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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 !
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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    @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.
    We did have pet plan insurance but their prices went up too much, so changed to Woolworths pet insurance, it was the price and covered exactly the same!

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    @Bradders im so sorry for your bfn. Sending you love. @midnight01 i hope the meds are going ok. @BlondeinBrisvegas yes you are famous ☺ and great at this thread and holding it all together! Im sorry im no good at all the personals, i haven't had a chance to sit and read the thread right through. I know this is going to sound extreme but we are leaning more towards DE and surrogacy then trying again with me because i just feel if i throw another 15k at DE and me and it doesnt work i wont be any closer and we will be 15k down towards oir surrogacy. Money is starting to get tight now so have to start saving again.

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    @carsardust I did a lot of research before getting pet insurance for our dog. I realised that there were only 2 companies underwriting pet insurance. Allianz which did petplan and Hollard which did practically everything else. Once I realised that I started reading the pds' and they were pretty much all the same, just slightly different maximum benefits. The premiums differ but I know from selling travel insurance that there is a huge mark up in that so I figured the same would be for pet insurance. Therefore you are buying the same product from anyone but pet plan but some discount their policies more.
    Originally I thought I would go to Medibank as we would get a discount as we had our health through them, however even after the discount, Wooloworths were cheaper. I chose them. I have met someone who has had to use their insurance and they said Woolworths were great. Bow wow were cheaper than Woolies but people had issues with claiming.

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    @Tinachris I how you are travelling along ok in your tww.
    @greenlady I hope you are doing ok.

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    @midnite01 how are the stims going? I was on Elonva my first cycle and topped up with Puregon 125. I vomited using Elonva and got 2 eggs. It did not agree with me at all. But another lady at my clinic got 14 eggs off same protocol. Im assuming Menopur is an injection you have to mix? This cycle it took me 20mins to do 3 injections. Puregon was simple, but both centrotide & Luveris had to be mixed up. I felt like a nurse. Sharp bin fills up quick smart. Best of luck for next scan..!

    AFM - transfer is 9.30 Monday. Im happy about that. Then back to work and pretend nothing happened. Oh how Ive missed crinone, that wet pant feel all day.

    Hope you are hanging in there @Heyside I dont have much knowledge on lining so I learn alot on here.

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