Looks great LovedUp!
TK, sending you and Kate all our good vibes today. Can't wait to hear about your little one - she will have two such amazing mummies! Xoxoxo
Lissy, don't worry about work if you can -- just look after yourself please!!
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08-07-2013 06:49 #41
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08-07-2013 08:10 #42
Looking great Lovedup, now hurry up Friday, so exciting!!
Lots if luck today T&K, I imagine time is going to drag til you get to the hospital. Thinking of you both!!
Betty how are you going? How many weeks now, sorry I keep forgetting. I swear baby brain gets worse once the baby is here!!
Lissy I hope the infection can be cleared up quickly and easily, you poor thing. How are you feeling about going back to work?
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08-07-2013 10:44 #43
Love the sticks Loved Up!!!! Looking fantastic xx so super happy for you. One by one we all get there :-)
Lissy - hope some antibiotics fix up the infection super quick. Your little bear is cacooned in your uterus in a protective sack so will be none the wiser. You are doing great. One say at a time. Do what you feel is right for you and baby - work can wait.
Yes tonight's the night. Very exciting. Woot woot. Will post tomorrow with our news :-)
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08-07-2013 11:14 #44Senior Member
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Lovedup that stick looks so much darker - how exciting!!! How are you feeling? Do you have any symptoms? PS: Don't worry about the stats re: fresh vs frozen. I've also heard frozen can sometimes be better due to your body not being so stressed and that if you little emby can survive defrost then it could be a strong little one!
I started getting MS around 5.5 weeks. I had about half a week where I just felt off and then the vomiting started right on 6 weeks. So I've had nearly 6 weeks of fun .
Lissy that's no good about the infection. Do they know why it's not healing? Do any of the meds contribute to it? Hopefully once you get over the 12 week mark your little bear will give you body a rest!
AFM - well the joy of me being able to eat something different didn't last long.... I had another breadroll for dinner & I think it was too heavy as I started to feel sick, tossed & turned all night and still feeling yuck. I had to come into work for most of the day yesterday too and when I'm tired I feel worse. I am trying another chicken breadroll today though. I just had crumpets for dinner last night so might just do the same tonight! I'm 12 weeks on Wednesday........I really hope I'll wake up Thursday and feel fantastic!!! I have to go to a client in Brisbane too.... yuck (on the plus note they are close to Maccas ).
TK best wishes for tonight xxx
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08-07-2013 11:32 #45
Thanks gals...seeing ob today at 3.45 so should find out more then. Hoping like what TK said, little bear is safe and sound in his little sack (again with the 'he'😜)...will see if ob gives me antibiotics. It's weird as the bigger cuts healed no probs, just one of those things I guess.
Yes I'm hoping too to wake up at 12 weeks and feel like magic!!! My ob says 12-14 (or even 16) more realistically 😥...but we can do it Kate!!! Anything to get these bubs over the line!!! xxx
We are 11 weeks today!!
08-07-2013 11:37 #46
Ps - I am all carbs too at the moment Kate, after paleo/no grains for so long it's strange, but gotta do what ever the stomach can keep down. I have hated meat too, and I am usually a big meat, veges, fruit, nuts eater. It's been all hot chips, cheezels, choc wedge ice creams, lemonade icy poles, toast and mashed potatoes!! Not a lot of nutrition but I know as soon as my body allows I am a very healthy person and will get right back into lots of veges and protein. Just gotta survive atm and keep all the pills down!
08-07-2013 11:52 #47
Bit scared about going back to work to be honest, but I only work 3 days per week and will tell them for 1st week I just want to try 10am - 3pm. It's a desk job so will bring a cushion! They are very good to me so I know I will have support and if I can't handle it my hubby would rather I just quit! But really hoping things are improving as it's a great job and will serve us well for me to continue at 2 days of 6 hrs after bub is born when we intend to do IVF again soonish like maybe 6 months (as one ovary and egg quality issues, it's a case of needing to press ahead - but I realise this may change after we have 1! Wazza said take your time and enjoy your 1st so we shall see and this little body might need a rest!). We have both sets of parents to look after bub 1 day per week - I know getting way ahead of ourselves, but that is the tentative plan. I would be a fool to walk away without trying as it is a perfect job for IVF, my boss so understanding, I basically set my own work hours. As long as I get job done he doesn't care when I am there. It equates to about 20 hrs per week atm. So think I will shorten tues to thurs to 10-3, and then come in Fridays for maybe 3 hrs rather than push my body to do long days. But hey if it doesn't work I will be out of there in a flash - our bub is more important than any job no matter how wonderful!!
08-07-2013 12:45 #48
Lissy, how convenient having a great boss that's so flexible, makes life so much easier, especially for your situation. Make sure you don't push yourself too hard when you go back and I'm sure everything will be fine xxx
TK, good luck tonight girls, tomorrow you will be holding your hub, I'm do excited for you, it's such an amazing feeling! Can't wait to see a pic of your little princess!
08-07-2013 12:46 #49
Betty, I have my 6 weeks check up with maneesh on Thursday, has he moved offices yet?
08-07-2013 12:59 #50
Not yet Goldie, he told me August. (Unless they moved in the past 2 weeks!)
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