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    @CinderElla88 - bugger. Hope that balances out. Could help explain stuff, though, for you.

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    I can't remember who asked but I am feeling better over here, just got an annoying lingering cough so hoping that goes away soon. Dh and I did manage to get a few BD sessions in so hopefully if I ovulated early we are in with a chance, I don't think I will ovulate at all this cycle but we shall see

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    great to hear Star xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    great to hear Star xx
    Bel I'm so glad your harmony results came back okay! What a huge relief that must be!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by starflame View Post
    Bel I'm so glad your harmony results came back okay! What a huge relief that must be!!!
    yes a huge relief star. To be sat down by a genetic counsellor saying they were quite concerned with a 1:45 risk and then be told after harmony its less than 1 in 10,000. So lucky we have the harmony test available as it meant i could avoid an amnio which i really didnt want to do! for smooth sailing from here x

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    Having a tiny freak out today, what if it works, what then? I can't imagine actually being pregnant and having a baby. What if it finally happens now that dh is out of work, are we bad for trying when we are poor?! But what if it doesn't work?


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    @CinderElla88 - all reasonable thoughts that everyone goes through! Don't worry about that stuff right now. Human survival instinct is pretty great and you'll end up working something out to make it work. Focus on what you want: a baby!

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    Fx the clomid works star and you caught the egg. How cool would it be if we both got bfp's this month!!


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    I think everyone feels that way sometimes Ella!

    We had a 6 month period during ttc (before ivf stage) when although dh was working, he wasn't being paid and we were struggling a little financially and my mum said we had to stop trying. I told her we would but there was no way I was going to risk missing potentially the one month when everything would line up and work just because we weren't rolling in it. If this is when you get your bfp you'll cope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CinderElla88 View Post
    Fx the clomid works star and you caught the egg. How cool would it be if we both got bfp's this month!!


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    It would be amazing!!! I so hope we both get good news soon!!! My philosophy on the ttc while money is tight (we only have one income all the time) is we will make it work. If I really sat down and think about it there will never be a perfect time for a baby, there's always going to be bills and things will always pop up as an obstacle but somehow we will manage


 

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