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    @lotsathoughts I see Sandra Sapio on Brighton road she is incredible. She is also a naturopath so gives me Chinese herbs and supplements to help with whatever 'issue' crops up in my cycle

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    @lotsathoughts it posted before I had finished, I don't get hot rock treatment though hehe.

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    @julianicholson She sounds great! And not smokey which is a bonus
    How often do you see Sandra?
    I'm seeing mine in another week. Hopefully the sore spots get less sore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotsathoughts View Post
    @julianicholson She sounds great! And not smokey which is a bonus
    How often do you see Sandra?
    I'm seeing mine in another week. Hopefully the sore spots get less sore.
    Sore spots? I have never had sore spots! I see her once a week and twice on the day of transfer. She is brilliant, she knows so much about IVF. She was recommended to me by a girlfriend, she really only does fertility health but has helped me with all of my auto-immune issues too. I don't know what I would do without her.

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    When they twist the needles some spots were sore. By the end they were all ok.

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    I feel that way about my naturopath. Don't know what I'd do without her. She's helped me get over my chronic fatigue. Just needs to get me pregnant and I'll be her number one fan

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    Just having a vent!!!

    I've just had my first cry of this cycle! Nothing is fitting me and I've been shopping for 2 days now and still can't find anything to fit!!!

    I hate this and my DH keeps saying it's ok, you know your tummy is bloated because of what your doing....that doesn't help me get a "casual but dressy" outfit for an event on Sunday!!!!

    Grrrrr and I'm so tired!!! I'm struggling at work to stay awake

    Sorry, vent over!

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    @mish239 I totally understand there is nothing worse than the IVF bloat and trying to find something nice to wear. Have you tried Cue I find their dresses to be flattering over the 'bloat'. I hope you feel better soon, take some time out and put your feet up. Thinking of you xx

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    @mish239 you're right, it's crap! We have to hide being bloated as we don't want people to question whether we're pregnant! I'm sorry you're feeling so down about it. I hope you can get a good sleep tonight and can try again tomorrow.
    By the way, what is casual but dressy? Nice top and pants/ skirt? Or a maxi dress?
    Good luck xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flower78 View Post
    It's probably just the wax coating, does it look oily? Don't worry the meds will have been absorbed and that's just leftover coating
    Yeah and little chunks... thank you just need to stop analysing everything I'm not even on the tww yet! Lol


 

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