Julie I hope your anxiety eases for you soon, it's funny we spend so much energy trying to get pregnant then don't enjoy it because we are so worried it will end badly!
Yep I had those dreams, first one was on day of transfer and then again later that week. Was so vivid I think I o'd in my sleep and woke up panicked that I had ruined it all as my uterus was contracting! I think I put it down to the cocktail of Valium and the cider I had when I got home!
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@JulieMalooley Am sure everything is going to be just fine with the "Dynamic Duo" at your scan today
Enjoy seeing them both bouncing and bobbing around!!! Will be keeping my eager eye out for your update!!!
30-10-2015 07:43 #934
Good morning all,
@Infinity, the only foods I avoided were the ones that traditionally pregnant women should avoid. Things like runny eggs, soft cheeses, shellfish, and processed meats such as ham and salami unless cooked to piping hot.
I also limited coffee to one per day, and cut out caffeinated soft drinks and chocolate, because I read that high levels of caffeine can increase your risk of miscarriage. Fat lot of good that did me, but at least I have a clear conscience. I think chilli and spices are just fine though love. But I definitely understand the worry Hate to think what I'll be like next time round....
I have news - and I am telling you all this on the presumption that the appropriate amount of applause will follow....
I have lost 2 kilos!
I am feeling VERY proud of myself
30-10-2015 07:48 #935Senior Member
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Wahoo blossom great work. Well done hun xxx
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30-10-2015 08:12 #937
It's a start, anyway!
And now onto the next 7.9kgs...
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30-10-2015 08:23 #938
Well done blossom. Great start. I think when you get a couple of kilos off you get a bit more motivation to keep it going. Get back to enjoying those walks 🙂
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30-10-2015 08:47 #940
That was over 3 days Julie It sounds extreme, but I do tend (once I knuckle down) to lose a couple of kilos pretty quickly, and then I stabilise for a couple of weeks. After that I should lose half a kilo a week or so.
Theoretically, by 2016, I could potentially lose another 3 or 4 kilos perhaps. That would put me back a little lower than my pre-IVF weight. Still well above my healthy weight range, but it's a long term thing, right?
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