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    I'm about to start a non-medicated FET. it's pretty much as Blossom described as I understand it. just waiting for day1, likely over the weekend as af is here spotting atm

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    @JulieMalooley I started Iron tablets in December but had to stop after I couldn't poop for three days. My Iron level was borderline so I was happy to stop and just make diet changes to keep it up. Hope it doesn't have that effect on you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithandhopellove View Post
    @JulieMalooley I started Iron tablets in December but had to stop after I couldn't poop for three days. My Iron level was borderline so I was happy to stop and just make diet changes to keep it up. Hope it doesn't have that effect on you.
    If you get the naturopath product Hemagenics from Metagenics (Health World) it has very high iron but doesn't stuff up the bowel because it is a different formula than the chemist one. It's iron sulphate that usually leads to constipation. You might need a naturopath script for it though, or a health food store that stocks Metagenics and is happy to sell it to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    If you get the naturopath product Hemagenics from Metagenics (Health World) it has very high iron but doesn't stuff up the bowel because it is a different formula than the chemist one. It's iron sulphate that usually leads to constipation. You might need a naturopath script for it though, or a health food store that stocks Metagenics and is happy to sell it to you.
    Thanks @Summer, googling it now.

    Just bought some online. Job done, thanks.
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    21 eggs retrieved at EPU this morning. Now for the fertilisation report tomorrow. Based on my past poor fertilisation even with HAICSI hopefully I will end up with 9 or 10 fertilised. Fingers crossed its not less then that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green lady View Post
    21 eggs retrieved at EPU this morning. Now for the fertilisation report tomorrow. Based on my past poor fertilisation even with HAICSI hopefully I will end up with 9 or 10 fertilised. Fingers crossed its not less then that.
    Woo hoo!!

    Fingers crossed for tomorrow @greenlady hope you get 9 or 10, or more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    So you have to trigger as well like blossom did for a non medicated FET?
    the nurse didn't mention a trigger, but said I'd have pessaries 3? days prior to transfer then for ~30days (I should have listened more closely). I have to call back on monday to book in officially so will find out more then. I'm going to see if I can have some pregnyl too to kickstart the hcg. not sure they'll let me yet

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    congrats @Green lady! I hope you get a high fert rate. rest up now, you did a great job. the rest is out of your hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @BlondeinBrisvegas I'm so very sorry you're separating from your hubbie. As much as it's a positive step, to create a wonderful life with DD, I'm sure your heart is also breaking.
    As you know I've walked this path with a small poppet, so if you need to lean on me I'm here to prop you up. As I'm sure are the rest of the girls. It sounds like you have wonderful family support too.

    I was offline yesterday as I was getting together all of my legal paperwork to see a solicitor to finally do our Financial Agreement and Parenting Plan. My apt is this morning. If you need any basic guidance on that front just sing out & I can try to help. You may have already seen a solicitor though and be way ahead of me. I sought informal legal advice first, then we did mediation and now I just want/need it over, thus employing a city solicitor.
    Humungous hugs to all three of you hun. The life you and DD will have together will be so very special.
    Thanks Lovely

    My post from the other day to you will probably now make more sense (where I said about women who believe they're in a stable relationship having a child/children and the relationship ending down the track anyway for whatever reason). I just didn't add the "like me" part to it at the time.

    Good luck with your appointment Luv. I can imagine how daunting and stressful it must be, but the again, once it's done you can draw a line under the whole thing (legally speaking) and be done.

    I have all that to look forward to in the near future though I doubt it will be too complicated as we don't own a house etc and have no debts either so ours will be more geared toward getting parenting orders in place (mainly so Ex-DP feels more reassured I'm not going to do what his Ex did to him with his older children despite my saying all along since we decided to have a child that I wouldn't do that....He's still carrying baggage from that time though).

    I expect him to have as close to 50% care and access of DD as is practicable from here on in for her sake. Obviously that won't be able to properly happen unless or until he's living here in Brisvegas in his own place etc but it is what I intend to happen in the future.

    Anyhoo...hope today's appointment goes as smoothly and as pain free as possible for you

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    Holey Guacamole @Green lady - what a haul !! Congratulations

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