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    wm - excellent, that's so good to hear. I'm actually excited for a fresh approach! But obviously I hope we don't need it.

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    Default Kween K'iesha's Chatroom #2

    Don't you just love it when you go to the pharmacist to pick up progesterone pessaries and the young, hot pharmacist asks "do you know how to use these?"....

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    Hi GirlX good to hear from you. FX for a sticky sticky ET this week xx

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    Don't you just love it when you go to the pharmacist to pick up progesterone pessaries and the young, hot pharmacist asks "do you know how to use these?"....

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    Default Kween K'iesha's Chatroom #2

    Hi ladies

    Just moving over to this thread while I see it. Will do personals later

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    Default Kween K'iesha's Chatroom #2

    Hi, hope everyone is well. I'm trying naturally this month with DH but I've been testing with cheapy opk's bought from eBay but I haven't ovulated yet and it's day 16.

    Is ovulation usually delayed after an Ivf cycle or do you think it's the Internet cheapies? We've been Dtd since day 8 anyway just in case. Should we keep trying to Dtd?

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    Clem LMAO about the pessaries, sorry
    It would have been hard not to say, um, no, please explain!!!
    One of my good friends was a pharmacist before leaving the work force to be a mum and she always said how they hate having to ask those questions, but because of "mystery shopper" type people sent from the pharmacy guild etc, they have to!

    Well Ive been for a walk, yes, good girl Sel and now snacking on some cashews while writing a report and brewing a large pot of parsely tea - yup PARSLEY TEA, its down to panic stations here. Come on ALREADY!!!!!

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    Lucky - how long is your cycle usually?
    And it was a BFN yeah? And not a chem or miss?
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