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    Leyshoja, I had everything crossed for you. Feeling for you Hun.

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    @leyshoja, so sorry to hear that it may be a BFN. Do you have a BT lined up, or repeat POAS?

    Sunny

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    Default Spotting on The Pill

    Hi,

    A quick question...

    I have been on The Pill for just under 6 weeks, with 10 days to go. Today I have had some spotting, not much but feel a bit crampy as well. Has anyone else experienced this?

    I sent a message to CFC but not heard back yet.

    thanks

    Sunny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnygirl04 View Post
    @leyshoja, so sorry to hear that it may be a BFN. Do you have a BT lined up, or repeat POAS?

    Sunny
    I'll just keep POASing regardless and take the BT on Monday. I feel like I'm over it now. I spent a fair bit of time today thinking about the next steps for the FET, booked an appt at my FS and priced up the trip. The good old backup plan B always gets me through. When I run out of plans, then I'm in trouble !

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    Penny for your thoughts Girls, our Travel Agent is putting the heavies on us saying we need to urgently get vaccinations (yellow fever and Hepatitis) before we leave. Has anyone else bothered to ? Should we worry, we are planning to go on a Safari, but only one that has been recommended on this Thread. Is it overkill, would love some advice from you.

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    Jennski,

    as far as I know there are no issues with Yellow Fever around CT, it is more an issues in the east, around Durban. Not sure about Hepatitis but we aren't doing it.

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    Neither of my doctors said I needed vaccinations and @emski72 confirmed it for me.

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    Yeah not for the parks around Cape Town ...only if you're going to Kruger etc.

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    Hi Ladies The lion park outside of Stellenbosch was great and a 4 year old would probably like it especially if you go on a day they feed (you can see them throw chickens in that they eat). There also is a place called World of Birds with birds and all kinds of other rescued animals including monkeys and tortosies that was great and its close to the Botanical Gardens. For safari we loved Gondwana its a few hours from Cape Town and was incredible they have a safe area qwhere kids can go and will have someone watch your kid of you want to go on a safari. Also a 4 year old would probably like the pengins at Boulders
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    Leyshoja – I am so sorry that you got a bfn with POAS…. I am sincerely hoping it’s wrong and you get a positive result with your BT on Monday.

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