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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    @Billie2 i love you even more now that youve confessed your trash tv addiction. I watched australia's cheapest weddings again last night. Its hideous, yet i cannot look away. Currently im watching my seinfeld dvds. I watch at least 2 hours of seinfeld everyday and have been doing that for the last 3 years. I put it on when im in bed going to sleep. Its like my lullaby, i cant get to sleep without seinfeld on. I just watch them in a running loop. And i know them so well that once i get too tired and have to close my eyes, i can imagine the visuals/whats happening on screen just from listening to the audio. Its a very special unique skill/ rather worrying obsessive addiction. But it comes in handy for quiz questions on 'The Chase', so i dont feel that i need to seek professional help just yet. (I have considered packing my mini dvd player and dvds for athens. Dont judge me. I have a disease. )
    We can be friends. I LOVE Seinfeld! And the cheapest weddings series in my new favourite show!

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    Hi and welcome to @Mongol @Spazzyp and @Dotty27
    Hugs @Mongol, if you have no luck with your clinic today ring your GP and get them to squeeze you in
    @Spazzyp I drank red wine throughout my last cycle, a glass a night, right up to ET (my last glass was that night). I did an FET though, when EC was involved I didn't drink. I was told it might help my lining and it had gone up about 3-4mm more than the previous cycle. Who knows if it was the wine or not but it did help with relaxation as well

    Hi @ gagingi how are you going love?

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    @Blossom74 let the games (aka POAS) begin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxcat View Post
    @Mongol please take care, @Caesardust advice is good, I agree to go and see your gp this morning, tell them it's urgent if they can't fit you in as it sounds like you need to talk to someone ASAP. We are all here so come in anytime and vent if you need to. It's a really hard road and we all understand. Thinking of you X
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    welcome to the thread. @tuxcat & @Caesardust's advice is a good idea. I'm sorry for your losses. I went to my clinic's counsellor after last cycle (m/c) and found it very helpful. I hope you can get an appointment soon. good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithandhopellove View Post

    haha love it

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    @Blossom74 It's funny how its referred to as a mini bleed. I find it the same as a normal period. I think your normal periods are lite too aren't they? Congrats for being off the starting blocks hun! I'm just wondering if there's a national shortage of FRERs on the horizon.

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    @Maxwellsmum When he was diving head first at the idle pink pessary all I could think about was how sick you were ingesting a tiny bit of it. Do you know why you have to take it in the morning rather than at night? Is it to get it to dissolve/circulate more?
    Its funny you mention gaffa tape as I was thinking about gaffa taping up my vagina this morning. To keep all the inserted meds in place.
    Yeah, if the 100s prove too problematic I could always use up my supply of 25s, as
    at least they stay put without the use of gaffa. I'm also liking the suggestion of walking around with a packet of chips. It's all coming back to me now!

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    Welcome new ladies. And hello to everyone else.
    @Tahli you are hilarious - I love the way you tell a story -you gave me a good laugh this morning thanks

    looks like it's gonna be a very busy month in here,, good luck to you all.
    @greenlady I really hope everything's ok with your little one. Thinking of you x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Maxwellsmum When he was diving head first at the idle pink pessary all I could think about was how sick you were ingesting a tiny bit of it. Do you know why you have to take it in the morning rather than at night? Is it to get it to dissolve/circulate more?
    Its funny you mention gaffa tape as I was thinking about gaffa taping up my vagina this morning. To keep all the inserted meds in place.
    Yeah, if the 100s prove too problematic I could always use up my supply of 25s, as
    at least they stay put without the use of gaffa. I'm also liking the suggestion of walking around with a packet of chips. It's all coming back to me now!
    Thats a good idea, then when you rip the gaffa tape off, no need to go to the salon for a wax.

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