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    Such a difficult and personal decision. I think if I were in the situation though, as hard as it would be, I would reduce to try and give the remaining babies the best chance at a healthy life. That is just my opinion for myself. Of course you need to decide what is best for you and your family. Good luck!

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    Honestly, I would want to progress.

    BUT I know 5 would be totally impractical for us, impossible even.

    I would ask when the latest date to decide is, and keep going until then. Nature may make the decision for you (as horridly hopeful as that may come across, sorry!).

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    . I would then get myself a you tube account connected to a Facebook page and document key moments to maybe generate income and perhaps a give a little page? 5 babies won't be cheap.
    That's just me tho lol.
    Yeah it might be worth googling "a miracle unfolding" - they have quads from doing IVF and have tracked their journey online.

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    Wow, so much for you to process. If it were me, I would not (I could not)reduce. I am a 'let nature decide' person. The pregnancy may reduce naturally,or may not - but I woukd be always wondering about those babies I reduced. Who they were going to be. If any of the remaining babies didnt make it or had disabilities, I would be wondering if I reduced the 'healthy' ones. Did they look like me or DH? I just couldnt do it & would live a lifetime of regret. Ultimately though, my feelings mean nothing! You have to decide what is right for you &your family. I wish you all the best

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    My head would tell me to reduce to 2, my heart would disagree. So I'm not sure tough choices either way

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    Another one for preying that the reduction happened naturally. What a difficult situation. Xxx

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    I would reduce.

    In my own personal financial circumstances I couldn't bring 5 more children into the future unless we were millionaires!

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    A completely personal decision. I think I would hope for a natural reduction but but but ..... What a bloody hard decision to be facing, I can't imagine choosing to reduce nor could I imagine having and raising five children at once especially already having three.

    I really really feel for you xxx

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    Such a personal decision, I don't know what I'd do. I guess I would need to weigh the risks against what felt right inside. All the best to you OP

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