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    [QUOTE=gorgeousgeorge;8524138]Naaaaw @Heyside so were talking like a tenth of a millimeter, that ir polly-wolly-crappy. It reminds me of how i hear about all these girls going to do DE overseas and theyve always had clockwork regular cycles then 2 months before they go when flights are booked and dates organised, their cycles go haywire. Why?Why?

    You are talking about me! I got my friggin period on the way over on the plane! Just a few days after the last one finished.

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    @AnnaMM lol, i was talking about you haha, i just couldnt remember who it was.

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    Omg drawing up menopur is quite a mission!!!

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    Loving all the animal chat on here!
    I think I've spoken before on here about my little pooch who passed away a few years ago and how I still mourn and cry for him,
    I just got home from work to find another pair of expensive undies now crotchless thanks to our current pooch!!!! I called him a bad dog and now he's ignoring me and now I just want him to love me again!!!!!!
    Our first dog had kidney failure, people thought I was joking when I said I wanted to give him one of mine- I was not!

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    @MissDa i could chat about my cats all day. Sometimes i show my cats baby- kitten photos of themselves and talk to them about the day i brought them home and what they were like back then. I think i need professional help.
    Im glad you said you enjoyed the animal talk because sometimes i wonder if its appropriate in forums like this, just because someone might be experiencing something terrible and be about to post it and here i am making jokes about my cats. I still mourn my little schnappy cat too. Everyday. I think, love is love. Doesnt matter whether its a person or a creature. When something you love goes out of your life, you grieve. If you didnt, that would mean you are a psychopath/sociopath. So ive just diagnosed you (im not qualified to give medical diagnoses) but i can confirm you are a typical normal human being with the ability to show empathy xox I sometimes wonder if one of my cats needed an operation, how much would i spend, i end up deciding i would sell my house if i had to. So i should probably just get some pet insurance otherwise we could all end up living in an alley behind a skip bin. Cats would probably enjoy that. Me, not so much. Oh, yeah, just remembered, we could just move in next door with my husband. Im pretty sure he'd take us in. I'll get the cats to teach me how to make that facial expression puss in boots does in shrek II. No typical normal human being could ignore a face like that.

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    @gorgeousgeorge
    I think any topic is fine on here, that's the beauty of it, talk about whatever you need/want to talk about!!
    And I'm sure I bore people all the time with doggy talk! But usually whinge about their kids all the time and I just gush about how freaking adorable my dog is!
    Our first dog wasn't insured and he's treatment was well over $10,000 and if millions would of saved him I would of paid it no question! New pooch now fully insured!
    And yes that puss in boots expression is too much cuteness!!!!

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    I'm giggling - that's cute you show your cats pics . A great sign of patience & good mummy material you are !
    Last edited by Lucky8; 15-07-2016 at 23:36.

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    @gorgeousgeorge

    I love the idea living across the road & maintaining your own space - I have suggested thst to my husband we should have seperate places like before we met -but he was not so keen , haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissDa View Post
    @gorgeousgeorge
    I think any topic is fine on here, that's the beauty of it, talk about whatever you need/want to talk about!!
    And I'm sure I bore people all the time with doggy talk! But usually whinge about their kids all the time and I just gush about how freaking adorable my dog is!
    Our first dog wasn't insured and he's treatment was well over $10,000 and if millions would of saved him I would of paid it no question! New pooch now fully insured!
    And yes that puss in boots expression is too much cuteness!!!!
    @MissDa I don't have pet insurance and I've been contemplating getting it as my darling Bella gets towards her senior years. Can you recommend the best pet insurance or can anyone else. I'm looking at the comparisons and I'm pretty lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calypso75 View Post
    @Heyside Wazza sounds very thorough. My clinic doesn't monitor you like that. You would like to think that .1 of a millimetre doesn't matter, but you always want to do what you can to minimise regret. Best for your peace of mind to get another scan.
    My old clinic never did monitoring like this either infact i remember after my third fet failure I was really concerned about my lining an neither my fs or nurse would listen to my concerns. It was only when my nurse was away and I begged her replacement for scans ahead of my cycle that anyone started listening to me but they even made me pay for the extra scans. Yes I will feel better if the lining is definitely under 5 on Tuesday.

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