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    @BIB Im an IVF freak! I dont fit in anywhere. How the hell did we make a son?

    I want to thank everyone of you. You make me feel like Im not so alone. This makes me tear up more than a Houdini pregnancy. My only thought is that the sac was behind my gas ball on my left side. With a rising beta I don't see how it would disintegrate so quickly and not bleed.

    I guess tomorrow my beta will be up or down and I will have to take control from there. My previous mc's have been spontaneous and easy to manage what I passed. So this lack of miscarriage is a whole new world.

    Im sick of my own voice, sick of my own posts on here. I want to be the quiet one who gets her eggs, her embryos and puts one in and gets a definite beta and a normal scan. I should of been the IVF nutbag in suicide squad.

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    Here is my scan from last sat....ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1470916181.308067.jpg

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    Thank you for posting those pictures @Billie2. There's definitely a sac there hon, no mistaking it.

    Tomorrow we will hopefully have a better idea of what is going on. I must say, I do love your sense of humour through all this though. Houdini indeed

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    @Billie2 im not sick of your voice. I like you and you're my friend so i dont mind listening to your troubles.
    I cant interpret the scans. Logically, it seems to me like todays scan was just bodgy/difficult/off for maybe a combination of reasons. I know you cant just discount it though, so its just like a scan to confirm 'uncertainty'! That will make you crazy. Uncertainty about something like this is bound to make you anxious and a normal person will react by trying to do anything they can think of to reduce that feeling. Coz its bloody horrible. And if bad things have happened to you before, it doesnt necessarily mean that they actually are more likely to happen BUT it will make you FEEL like they are, and regenerate all the anxious feelings from before coz the previous feedback your brain has to go on is all negative. Like if you put your hand in a fire, you get burnt. Your brain then decides pretty much that if you put your hand in the fire again, its highly likely to get burnt. So please, dont think you are crazy/ weird/ different. You're just human. And far out sometimes being a human is hard.

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    just back home after a class, had to rush out. I agree with the others @Billie2, if you start feeling unwell or have more bleeding go straight to hospital. tell them about your history/last time, don't risk it. call an ambulance if DH can't drive you. I'm in inner west, near newtown - I think it'd take me too long to come collect you but if you need anything I can pm you my mobile (ambulance would be quicker & safer I think). if it helps, I've had good scans at Sydney Ultrasound for Women - Newtown. it's very close to RPAH. I'm not sure what the increased vascular flow means - hoping it's something normal.

    was the gas bubble on same side as you saw the sac on first scan? not sure if you can tell which side it's on?

    I really hope everything's ok. try get some sleep tonight. I'd stay off the meds though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    @winsor Yeah, it'd be good if its gone. Yes, I had one surgeon, he removed the baby and then he cleaned up the appendix mess under instruction from another surgeon. They didn't want to go in and remove it as the organ and intestine tissue can tear easily after its been infected. So they wanted to wait until its healed to see what is left and what to do about it. How long was your recovery?
    my recovery was a mess. I couldn't sit up for a few days, was in hospital for about 8 nights I think. then home for 2 weeks off work & during that time had to go back due to shortness of breath/fluid on lungs (due to lying down for so long - at the time whilst in hospital I just thought I'd had an internal bruise from the anaesthetic tube or something). it was months before my breathing was back to normal (especially if I walked up hills) - had to do breathing exercises. but I think it was due to the infection and cleanout rather than the actual operation - it was just a lap (the 3 cuts) to remove it. the lady in bed next to me went home the following day - she didn't have the infection. so I think since they've already cleaned out the gunk then the removal & recovery should be much smoother for you. you might only be in hospital 1-2 days all being well.

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    My dear cycle buddy @Grace1, good luck with your 1st scan today! Will watch this space for your update
    @Billie2 how are u feeling this morning? Can't wait to hear about the BT results!!
    I imagine you're waiting for them to take a decision about next course of a actions..? Xxx

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    Thanks for your well wishes girls. Instead of one incision I have three. My dr replaced my umbilical hernia mesh from 2 years ago with a larger 12cm one. Apparently the old smaller one had curled up like a used tea bag.
    He cleaned up the area and my goodness am I in pain. Living on Endone. I'm being discharged late morning. Using my tummy muscles to get up to go to the loo is agony. I can't even imagine shuffling out of the hospital and into a car.
    He said I'm fine to have my Hysteroscopy in 2/3 weeks and crack on with the next cycle. I'm so glad I've had it now. Presumably I would have required surgery while pregnant otherwise.
    He also injected around my pubic bone with steroids to help get rid of my SPD pain from being pregnant with DS. Fingers crossed I get 6 months pain free like when he did it last time.
    But right now all I can focus on is the fact that I need to sit up for a wee. Ouchyrama!!
    PS: Tears. Morphine and anti-neusea meds now onboard. The acute pain is from freeing the hernia adhesions. I imagine it was quite a mess. Im staying standing until the Morphine kicks in!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Thanks for your well wishes girls. Instead of one incision I have three. My dr replaced my umbilical hernia mesh from 2 years ago with a larger 12cm one. Apparently the old smaller one had curled up like a used tea bag.
    He cleaned up the area and my goodness am I in pain. Living on Endone. I'm being discharged late morning. Using my tummy muscles to get up to go to the loo is agony. I can't even imagine shuffling out of the hospital and into a car.
    He said I'm fine to have my Hysteroscopy in 2/3 weeks and crack on with the next cycle. I'm so glad I've had it now. Presumably I would have required surgery while pregnant otherwise.
    He also injected around my pubic bone with steroids to help get rid of my SPD pain from being pregnant with DS. Fingers crossed I get 6 months pain free like when he did it last time. Heavenly.
    But right now all I can focus on is the fact that I need to sit up for a wee. Ouchyrama!!

    Oh hon, like you, I'm glad it's all over and done with but I do hope you start feeling better soon. It all sounds like such an ordeal but yes, better now than when you are pregnant down the track. Big hugs to you lovely, and wishing you a speedy recovery.

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