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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    I learn something new every day! I did not know that!! I start prednisone next week.. !!

    That's great that you're not feeling a thing @Olive79!! Sounds like you're having a lovely relaxing pregnancy!!!!! That's awesome!!
    I wish I could say it has been relaxing! It has been pretty easy going in terms of being pregnant but I wouldn't know any better as I have never been this pregnant before.
    However, my anxiety levels have been through the roof as I always think something is wrong or will go wrong. After 7 losses its hard not to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive79 View Post
    I had no symptoms whatsoever. Dr M said steriods can mask it. I swear I wouldn't know I was pregnant if I didn't have to take all the meds.
    Gah! Thanks for that reassurance. It's making me so anxious thinking that pregnancy will turn out blighted ovum or something.
    The symptoms as crap as they are, are at least reassuring.
    Only 8 days until viability scan .. Can't come fast enough.

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    I also didnt know about pred masking symptoms

    Its didnt take away my morning sickness... but i didnt start till 5.5 weeks when I found out.

    Thinking of you all!!

    Ps: no baby news 1 week late

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    @Velvet16 - what has your obgyn said? Will they just wait for the bubbie to come on his/her own or will they induce you at some stage?
    Pretty much left it upto me

    As i really want a water birth, if they induce with drip i cant have that.

    We have a penciled day in to start, but they will allow me to push it back slightly

    We DH and i also dont like the idea of going past 42 weeks as the placenta can break down.... so either way only a few more days

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive79 View Post
    So looking forward to positive results. If it were me I would wait till 7 days at the earliest but I am pretty sure my earliest was 9 days past as I waited for day of BT.
    Yeah I'm tempted to test sooner than 7 days but I'm not going to. I just think it plays with my mind more and it really affects my mood, even if its positive but only faint it's still a guessing game so would prefer to wait. I haven't bought any frers so I'm not tempted but it doesn't help they sell them at work in the supermarket. Grr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velvet16 View Post
    Pretty much left it upto me

    As i really want a water birth, if they induce with drip i cant have that.

    We have a penciled day in to start, but they will allow me to push it back slightly

    We DH and i also dont like the idea of going past 42 weeks as the placenta can break down.... so either way only a few more days
    Gosh bubba is not in any hurry to come out. Way too cosy in there.

    Hope it happens soon for you velvet.

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    wow, there is so much info in this thread, I'm very interested in reading all the posts and learning the terminology. I have two healthy kids but I've had 7 miscarriages and an ectopic pregnancy. I've just been referred to Dr Nicole Sides, fertility specialist in ACT. Absolutely loved her. She's enthusiastic and extremely motivated. I learnt more about miscarriage and fertility in an hour appointment with her than I've learnt over all the years of miscarriages. I'm still working out how I feel about it all. I feel I have been brushed off for years with 'oh well you have two healthy kids and there is no real reason for your miscarriages' and I feel a bit stupid for accepting that! You really have to push to be heard.
    Anyway the reason I've chosen this thread is because NKC was a hot topic in my appointment with Dr Sides. I'm feeling confident in her. At least someone is FINALLY trying to help me. I'll be following with interest and hopefully learning all I can from you ladies!! Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velvet16 View Post
    I also didnt know about pred masking symptoms

    Its didnt take away my morning sickness... but i didnt start till 5.5 weeks when I found out.

    Thinking of you all!!

    Ps: no baby news 1 week late
    Come on bubba! Hopefully you have good news soon!

    Well Dr M told me that after I was worried I had no symptoms, maybe he said it for reassurance as I know others have been sick with it. It could also be the cocktail of drugs I was on. But I was happy tgat he justified it like that.

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    Those who had partial or complete matched and had LIT treatment. How many treatments and how often prior to a transfer do you need them? Also how does it work? Do you both go in and he draws blood from hubby and then injects it -seems something out a weird science experiment. But so glad it's worked for those who have had it. (I'm just preempting things here as called Dr Ms office for hla results and G said 'yes best you discuss the results in an appt'...ugh)

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    @Velvet16 wishing you all the best for a smooth birth - when it happens!! Sounds like you're remaining calm which is great


 

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