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    Quote Originally Posted by tjuls View Post
    Don't even think about touching those internet cheapies, they're such a waste of money.
    I can't help this @tjuls - but so say our resident poas queen who had a whole diary full of those internet test strips!

    Given your extensive experience using them, I totally take your word for it!

    Dr @tjuls always has the best advice on here, so yup - FRER are best!

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    Lmao 😂😂 @VickyP..

    Yes I have my journal full of internet cheapies with very suspicious lines to prove that they're C R A P ! ..haha.. lesson learnt i tell ya

    I did an internet cheapie with a FRER on 11dp5dt when my beta was at 455 and the FRER line was dark but the internet cheap was faint- you can definitely see a 2nd line but you wouldn't be consider it a BFP..
    So I swore at the 20pack internet cheap I had left and happily dumped them in the bin ..haha

    The only down side to FRER is that I couldn't stick them in my journal!

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    lol @tjuls i laughed out loud reading about your journal lol

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    Good luck with EPU tomorrow @jodihon!!

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    Default Officially PUPO

    I have the world's tightest cervix. Even under general anesthesia the specialist had great difficulty putting the tiny catheter in. He managed to put the embryo in but it was a tough job. I have a tiny bit of bleeding. He wasn't overly happy with the result & he prescribed me endone for the trauma/pain! I'm not in over the top pain..just sore & dehydrated. And still a teeny bit hopeful. And thinking about the Endone. Melbourne ladies, Dr Nic is bloody God sent...he is the ****! As for Lisa the embryologist, what an amazing caring lovely soul. Even though they spelt it out that it may not work because of the trauma, it doesn't take away from the fact that these are fantastic professionals who are over worked & hopefully well remunerated for the great work they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peridot View Post
    I have the world's tightest cervix. Even under general anesthesia the specialist had great difficulty putting the tiny catheter in. He managed to put the embryo in but it was a tough job. I have a tiny bit of bleeding. He wasn't overly happy with the result & he prescribed me endone for the trauma/pain! I'm not in over the top pain..just sore & dehydrated. And still a teeny bit hopeful. And thinking about the Endone. Melbourne ladies, Dr Nic is bloody God sent...he is the ****! As for Lisa the embryologist, what an amazing caring lovely soul. Even though they spelt it out that it may not work because of the trauma, it doesn't take away from the fact that these are fantastic professionals who are over worked & hopefully well remunerated for the great work they do.
    We love Dr Nic too! He's awesome

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    Another Dr Nic fan here too! He totally puts your mind at ease and you know you're in capable hands

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    Congratulations on being PUPO @Peridot
    U got to go under for ur transfer? U lucky duck. I loove the sleep.. ok.. I'm sounding like a druggie now..haha
    I'm glad Dr Nic and Lisa was able to keep it real with you - I like my Doc to be like that too.

    Did Dr Nic do ur transfer under ultrasound guidance?

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    Not sure @tjuls I didn't ask any questions this time which is very strange for me. I think he must have if he was having difficulties. It was good being out & the endone is good too :-)

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    Wishing you all the best welcoming embie home today @jodihon!!

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