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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    Holy Smoke JM! What did u do differently again? I think I remember that u were doing something?
    I had that estrogen gel that you rub into your thighs which is really the only thing that should have affected it. I had a heap of other new stuff for that cycle but nothing else that should have affected the lining from memory.

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    I just had the best surprise.

    I have been a member of another chat group for 8+ years now (non IVF related), and one of the girls on it just rang me and said she is coming through my town in a few weeks time.

    We are FINALLY going to meet!

    Now, I just need to lose 23 kilos before the 26th January....

    Damn you, cherry slice!


    Blossom

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    @Blossom74 that looks delish. Afm I've just finished pulling apart a huge painted crayfish similar to this:

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    There is so much flesh in it I don't know how the two of us will finish it, but I'm going to make something I made for DP last Valentine's Day. Basically you dice the flesh up and cook it in butter and yellow curry powder then serve it on top of pasta with a home made tomato pasta sauce. Yuhuhummmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    @Blossom74 that looks delish. Afm I've just finished pulling apart a huge painted crayfish similar to this:

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    There is so much flesh in it I don't know how the two of us will finish it, but I'm going to make something I made for DP last Valentine's Day. Basically you dice the flesh up and cook it in butter and yellow curry powder then serve it on top of pasta with a home made tomato pasta sauce. Yuhuhummmm

    Gawwwd!!! That's huge Luv!!

    I don't eat it myself personally...DP would. Enjoy!!!

    Could maybe do a mornay with it too for another meal if there's enough flesh or no???

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    It looks pretty @JulieM, but I wouldn't eat it. I don't eat things that come from the ocean!

    I don't eat internals either (kidney, brains etc - )


    Or avocado. Or hot spicy stuff that burns your butt on the way out......


    Blossom

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    It would easily feed three but don't think I could quite stretch it to two meals. Mornay is overrated I reckon so not going there. We were going to cut it small, crumb and cook like calamari but I know this pasta meal is divine, plus I made a heap of tomato pasta sauce and froze it some time ago, so really quick and easy. It's surprising how well the curry butter goes over the top of a tomato pasta.
    One thing I have noticed now, other than my increased appetite, is when I need to eat, I need to eat NOW ! Life seems to revolve around food these days...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    Life seems to revolve around food these days..


    Story of my life love

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    @Charlie74 I truly believe that if an embie is good it will implant regardless. My old FS told me that when he was working in Africa they had to do a c/s on a lady because her baby was in her abdomen. Now for an egg to go the wrong way and fertilise and implant where there is zero lining and grow into a healthy baby is pretty amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    It would easily feed three but don't think I could quite stretch it to two meals. Mornay is overrated I reckon so not going there. We were going to cut it small, crumb and cook like calamari but I know this pasta meal is divine, plus I made a heap of tomato pasta sauce and froze it some time ago, so really quick and easy. It's surprising how well the curry butter goes over the top of a tomato pasta.
    One thing I have noticed now, other than my increased appetite, is when I need to eat, I need to eat NOW ! Life seems to revolve around food these days...
    @JulieMalooley ok, well it can feed three then I am inviting myself around, I LOVE crayfish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    @Charlie74 I truly believe that if an embie is good it will implant regardless. My old FS told me that when he was working in Africa they had to do a c/s on a lady because her baby was in her abdomen. Now for an egg to go the wrong way and fertilise and implant where there is zero lining and grow into a healthy baby is pretty amazing.

    WOW. That IS amazing.

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