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    Good luck for a smooth 2ww Angels!

    I have read about the sex before transfer thing elsewhere too, but it doesn't seem like standard advice.

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    Thanks ladies, I don't think I have an extra wait I can't remember how long I waited last time tho, my pregnancy test is next Friday so 10 days is that the normal wait?

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    Yeah that's the normal tww pretty sure. Hope it goes fast for you xxx

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    Interesting -- normally Monash tests day 16 but you'll only be day 13... I wonder if its cause the nurses just added their standard 10 days and didn't take into account the fact that it was a Day 2 transfer (which is probably quite rare at Monash).

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    I will ring and double check with Cynthia tomorrow cause if doesn't really make sense that they would test the sane for a day two and a day 5

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    I really should read before I post, that should read it not if and same not sane

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    They Bt me after day 10 but I agree, it seems like it should be more if its a day two. I'd def double check, maybe email Kee directly, I do.. -After I was telling u the other day that the nurses had messed up quite a few of my things throughout this journey, well for my first scan the other day, it was an hour before and I hadn't been given any instructions in drinking water or emptying bladder so I called to check.. They even ' double' checked and told me, empty my bladder before is fine and no need to drink water "that's only for a transfer" .... Wrong! Ong said immediately why was my bladder empty I should of had 4 glasses of water! -it's just the little things.. We call them for advice or trust them with things and just being friendly doesnt cut it..



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    Sorry little rant- hormones have kicked in well and truly! Had a little over reaction at work n cried yesterday- felt like a fool.. Oh well.


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    It is so frustrating that they get these things wrong, I mean seriously how do they not know something simple like if you need a full bladder for your ultrasound that is just ridiculous.. Did you tell Dr Ong that they told you not to worry about having a full bladder?

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    Yes I did cause I was a but miffed. Then I went over to the nurses and made sure they understood correct procedure for the next person who calls up and asks.
    I prob wouldn't have cared except for all the other things that have happened along the way.


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