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    Tahli sorry to hear it hasn't worked out this time, its tough, trust me I know. X

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    Congrats @EmmaJane75.

    Sorry to hear your news @Tahli. Small conciliation to know at least you can fall pregnant. Half the battle in my eyes. Doesn't change the outcome but shows there is still hope. Take care and eat chocolate.
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    So sorry Tahli, thinking of you !

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    So sorry to hear Tahli. Big hugs. Xx

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    Big hugs Tahli.

    We have two on board, so we wait and see. Dr W was happy with them, and wants us too test at Day 10, who are we to argue - the extra 4 days can go take a hike! We did ask him to make sure he chose one with pigtails and pink ribbons, and one without, from of the choice he had and that made him laugh. Flying home tomorrow, not looking forward to that flight with rampant sciatica down my right leg.

    Good to see you today ECM and Lolly, will be waiting for news.

    Emski you must be getting close now to your November date - good luck, hope it all goes well for you Hun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennski View Post
    Big hugs Tahli.

    We have two on board, so we wait and see. Dr W was happy with them, and wants us too test at Day 10, who are we to argue - the extra 4 days can go take a hike! We did ask him to make sure he chose one with pigtails and pink ribbons, and one without, from of the choice he had and that made him laugh. Flying home tomorrow, not looking forward to that flight with rampant sciatica down my right leg.

    Good to see you today ECM and Lolly, will be waiting for news.

    Emski you must be getting close now to your November date - good luck, hope it all goes well for you Hun.

    @Jennski, Dr W's standard is to tell you to test 10 days after the transfer (15dpo). Are you sure that's not what he meant ? Good luck regardless.

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    @Tahli. So sorry to hear your news, that sucks big time. But, happy to hear you have some frosties back in SA...fingers crossed for your next trip.
    @Jennski. Congrats on being PUPO. Hope the flight home isn't too uncomfortable.
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    In Perth waiting for my connecting flight to Cape Town. Apparently you can drink all of the wine in a four hour layover...might be lay under if I fall asleep. So nervous. Crap.

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    It can be quite daunting irishhellsbells but once you get here you will be ok. The weather has been fantastic and there a lot of lovely things to see and do to take your mind off the egg donation and transfer. I am here on my own this time and it has been ok. I wished my husband was there on transfer day and eating dinner by myself if pretty boring but i had a chance to catch up with lolly99 and jennski so that was great. Lolly said you may catch up and you have your sister meeting you? She will love the weather!! My hubby is irish too, he loved the weather. Good luck. I am day 3 past my transfer and praying for a miracle. Xx

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