting stuff let me tell you!!.....anyhoo, the manufacturers of the drug can lodge a submission in accordance with the relevant guidelines for referral to PBAC through an application process to list a Drug or Medicinal Preparation as a Pharmaceutical Benefit or some such BS like that apparently.

    Think I will shoot off an email to the manufacturers and my local member too for good measure and see what happens. The next sitting of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) is in July I think?? My understanding is that they and the TGA decide among themselves what gets approval for PBS listing and what doesn't. They meet a few times a year to go through submissions and whatever else it is they do at these meetings
    Going down the 'smokers wagon' will only help you for three months what about the other nine months?
    Great idea about talking to manufactures and local members. You're not telling them any lies. You're on one income etc etc. And to add this onto it it's stressing you out. I think you've got a perfect case
    Good luck xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    Going down the 'smokers wagon' will only help you for three months what about the other nine months?
    Great idea about talking to manufactures and local members. You're not telling them any lies. You're on one income etc etc. And to add this onto it it's stressing you out. I think you've got a perfect case
    Good luck xx
    That's my whole point Luv...what about the long term?? There's got to be thousands of people like me out there doing it hard to be able to pay for these drugs that were developed for depression in the first place & which have been used successfully overseas in America etc for that purpose for over 25 frucking years!!!

    Don't tell me there can't be enough supporting evidence to prove their efficacy as an antideppressant thus warranting its approval for PBS subsidy???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefsgirl View Post
    @Blossom74 thinking of you today xxx
    hugs to you @Blossom74

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    That's my whole point Luv...what about the long term?? There's got to be thousands of people like me out there doing it hard to be able to pay for these drugs that were developed for depression in the first place & which have been used successfully overseas in America etc for that purpose for over 25 frucking years!!!

    Don't tell me there can't be enough supporting evidence to prove their efficacy as an antideppressant thus warranting its approval for PBS subsidy???
    It doesn't make any sense. Why put a charge on it that will only be felt by the people who can afford it least? I imagine someone on meds is cheaper than someone in hospital or someone who can't work. GRR.

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    @JulieMalooley You're in my and @Blossom's thoughts today as you meet your precious poppets. Huge from both of us, .

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    Girls, I'll let @Blossom74 know you're thinking of her today while she's away on business.
    I was up lastnight with vomiting and the runs. I feel like a wrung out rag. I was running DS's bath and looked at my face in the mirror and it was covered in bright red hives, 5 mins later I was glued to the loo and vomiting in the sink with DS and furry baby sitting on the bath mat watching me and chatting at me for an hour. Question like this being fired at me...DS "what colour is vomit mum?". Me struggling to speak "the colour of what ever you ate last sweetheart". DS "so if you ate biscuits with sprinkles on them your vomit would be the colour of the rainbow?". I was so damn ill.
    And I'm so sorry I'm really behind with the girls on here, my BH inbox and personal emails.

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