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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    Bioceuticals is a good range I use their fish oil and dha.
    It's a good brand. I use that and a mix of BioMedica and Eagle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Where are you staying Leyshoja?
    The Vineyard of course !!! I can't imagine finding anywhere else that is THAT nice.

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    Im sorry @Charlie74, I led you up the garden path. I just checked my cupboard and the brand of fish oil is 'Nourex' Triple Strength Omega Boost (EPA 540mg, DHA 360mg)

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    The Vineyard of course !!! I can't imagine finding anywhere else that is THAT nice.
    Jealous! We are staying at Cape Heritage Hotel for two nights then this place from airbnb https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/947408 - I'd love to be eating out every night but its too hard with a little one so I'll be on dinner duty, we will be out and about in the day mostly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Jealous! We are staying at Cape Heritage Hotel for two nights then this place from airbnb https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/947408 - I'd love to be eating out every night but its too hard with a little one so I'll be on dinner duty, we will be out and about in the day mostly.
    Oh well, think of all the kgs you WON'T put on with all those restaurant meals. I'm actually going to be working while I'm there (the perks of computer work) but can't think of a better bar to be sitting in while working... my work 'may' get a little sloppy...

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    Ha-ha yeah its a good spot, I'm glad you like the Vineyard, I always have a panic thinking 'what if they hate it!?' after I recommend somewhere and the person stays there

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    I'm starting to think about Plan E now. The backup plan for if these last two frosties are not successful.... My CT donor had 24 follies retrieved, 12 fertilised, 4 x 5 day embies. If we do another donor cycle, do you think this is a pretty good result, or should we perhaps try a different donor next time ?

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    @leyshoja 4 quality blasts from 12 is pretty good. What was her amh like? How many eggs were mature? Im assuming you did isci??

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    @Charlie74 my fs recomm dhea as something we could try in the future as I dont have good egg quality. I think you need to be on it for a decent period of time. I think it does have some side effects which you need to take in mind.

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