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    I think my Victorian clinic's cut off for IUI is 40 due to it's low success rates. You might have better luck in NSW.

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    @JulieMalooley how exciting tomorrow is heart beat day. And two at that. You sound like an organised person if your thinking of all of that already so i think you would cope well with twins.

    Afm im such an idiot i just forgot my meds until 10:25 i usually take them at 8 to 8:30. Grrrh please tell me im still ok. How do you forget i mean really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity888 View Post
    @JulieMalooley how exciting tomorrow is heart beat day. And two at that. You sound like an organised person if your thinking of all of that already so i think you would cope well with twins.

    Afm im such an idiot i just forgot my meds until 10:25 i usually take them at 8 to 8:30. Grrrh please tell me im still ok. How do you forget i mean really.
    Which meds?
    I'm a lot more relaxed these days about when I'm taking them. A few hours here or there shouldn't hurt. I can't think of any of the meds I've been on that I would be stressed about taking two hours late.
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    I've got more relaxed too! Does it only really matter if it's a timed trigger injection??
    Julie, so maybe a jootsy bedside block party for your 12 week scan?!
    $450 for the Harmony test at our clinic too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    Lol I knew it !!
    Does anyone know what the harmony test is worth these days?
    I paid $450 through Sullivan & Nicolaides, price went down by $50 because it gets processed in Brisbane now, not the US 😃

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    I've got more relaxed too! Does it only really matter if it's a timed trigger injection??
    Julie, so maybe a jootsy bedside block party for your 12 week scan?!
    Yeah actually for that one it WOULD matter.
    My jootsy may not enjoy that party lol... Maybe I'll just post the pics and you can all have a drink for me (not pics of my jootsy!)
    Ps I'm surprised how easy it's been to give up the wine. I don't even miss it.

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    once I missed my synarel for about an hour and it still measured levels OK at the BT even though they say to have them 12hours apart. make sure you have the trigger right on time though - I think that's the most important one time-wise.

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    @Tahli @JulieMalooley @winsor it was gonal f and orgalutron. Yep the main meds. i feel such a fool but its done now i guess. I think a block party sounds like fun. Im planning on a baileys after epu I've decided.

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    I think that should be fine - delay in those meds. maybe have the baileys the next day or day after (before transfer) in case the anaesthetic is still in your system. (I get paranoid about meds+alcohol)

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    @winsor i dont have anesthetic just gas and vallium... yep im really not looking forward to that bit. Thats why my clinic is so cheap. I think thats why ill need baileys lol

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