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    Oh, sorry to hear about your cat. I have two myself. Well on the road to becoming the Crazy Cat Lady

    I am a shocker with them I'm afraid. I love on them until they cry to be released! They are my surrogate babies....

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    My much loved cat was my perfect cuddle companion after my miscarriages when I didn't want to be particularly affectionate with DP. I just wanted my own space/body.

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    @calypso75 I am a patient of dr m so happy to answer any questions if you want. Good luck with your journey, I think you are definitely doing the right thing getting more tests done.
    @midnite01 I've never bought crinone from a pharmacy but I have a good place in Sydney that does progesterone pessaries, they will post Australia wide too.

    Afm, I had my apt with dr m last night and have had a flare of my nk cells so another intralipid session for me this weekend. I move to one pessary per day from next Tuesday and finally drop down to 25mg of prednisolone then too! He reiterated I'll be on clexane pretty much the whole pregnancy😞

    On the bright side I have ob apt tonight so get to see bob/bobette!

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    Default IVF over 40 #19

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    How many weeks are you today @Chiefsgirl? Enjoy seeing your precious bob/bobette tonight!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    My much loved cat was my perfect cuddle companion after my miscarriages when I didn't want to be particularly affectionate with DP. I just wanted my own space/body.

    Hmmm. Interesting you should mention that, because my DH has been feeling very neglected. Not that I am 'allowed' to DTD yet - still getting over the D&C. But we haven't had anything interesting happen in that department since prior to my transfer.

    In all honestly, what you said rings very true for me. The very though of it....No, it's not for me right now. I think you hit the nail on the head. You just want to be left the hell alone. Or I do at present, anyway.

    I'm sure things will change. With DH's luck, probably right before we start another cycle

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    Bugger about the Clexane @Chiefsgirl, but YAY for seeing bubs this afternoon!

    I hope things are travelling along beautifully for you

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    Just after my 1st miscarriage we went on holiday to Austria. We stayed in a gorgeous mountain chalet by a stunning alpine lake & DP thought he'd try it on. Oh my was I p~ssed off. Leave me the eff alone. Do you know what I've been through. You've got to be kidding me. My physical body has been through hell & I just need it to myself to grieve. I needed him to hold my hand at the most. I'm guessing I didn't feel too dissimilar to you.

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    Glad to know I'm not alone in that then. And I doubt the fellas really 'get it' to be honest.

    It's like everyone says though - we experience MC, and they witness it. It's sad for everyone involved, don't get me wrong. But it's a special kind of hell we go through.

    Thank you for making me feel like this is normal. I was beginning to feel like a real witch about it, but.....I feel better now. Bring on more snuggles with the cats!

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    Default IVF over 40 #19

    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    How many weeks are you today @Chiefsgirl? Enjoy seeing your precious bob/bobette tonight!!
    I'm 15 weeks and 2 days! My queasiness has gone and I'm just still super tired and without any movement yet I just wanna make sure all is ok!

    Edited: my fat fingers on my ph! I'm not 25 weeks, it's 15😜
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