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    Thanks,
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    Default A good IVF Dr

    Hi there does anyone know a IVF Doctor that's more reliable like 60-80% success rate?

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    Hi All, I'm new to the group but happy to join and be a part of it.

    I have twin boys who are 18 ,months old and a teenager from a previous marriage who is currently being a teenager! After years of being the perfect kid, he's left school and decided to take a year off which seems to mean he just wants to lie around and do nothing. If he was doing something I'd be fine but it's so frustrating at the moment while I've got the twins racing around the place being crazy and I can't take my eyes off them and my teenage son being grumpy and cranky with the twins (and me!).

    Hoping to connect with other parents of kids with big age gaps and also who have twin boys. My twins are amazing but boy do they have some energy. They are constantly in their own world and it can be rough at times

    I just re read that and it sounded a bit negative. I also want to say that being a mum is the best thing ever and I do really love the ups and downs that go with it. Especially the laughs!

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    Thanks very much. I'd really like to make a post in Conception issues and so hoping that it will be available when I go to that thread....Sorry, am a little tech limited...

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    Hi!
    I'm a first time expectant mumma and I'm currently living overseas. We have flights to come home booked (prior to pregnancy) but they are at my 35th wk of pregnancy. At this stage I'm not all that worried about flying at this time because so far everything is healthy ( I know it's early).
    I would love to know if there is anyone else on here that is abroad but planning on heading home to Aus to give birth? I'm trying to work out how i go about booking a birth centre and midwife and all that! Obviously I have my doctor over here, but will need one back home too for those last few weeks.
    Anyway, Congratulations to all the new mummas on here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mardiellen View Post
    Hi!
    I'm a first time expectant mumma and I'm currently living overseas. We have flights to come home booked (prior to pregnancy) but they are at my 35th wk of pregnancy. At this stage I'm not all that worried about flying at this time because so far everything is healthy ( I know it's early).
    I would love to know if there is anyone else on here that is abroad but planning on heading home to Aus to give birth? I'm trying to work out how i go about booking a birth centre and midwife and all that! Obviously I have my doctor over here, but will need one back home too for those last few weeks.
    Anyway, Congratulations to all the new mummas on here.
    M.xo
    Congrats!! Flying at 35 weeks might be a bit late, depending on how far away you are and how long the flight will be. Is your Medicare card still in date? Best bet would be to see a GP as soon as you get back and they would get a referral to the hospital.

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    how long is the flight? i think singleton pregnancies that are low risk are fine to fly to 36 weeks. not sure if that is for domestic only though. i would check with my OB if they believe you’re ok to fly the distance. personally i would be hesitant to do a long haul flight but if you’re only in NZ or something it’s probably not much different to a domestic flight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mardiellen View Post
    Hi!
    I'm a first time expectant mumma and I'm currently living overseas. We have flights to come home booked (prior to pregnancy) but they are at my 35th wk of pregnancy. At this stage I'm not all that worried about flying at this time because so far everything is healthy ( I know it's early).
    I would love to know if there is anyone else on here that is abroad but planning on heading home to Aus to give birth? I'm trying to work out how i go about booking a birth centre and midwife and all that! Obviously I have my doctor over here, but will need one back home too for those last few weeks.
    Anyway, Congratulations to all the new mummas on here.
    M.xo
    I would probably ask your dr to write a letter giving you clearance to fly closer to the time, just in case. Depending on the airline and length of flight, they (airline) may not let you fly otherwise. I’d also make sure your Medicare details are still current and maybe contact drs/hospitals in the area you plan on coming to (or get your current dr to do so on your behalf) to start the process, particularly if you want to go through a birth centre or midwife group practice as they tend to fill very fast and can be strict on acceptance criteria.

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    Hey Everyone
    Sandra corral here
    I'm expecting a baby in December and i'm looking for all the information about pregnancy and stuff


 

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