BK: thanks...she seemed to almost take EBM in the new avent bottle but as soon as she haerd my voice she cracked it and stopped sucking....
what a miracle H was!!! i too fully credit DHEA with giving me my 2 bubba's...honestly without it i think i would have pushing it to have one bub..guess we were lucky as it apparently works only for 1 in 3 women with low reserve etc...yes i have had fleeting moments of wanting another baby but i dont have a yearning for it..in another life i might have more kids but 2 kids suits us in this one. we are very lucky.
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01-11-2012 12:42 #481Senior Member
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01-11-2012 13:51 #482
JFB I was scanning some old threads today and came across goosiegander. Do you know if she was ever successful?
01-11-2012 16:58 #483
Hi everyone, have really struggled to post here as I have had a bit of a hell run since having the D&C... bleeding eould not stop and I just wanted to be able to move on and try and pick myself up for next cycle, but now have to go in again tomorrow for another D&C as scan yesterday showed not all of the "product" as it is horribly called was removed, so here we go again. Praying tomorrow is the end of it all. . It has been a struggle to get motivated but I guess all the blood loss has made me weary too. Just want this nightmare to end.
Nessie, so sorry this cycle didn't turn out well. I hope you are ok and find the strength to have another go.
Sonja, nothing wrong with a bit of online therapy.
Fiona, your little man is adorable.
JFB, Its a shame you're not having a more relaxing holiday, but reading your post
I kept thinking how much work it was to get Amberky to Qld and back when I did transfer and it really is hard work. I'm thinking family holidays might br for 3&4 year olds.
BK, wow, yiud o have a little DHEA miracle. AMH less than one would normally not bode well for an IVF cycle let alone a natural pregnancy. I'm so glad mother nature says "stuff the stats" occasionally.
Kismet, how a you going?
Off to get my last supper ready now, well last supper before my op tomorrow. need to eat up big as I won't have a feed until after lunch.
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01-11-2012 19:11 #484
Alittle Im so sorry you are having to go through this. I hope tomorrow goes as well as it can and that you can hopeful start to move on xx
01-11-2012 19:33 #485
Alittle, how awful.
Sending hugs & sympathy.
01-11-2012 19:41 #486
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Alittle. Big hugs and sending you strength to get through tomorrow.
Kel - I've had an amh done, but never knew the score.
Hard to believe spencer is 3 next Tuesday. :0
A couple of weeks later, and Archie turns 1! Kel made some gorgeous invitations for me. Busy few weeks coming up!
02-11-2012 00:39 #487
Alittle lots of hugs from way over here in Perth too. Hopefully we can all give you a virtual blanket of hugs to wrap around you and get you through the D&C and the next few days.
Oh MG where does the time go?? How is Spencer? 3 can be such a challenging age. I finally cracked today at Scarlett in the car when she complained for the 1000th time how unfair it was that Lucy gets to sit in a seat without a booster but, horror of horrors, she's still in one. Seriously, I dread driving with that girl - anyone would think i made her sit on razor blades the way she carries on. I could tear my hair out some days. Do you go through things like that?
02-11-2012 06:11 #488Senior Member
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oh alittle that just sucks. u kinda wonder in this age of medical advancement how such things still happen. i always considered myself "lucky" that i had a complete m/c at home and never had to have to have it drag out with d&c's etc....thats awful you poor thing. i hope the nightmare ends, big hugs . you must be physically and emotionally drained.
sonja: LOL razor blades..honestly sometimes they do whinge one too many times............
MG: omg 3 sounds so grown up (well compared to being babies)....
nessie: how are u going?
we decided to stay an extra day, H had a great time in the pool etc and DH likes playing with him in the pool etc which we basically had to ourselves.....anyway its a hioliday for the kids really when the are this age so when i realised that i just accepted my fate .
02-11-2012 12:27 #489
Alittle - that really sucks, it happened to me too after my m/c, didn't stop bleeding either and then had so much pain one day doubled up on the floor wondering if I did actually have a d&c because it felt like I was m/c there and then. Scan also showed I had to have another d&c straight away to avoid infection, they said it happens about 1 in 200 cases & yes they do term it awfully. It does set you back too so I do know how you feel
JFB - so sorry I couldn't get to meet up with you, have had a manic week and Evie is out of sorts as well. I just feel like I'm taking 2 steps forward and 1 step back at the moment. It was so hot the last couple of days so being poolside would have been lovely.
Sonja - we have car seat trouble too but not so bad, Evie just refuses to get out of the car anywhere we go.
hi to everyone
02-11-2012 12:38 #490
My 35+ PG Buddies #10
Alittle - how are you today?
Sonja - yep. Spencer is challenging. He whines and whinges constantly. Well it seems like it!
He is so obssessed with lawnmowers and whipper snippers and blower vacs. My god. If we hear one we have to go and look. DH's cousin mows for us, so it's "Gino this and Gino that". Always about pulling the cord and that he has a whipper snipper, and it goes brrrr and it's really noisy. Omg. He talked about these things non stop from the Singapore flight to Adelaide. I swear, I could have stabbed my eye with a fork. If you say Gino isn't coming today and the lawn mower is asleep, world. War. Three. Argh!!
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