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    @Bongley I am so sorry to hear about your sister in law. May she rest in peace.

    You should be able to get a passport without the death certificate. When you provide a copy of the death certificate they will refund the urgent fee. That way you should be able to get it and not bother your brother for the certificate for a while.

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    @Bongley I am so sorry to hear of your sil passing. Don't forget to get a ltr from your gp about traveling with meds, especially if you are on injections xxxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by calypso75 View Post
    @Bongley I am so sorry to hear about your sister in law. May she rest in peace.

    You should be able to get a passport without the death certificate. When you provide a copy of the death certificate they will refund the urgent fee. That way you should be able to get it and not bother your brother for the certificate for a while.
    @calypso75 the passport office have booked me in for thursday for a fast tracked application but can't book me in any earlier until I have "evidence" so they can do it earlier on compassionate grounds. Thursday will get me my passport for monday which is going to be too late. GRR. I've already asked my brother now.........

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    I called my clinic back earlier to check I wrote the hcg down ok as it seemed low (yes, I googled). she said it did seem a bit lower than she would have liked but she's seen similar instances go on to be successful so try not to worry. and there's nothing we can do between now and the scan and that the scan is where we can see what's going on for sure. I really hope I'm one of those low hcg ladies and it's all ok (& is actually still rising not falling)

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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    I called my clinic back earlier to check I wrote the hcg down ok as it seemed low (yes, I googled). she said it did seem a bit lower than she would have liked but she's seen similar instances go on to be successful so try not to worry. and there's nothing we can do between now and the scan and that the scan is where we can see what's going on for sure. I really hope I'm one of those low hcg ladies and it's all ok (& is actually still rising not falling)
    Depends when the embryo implanted too Luv. As long as it's rising properly within the timeframes or at least by 60% (or whatever it is) then that's ok.

    Just have to hang in there until Monday😊xo

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    Oh my heart is breaking for you @Bongley im sending the warmest hugs your way and lots of luck for your passport.

    @winsor well thats not fair is it. Any chance you can book scan for say friday instead? Only if you're worried which im not sure you should be ?

    @Blossom cant believe you're triggering already wow that has gone fast.

    @billie02 im so happy that you have found peace in your decision. I think you are completely right of course. Your little boy gives you many reasons to stay healthy. Counciling would be a great idea. Also low iron causes anxiety symptoms like racing heart short of breath etc so it could be a little of both. I'm sure you're already taking lots of vit c with your iron to. I wish you every happiness and look forward to hearing the outcome of your investigation

    @tuxcat how exciting i think we will be cycle buddies. April. Im having hysteroscopy scratch and flush in march and then cycle in early April around the 6th i should start injecting

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    thanks. I'm going to think positive until the scan and hope for the best. as there's not much that can be done anyway so it's out of my hands. I'll keep the monday appt so DP can be there

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    ok I did the maths and it's ok for 60% (it's slightly more than 60%) and within a 3-4day increase over 1200 & < 6000. so I think we're ok, just slow risers

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    @Bongley - sorry to hear your sad news. Devastating for the family. I hope they can make their way through it. Remember to look after yourself in all this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    ok I did the maths and it's ok for 60% (it's slightly more than 60%) and within a 3-4day increase over 1200 & < 6000. so I think we're ok, just slow risers
    @winsor well that sounds good! Hope your scan comes around quick smart

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