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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @tuxcat I've only rediscovered Cheezles this week. So 1980s! Do they have MSG in them because it's entirely possible to polish off a whole box for lunch! Now we can't have any of the girls coming on tomorrow lunch time claiming a Green lunch of kale salad and a celery smoothie. It needs to be PMT worthy...like a Brown lunch consisting of a family size block of chocolate with a glass or two of brown creamy soda, 80s style!!

    I'm a Cheezles lover myself though I am partial to Twisties too

    I'd be adding a couple of big, fat, gooey pieces of brownie to that lunch as well Luv Nothing wrong with gilding the lily!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    I'm still on a crap load of vitamins with donor cycles! Even waiting to cycle I'm still on them!
    I hear you @emski72! I was on a shed load more meds doing DE cycles than OE cycles. I think there's that desperation that DE is the last chance saloon so you're pretty much willing to try anything. Have you booked your peak season flights?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    I hear you @emski72! I was on a shed load more meds doing DE cycles than OE cycles. I think there's that desperation that DE is the last chance saloon so you're pretty much willing to try anything. Have you booked your peak season flights?
    Nah, I won't have my dates until Dec I don't think... my donor is coming out of retirement for me so I think we'll get the ball rolling then. Im touching base with the agency again in Nov. If something happens and she can't cycle I won't go back... I've booked the vineyard for the week I hope to be there though...don't really want to stay anywhere else and I can cancel that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECM1981 View Post
    I got another bfn. 4th DE cycle with new donor was an absolute distaster and 30k down the drain including all the extra money put in to Dr Ms new regime. Just feeling really ****sed off and angry and sad and depressed and every other crappy feeling as i just dont know what to do next. I wanted to be one of those ladies who had a last ditched attempt and it worked. But it didnt. So just stuck here now. Dont want to keep doing this with no outcome but do i go straight to surrogacy. Im just not sure. Xx
    so sorry to hear. I wish there was something I could say to make it work. take some time.

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    Hi everyone,


    Apologies for my absence, had a bit of a rough trot here with one of my fur-babies getting an obstructed bladder and requiring surgery. Has been a very emotional time, everyone (cats and people) are miserable as the cats adjust to their new medicated diet - ie: Refusing to eat anything for 3 days and crying at their food bowls.


    Anyway, I have read back and did have the best intentions of responding to posts personally but have of course now forgotten most of what I read. So instead I'll send each and every one of you a big hug and hope to catch up with you all properly soon

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    Thanks girls, nice to know you are all there for me. Sometimes it gets so lonely doing all this sh!t my sister is staying with me at the moment. Single mum- well divorced so part time mum- and all she can say to me is why would you want kids they are so annoying. Im almost ready to punch her in her face for total lack of sensitivity at this present time. She just doesnt understand what has gone into our baby quest.
    I will be emailing Dr Matebese to ask wtf went so wring. Our donor was young. I now wish we didnt do the pgd as more would have made it but then they could have transferred the 2 abnormal ones and it would have lead to a m/c so its hard to think that way. It is what it is i guess and just bad luck. I did the kitchen sink including pred, neupogen, clexane and 2 intralipids prior.
    Donor embryo isnt out of the question but im fighting in my head whether to have a child with no genetic match or try to have a child with at least my dh dna. Im just not sure what a child would be happier with ?!!! Maybe im over thinking. Thanks again girls for listening and cyber hugging. @Bradders good luck with your BT xx

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    @midnight01 goodluck with the meds, they are a real test to us. We all really do put up with so much!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Hi everyone,


    Apologies for my absence, had a bit of a rough trot here with one of my fur-babies getting an obstructed bladder and requiring surgery. Has been a very emotional time, everyone (cats and people) are miserable as the cats adjust to their new medicated diet - ie: Refusing to eat anything for 3 days and crying at their food bowls.


    Anyway, I have read back and did have the best intentions of responding to posts personally but have of course now forgotten most of what I read. So instead I'll send each and every one of you a big hug and hope to catch up with you all properly soon
    Was wondering where you were????
    Poor kitty cat, so stressful when they are sick and you can't explain to them what is going on! Well you can try but they look at you funny.
    I had a sick pooch who wasn't supposed to eat protein! Poor little guy his food looked terrible. Towards the end I went and bought him an eye fillet!

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    @ECM1981 so sorry. If it was my sister I would punch her in the head. She'd get over it and Id feel better. Thats family for you. Alot to think about once you grieve (or punch through) this cycle. Take care x

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    @Billie2 Good Luck this morning Luv!!!!

    and prayers being sent for as many mature eggs as possible!!!

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