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    I'd love to let the gorgeous little gecko eat them but the cockroach lastnight was on my chopping board. Like I said, sooo disgusting and required immediate action!!
    WTF...they can fly?! How about when you hit them with a thong and the white stuff oozes out of their stomachs!! Why does nature even need cockroaches?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    I'm not sure how much it costs does anyone else know?
    @Caesardust for DHEA I got it for $79.95 at local chemist. I paid $110.00 last time at chemist in FS's building, so worth shopping around. Also if you have PHI you might get something back?

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    I'm sure he said scupe (but maybe that's not a usual term). Here is an article about it http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ogi/2012/851367/

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    Hi ladies this came up in my immune group as it was offered to one of the ladies there. I think she sees NL in Melbourne.

    http://www.igenomix.com/tests/endome...vity-test-era/

    Hopefully that link works, it's a test to see if your lining is optimum for transfer.

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    Gosh don't get me started on cockroaches, and yep the flying ones are the worst!

    We get a guy to come to the house and spray, it's something that is safe for pets, but kills cockroaches the minute they cross the threshold. It's done yearly, I love it. I wou,d be a squealing mess holding a can of bug spray 24/7 without It!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    No DHEA if you're PCOS/PCO so that could be why also???
    @BlondeinBrisvegas I'm on DHEA with PCO - I don't think I meet criteria for PCOS.

    ?????????????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    I'd love to let the gorgeous little gecko eat them but the cockroach lastnight was on my chopping board. Like I said, sooo disgusting and required immediate action!!
    WTF...they can fly?! How about when you hit them with a thong and the white stuff oozes out of their stomachs!! Why does nature even need cockroaches?!
    They sure as sh!t can up here!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    @BlondeinBrisvegas I'm on DHEA with PCO - I don't think I meet criteria for PCOS.

    ?????????????????

    I thought it was contraindicated in Lovelies with PCOS as it can raise testosterone levels which women with PCOS usually have. Must be ok for the PCO Luv then or you wouldn't have been given it or else your testosterone levels aren't raised to begin with so all good

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    Here's what Dr Sher reckons on the DHEA front:

    http://haveababy.com/fertility-infor...-certain-cases
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    "One possible but unrelated advantage of DHEA therapy was suggested by a study conducted a few years ago at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO. The findings, reported in the November 2004 issue of the “Journal of the American Medical Association,” showed that judicious (selective) administration of 50mg DHEA daily for 6 months resulted in a significant reduction of abdominal fat and blood insulin in elderly women."


    Well, I think I should get back on it considering I more than meet the criteria for elderly and having abdominal fat to lose!!!

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