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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    So do I go ahead with a HyCoSy with just Endone and Valium??
    @Tahli I'll PM you about this tonight. I did it with Endone a couple of years ago and it was excruciating, but that might be due to my other medical issues.

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    you girls and all your drugs!!! Im a bit of a wuss with taking stuff, I used to leave it til it was too late to take hay fever drugs back in the day. FWIW @Tahli I had a hycosy done a few years back and they were struggling to pump the die through as something was stiff (cant remember exactly what- I think my uterus) but they were thinking they were causing horrific pain but i was ok - I had only taken 2 naprogesics an hour before and was fine, it was a little crampy but i have pretty terrible AF pains and napro is the only thing that sorts that out completely for me. What about trying naprogesic? I think its targeted to that area and always works like a dream for me.

    all the preggy ladies, Im so jealous!! ****..ive been riding this effing train for nearly 6 years and Im over waiting!! Now again Im waiting for 3 months to pass so i can have one more go with my 42 year old eggs and then it will be more waiting for a donor and that to start. grrr. Keep the updates coming, it gives me hope that one day it might be me!!! I cant believe you're all so far along, so so so great
    @JulieMalooley thats awesome your DP has his little bit of fame! Thought it was funny the kids wanted their dad to swim with the shark but he forgot his scuba gear..he was probably relieved he didn't have to!

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    Ha ! That's kids for you. They NEVER take their scuba gear when they are fishing, and as DP always says, the sharks are so thick they would never get in the water when they have been fishing anyway. They're already a bit famous as they have made 2 reef fishing DVD's and are working on the third one now. When we are out and about DP often gets approached by strangers (fishermen obviously) who call him by name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    That's how I used to be 6/7 years ago when I did my first rounds of IVF. But now, ouchy-rama! I learnt the hard way during my scratch/biopsy/practice transfer with LB. Like a cat clung to the ceiling I was. Thankfully BiB suggested 2 PF & 2 Val for my actual transfer and she was spot on. Thank your lucky stars it's pain free for you!
    Are you taking Pregnyl boosters on your next IVF round?

    Nope, all I've been offered is Clexane and Prednisolone from day of transfer. Nothing else. And it's not like I haven't asked - they just don't want to give me anything else. It is for this reason I have not told my FS that I am taking the DHEA prescribed by another Doctor. Am hoping that doesn't come back to bite me in the a$$....

    Re: Transfers - Not only do I not have any discomfort, I don't have any sensation at all! I don't feel a thing, painful or otherwise. The first time I was like...."Seriously, did you even do anything?!"


    Blossom

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxcat View Post
    you girls and all your drugs!!! Im a bit of a wuss with taking stuff, I used to leave it til it was too late to take hay fever drugs back in the day. FWIW @Tahli I had a hycosy done a few years back and they were struggling to pump the die through as something was stiff (cant remember exactly what- I think my uterus) but they were thinking they were causing horrific pain but i was ok - I had only taken 2 naprogesics an hour before and was fine, it was a little crampy but i have pretty terrible AF pains and napro is the only thing that sorts that out completely for me. What about trying naprogesic? I think its targeted to that area and always works like a dream for me.

    all the preggy ladies, Im so jealous!! ****..ive been riding this effing train for nearly 6 years and Im over waiting!! Now again Im waiting for 3 months to pass so i can have one more go with my 42 year old eggs and then it will be more waiting for a donor and that to start. grrr. Keep the updates coming, it gives me hope that one day it might be me!!! I cant believe you're all so far along, so so so great
    @JulieMalooley thats awesome your DP has his little bit of fame! Thought it was funny the kids wanted their dad to swim with the shark but he forgot his scuba gear..he was probably relieved he didn't have to!
    If you do need to go the DE route (am hoping & praying you don't) would the travelling donor program Wazza is heading through QFG up here be of interest to you Luv??

    Am sure it's happening Feb-April from the snippets I've read here on BH. A couple of the Lovelies here know about it in greater detail.

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    @Blossom74 The reason I asked is that I have some spare Pregnyl if you'd like it? It needs to be kept cold so if you had some-one in Melb who could take it up to you, it's yours. Just a thought.
    @BlondeinBrisvegas I have a feeling you might know the answer to this question. On Tuesday I need to have all my immune bloods taken that Dr M has requested. I'm now thinking about popping up to Brissy/Noosa next week for a full week. When I was going to be having these done at Melb Path it wasn't a problem. If I have them done in Noosa would the blood be sent down to Brissy for testing? Am I better off waiting until Tue morning, having the blood taken here in Melb then flying up? Or is there some-where in Brissy you'd suggest having it done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    @Petal40 Is he a sci-fi fan? It's Ripley's cat from Alien.
    No - he's a builder. I think they just put a 'y' on the end of everyone's name!

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    @BlondeinBrisvegas nah, I would rather have an aussie donor then she's more in reach for the kid to contact and too much money. Im going to post our ad on the eda site soonish and just be up front that we are doing one more cycle first so they are aware. I figure the timing might work out well anyway, Im assuming it will take some time to find a donor and then if Im that impatient after that we go through genea instead of waiting out the 3 month quarantine period (more friggin waiting!!) at RPA. Thanks for mentioning it tho, Im a pretty patient person by nature but this sh!t has pushed me to my limits! Luckily i have my dream job and can immerse myself in all things creative. If i was still back in that old job Id be close to totally insane by now!!!

    just wish we could have a surprise natural pg and forgo all this other thinking

    good news is that i weighed myself yesterday and haven't gained nor lost any weight after the xmas/new year silly season. I was expecting to have gained some so was a nice surprise. Next goal to have lost as much as I can by my 42nd bday at end of Feb. Ive got 8 kgs to lose to put me in the ideal weight category. It'd be awesome to have achieved that by april for the cycle too.

    ugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    Jonesy ?!?!? Lolololol funny guy. I'm surprised he admitted it to you hehe.
    How does it feel to be 24 weeks? And how big are you getting? I'm getting a bit nervous about how BIG I will get. Should post a belly pic...
    I feel nervous that we will have all our house renovations finished in time to be honest! And apart from being tired, I feel well. Everyone keeps telling me I look really well - I think that's just he polite way of saying I'm fat! Just gone part time this week, certainly enjoying that! I feel like my belly has gotten huge this week!!
    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1452130901.523554.jpg

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    Wow @Petal40 there's no mistaking that's a pregnant belly

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