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    @hopefull29 Haha yeah we are a bit crazy!! So glad I have some likeminded girls to chat with! Nothing worse than being crazy AND alone!!
    The weaning process should take 3 wks.

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    @Muchulu1, I'm sure your specialist is very experienced with this, and they would have done this for loads of women. if something is worrying you, speak up. Demand information and answers. That's why we are paying our specialists a fortune. It sounds like it's a very slow, gradual process, and they will monitor you very closely throughout, so try not to worry.

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    100% agree with @Gypsy37 it's great it's being done over 3 weeks. The placenta will definitely be producing all the hormones bubs needs by 13 weeks!! Will be so nice to be off them too! I'm looking forward to 12 weeks just so I can get off crinone. Can't imagine how hard it would be being on more!!

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    @Gypsy37 @hopefull29 Thank you for the reassurance! No doubt I will start to feel a bit more like myself when I'm not so pumped up on drugs. I've been cycling back to back for so long now I can hardly remember what normal feels like!

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    It'll be so nice to be drug free! You really won't know yourself. Think of all the free time you'll have!

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    Hi ladies, I'm freaking out a bit because my boobs don't feel as sore as they did yesterday. They are still a bit tender, but not as bad. I hope this isn't a bad sign. Has this happened to anyone else and been ok?

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    @Gypsy37 how far along are you? Early on my symptoms definitely came & went. Lots of girls experience similar things & everything turns out just fine. I know it can be very scary though! Are you still doing regular bloods?

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    @Muchulu1 I think I am 5 weeks today. I am having another blood test on Wednesday. I am just so anxious because of the 3 previous losses. I do feel a bit queasy and tired etc, it's just the boobs that seem to not be as sore. Thanks for your comments.

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    @Gypsy37 I'm sure it's fine it's still super early to be feeling a lot of symptoms. Speaking of blood tests, how many did you all have after you had the first positive beta? When my clinic called me to tell me I was pregnant, they just booked me in for a scan at 6 weeks and weren't gonna send me for a second blood test to see if my levels are doubling appropriately. I asked them to send me a blood test request form though because I'd be way too anxious waiting another few weeks without knowing whether my levels had risen at all. They said I could photocopy the form if I want to go more than once so I'm just wondering how many times most people go before saying "ok its definitely rising well, we can stop now".

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    @bubbles21 I went weekly until 8wks. Had viability scan at 7wks. Each week felt like an eternity!


 

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