Congratulations mrswookie! So glad you updated us 😊 Poppy is devine, what a great birth you had! Nice and fast is the way to go. Breastfeeding can be hard and takes a lot of perseverance for sure! I've been told I've got perfectly shaped breastfeeding nipples (compliment you don't get everyday!😳) and yet I'm still in all sorts of pain at 9 weeks (don't worry, I'm apparently not the norm!) BUT after a lot of hard work and pumping....we are at about 3 weeks of exclusive breastfeeding now so the hard work does pay off 😊 Soak little Poppy up in her new-born-ness as they grow so super fast!! Congrats again Xx 🎊👶🏼💐
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14-10-2015 22:05 #801
Injections Support Thread #4
Last edited by Ladydee; 14-10-2015 at 22:25.
14-10-2015 22:24 #802
Heyside, yay for the last AF you'll be having for a good long while 👍🏼 Oh, so you weren't on all of the oestrogen yet with your last scan as you hadn't started your cycle yet? Or am I confused? I'm keeping everything crossed for an awesome start to your cycle come Friday....only good news allowed! 👊🏼 Gah, I'm failing miserably with the no dairy, I think I'll have to work up to it. I've now managed to give milk and yoghurt the flick but I have had a little bit of cheese... and chocolate. Haven't noticed any change with his skin but I haven't been completely dairy-free either. It's hard as I don't eat red-meat so dairy is a staple in my diet. I'll get there.
I've got my dd's "play date" at her pre-prep school on Friday to meet the teachers and other kids so hopefully that goes ok! Bit nervous!! 😁 She can be shy around people she doesn't know so I hope she can still talk to some of the other kiddies a bit to make it easier to settle in next year. Her current Childcare does run a pre-prep program but we're almost certain that we're going to move her to a C&K which leads into her school....do you know much about C&K's? What do you think....yay or nay?? The only annoying thing I know about them so far is that they do a 5 day fortnight instead of a six day like we prefer. Have you been happy with you dd's progress this year so far? Has she enjoyed it too??
15-10-2015 12:29 #803
@Ladydee - Oh I can only dream that that is the last af in a while, that would be nice. Yes unfortunately I was on all of the oestrogen before af but obviously that didnt work so I maybe need the viagra or estrogen patches? I have stocked up today on raspberry leaf tea and pom juice so hooing that will help. Looking back through my stimulated cycles I haven't had an issue with my lining and it has even reached over 10mm so hoping the extra follicles that might develop due to the injections send out natural estrogen. 🏼
Oh hun dont be too hard on yourself with the dairy, sounds like you are doing a great job already stopoing the yoghurt and milk, one step at a time you will get there, must be hard with the cheese being a staple in your diet.
Oh I am sure your Dd will do just fine at her playdate, it is scary to see them growing up isnt it. I wouldn't stress too much about her mixing with other kids at this stage, use the time to familiarise her with the environment and see what fun shes going to have. We moved dd last year from her pre-prep at a private school (where I use to work) to a community run kindergarten and she has had the best year, I dont want her to leave . She has become so much more confident and its all down to the staff and environment shes in. I love the fact its the same group every day and she feels so confident within that circle of kids. The centre shes at use to be affiliated with c&k but its now a lady Gowrie centre but run very similar. I am sure your daughter will settle well too and have a great time. I now need to get my head around her starting prep (the worries never end lol), she has her orientation in November.
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16-10-2015 17:02 #804Senior Member
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16-10-2015 17:44 #805
Thanks for asking @kiki, I am absolutely shattered after my 4am start this morning to get to my appointment and then having to waste my time around the city until my blood results came back in case I needed luveris medication adding into the mix and then racing back to the coast to pick DD up.
My scan showed the lining was very thin but we weren't expecting much else at this stage. Wazza has thrown lots of medication at me to hopefully prevent issues with my lining so hopefully that will do the trick. I am as of today on Trental and Nitrodur patches (for blood flow, not looking forward to the head aches from the patches) as well as sandrena gel as estrogen support.
Wazza informed me he won't be there for my EPU and possibly transfer ￼ , he said we could delay starting the cycle but I just feel I want to get started already and I am confident with everything he's put in place with the planning.
Still to be honest feeling a little lost with QFG and Wazza's rooms as its run so different from my previous clinic and everyone seems so busy. I seem to deal with so many different people, oh well suppose I can get use to that it's results I am after now.
16-10-2015 18:58 #806Senior Member
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Wow what a day! You're armed with a fair amount of meds but at least you can be confident that every things being thrown in to give you the best possible chance. I'd be feeling very confident. I totally get what you mean by feeling 'lost' but good attitude to have - it's the results you're after. I'm feeling good about this @Heyside I really can't wait to hear you're with bub! Happy sleeping after today's efforts xx
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18-10-2015 02:48 #807
Am on holidays so I'll get back on with a proper reply but Heyside (or anyone else still cycling??) .....would you like a second or third opinion on anything??..... xx
19-10-2015 14:07 #808
@allykat11- How are things with you hun post transfer have you tested? Not sure what day you are up to.
@kiki- How are feelibg hun are things setting down?
@Ladydee - enjoy your holiday, well deserved I would say
AFM - Just waiting around for next scan on wednesday, I start my first centrotide injection tonight which I was a little worried about as I haven't mixed meds before but I am sure I will be fine after I have done the first. As for the patches they are going well and I have no side effects at all that worries me at times though as worry its not doing what it should do. I know I shouldn't complain and just consider myself lucky but I never seem to get the side effects of meds that I get warned about.
19-10-2015 19:15 #809Senior Member
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Hello @Heyside, I'm currently 6dp5dt and I tested yesterday and today and both were bfn. I am literally going insane as they are negative but AF hasn't come but then I'm on progesterone pesseries.... Beta on Friday. Just hoping that there's just not enough hormone yet to register.
Lucky u not having any side effects. Iv been getting a lil bit of cramping from the progesterone but that's about it really. Good luck with this cycle.
20-10-2015 08:53 #810
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