Yay good luck Aug isn't far away at all
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04-07-2016 18:09 #321
04-07-2016 20:29 #322
Good luck Amy! Hope it all goes smoothly and quickly!!
04-07-2016 21:23 #323
No it's not far away at all!
08-07-2016 15:09 #324Senior Member
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Bump update 25 weeks and not feeling too bad
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08-07-2016 18:57 #325
Gorgeous Mesh! You look fantastic
08-07-2016 21:05 #326
How exciting!! Looking beautiful X
08-07-2016 23:42 #327
Hi ladies, those that have done a FET before, if you had the choice would you do a medicated or natural cycle?
10-07-2016 18:38 #328
I chose natural. Figured as close to a normal conception would be best.
10-07-2016 20:45 #329
I've been reading up & medicated might be a better option to ensure DH is home for transfer... But not really sure... DH is home on 20th July so I'll get him to get checked out while he is home
11-07-2016 19:36 #330
We went natural based on our docs advise, he probably didn't think we needed medicated. I would probably go with your docs advice
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