Pardon the shakey handwriting, but I've been testing very early hours of the morning as I just can't seem to sleep lately and have been writing in near darkness so as not to wake the household. Hope that horrible pregnyl is not deceiving me, but it's 5 days now since my last shot, I'm now 15dpo and that second line is getting stronger. Will be looking forward to bloods tomorrow. Think I'll ease up on the HPT's now and just wait for the morning.
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03-03-2013 02:59 #1201
03-03-2013 07:17 #1202
Looking VERY good Alittle. Hope the day passes by quickly. Do they get your blood results back quickly?
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03-03-2013 10:31 #1203
Hopefully by early afternoon BK
03-03-2013 10:47 #1204
Oh Alittle it looks so good for you. I'll keep everything crossed for a great result tomorrow. How long is pregnyl usually in your system for anyway?
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03-03-2013 11:01 #1205
Alittle- OMG that looks very very very promising. I hope you get some sleep tonight ready for the big day tomorrow. Cannot wait for your news xxx
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03-03-2013 11:07 #1206
Sonja, It can vary from person to person and the dose. I had a low dose booster of 1500 which has a half life of 24hrs, so as it is 5 days since my shot, I would only have about 45 left in my system, which I doubt would give me such a strong positive, but I am trying very hard not to get too excited yet. The BT will tell all.
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03-03-2013 12:53 #1207
Alittle - you had the same dose of pregnyl as I used to have. It takes 7 days to completely leave the system, but the hpt gets light very quickly.
This is looking VERY promising for you. Xxx
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03-03-2013 13:19 #1208
I agree with MG - sounds very promising!!
03-03-2013 13:31 #1209
How exciting Alittle, can't wait to hear your great news
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03-03-2013 15:49 #1210
Alittle - I've had a good feeling for you from your recent posts, that result looks promising, so good luck it's a great level tomorrow
Millie - Evie was 8 days old when she was fitted with a hip brace, it's not pleasant but necessary, she had it for 6 weeks but being very young it would have been easier to manage than it would be at an older age. Hopefully Stella won't need one, I think I read somewhere at her age they have physio but I'm not certain now it was so long ago. The interview got postponed until next week bcs Friday was horrendous weather and roads were flooding.
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