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    IMO, you have 2 options (after tonight of course)..... 1) go to the police and explain the situation. I know of times when they have then called on the person involved and told them to stop the calls and strenuously (but appropriately) made their point. They won't rush straight into an AVO because they are serious work for everyone involved, including you, 2) change your phone number and don't give it to him and tell common friends and family not too as well !

    It doesn't sound like the repeated calls are helping your ex move on from this obsession (which it is) he needs to get supportive counselling so he can move on, remember you are not his counsellor and he is not your responsibility (easier said than done I know.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    Thanks @skye! He got my message and called my partners number.. Just spoke to him. Wot a lovely man!
    He is a lovely man. I said exactly the same thing to my dh when I got off the phone. Even my dh noticed how much more comfortable I felt with this Dr (that I was talking to over the phone & have never met b4) compared to when I have face to face & ph consultations my own fs who comes across rude & is always in a hurry & can't wait to get rid of me out of her office or on the ph!!!
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    Wow @Charlie74, that WOULD be weird knowing someone so well and having to deal with that coming from them. It's really pretty sad too but his problem, not yours any more. A little chat from a cop will probably make him wake up to himself I think. And its a good start anyway.

    I have a question ladies - why is clexane supposed to help with immune issues? I know its an anti clotting agent, but what's that got to do with killer cells etc ? I'm just debating when to start on it. 4 days before transfer, or now, 3 weeks before transfer. I've never been tested for killer cells, but do have the high ANA.
    (my FS and CFC are both saying yes I can start it before transfer 'if I want to' but I have enough prescribed to me that I can start earlier)

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    I'm not sure about the Clexane thing, but I'm on it myself at the moment and was told to start on 29/08 with my transfer being yesterday (03/09).

    A quick question if I may ladies....

    If my FET was yesterday, and presuming it was going to work, at what time could implantation potentially occur? So, like, anywhere between xxx hours after transfer up to xxx days?

    It was a 5 day blasto.

    Thanks lovelies!

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    @Krysta74 Here's a link Luv explaining what happens after a Day 5 transfer. Just scroll down the page until you get to "5 Day Transfer" I reckon because your embryo was already hatching, implantation could happen anywhere from today/tonight right up until Monday

    http://www.bubblesandbumps.com/what-...sfer-calendar/

    that your emby is making itself at home Luv!!!!

    P.S...You are 1dp5dt (1 day past a 5 day transfer)

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    @leyshoja I think the Clexane in combination with the Pred help to suppress the immune system so it won't attack the embryo. The clexane also helps with blood flow to the uterus and stop any blood clots too obviously as it's a blood thinner.

    Am thinking @Chiefsgirl or one of the other Lovelies with immune issues can probably explain it all a whole lot better than I!!
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    Oh wow, thanks for the link! That's just what I was after.

    Re: The Clexane again, my Doctor suggested it was a good idea because he found some sort of antibody in my blood which he said could cause miscarriage. He, too, prescribed prednisolone in conjunction with the Clexane.

    My understanding was that they would simultaneously increase blood flow to the uterine lining, and assist in preventing rejection of the developing embryo.

    Krysta

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    Ditto what the lovely ladies have said about clexane. I started it along with baby asprin, prednisolone and megafol after a couple of unsuccess transfers.

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