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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    fwiw BiB I think counselling sounds like a good idea and I hope it's beneficial to you both. it sounds like it could really help him. I think you probably need your own space for a bit too. then who knows what happens in the future, but the space will give you some time to clear your thoughts without having to look after him at same time
    Agree Luv!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Gorgeous girls, these are the rules for replying to this post. There's to be no emoticons, no congrats, no party hats or party ******ers, no jumping the gun.
    I've just POAS. I MAY have a little ray of hope. If I stand under the brightest light in the house (kitchen fluro light) and seriously squint and twist the stick at a thousand different angles before hitting a sweet spot...I MAY be able to see 5% of a second grey shadowy indent ghost line...or it MAY be where the wee runs to the test line, jumps the indent then rushes over to the control line. I have no idea. But it is a little ray of hope.
    Needless to say I'll update you as the day progresses.

    HOLY FRUCK!!!! (me holding my breath..that's allowed!!!)

    C'Mon Wrex and Wren!!! + prayers!!!!

    Keep your bloody legs closed woman for as long as you can!!!!

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    looking forward to your next report @Tahli. sounds promising

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Gorgeous girls, these are the rules for replying to this post. There's to be no emoticons, no congrats, no party hats or party ******ers, no jumping the gun.
    I've just POAS. I MAY have a little ray of hope. If I stand under the brightest light in the house (kitchen fluro light) and seriously squint and twist the stick at a thousand different angles before hitting a sweet spot...I MAY be able to see 5% of a second grey shadowy indent ghost line...or it MAY be where the wee runs to the test line, jumps the indent then rushes over to the control line. I have no idea. But it is a little ray of hope.
    Needless to say I'll update you as the day progresses.
    SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!

    I'll say no more.
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    Squeeee no peeing allowed tahli until its time for another report!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    He's normally a very easy going person, too easy going and a real homebody content to potter around in the garden or go to the markets, movies etc. He's very much a loner kind of a guy with a more introverted personality than me who is a total extrovert!!!

    Which was another issue...us not having any kind of a social life with other people or doing many things just for us like going away for a weekend (because we never had any $ due to IVF plus no one to look after our pets)..no "date nights" etc and I also felt very unsupported here with DD as he saw it as him working outside of the home and me in it so my responsibility (really old fashioned views that surprised me as I knew he was traditional..so am I but not that frucking traditional once push came to shove!!).

    So many times over the last few years I've bought up how unhappy etc I've felt and why and nothing would ever change to the point I just had enough.

    ETA- He's a workaholic too which is why he got so depressed when he couldn't for 4 months and why he can't work to capacity now either plus the pain he's in all day every day he's on a sh!tload of painkillers...Endone, Targin, Lyrica for the nerve pain (a disc in his spine is bulging and compressing his spinal nerve permanently and when it flares up he gets really severe nerve pain in his knee all the way down to his ankle on his left leg I think?? which is on top of the usual severe back pain from the disc).
    Ah that's tough. I can imagine being in chronic pain totally bringing out the worst in a person but it doesn't mean you have to lump it if it's ruining your life. I just think relationships can be hard work but they shouldn't be all the time. Sorry not much advice BIB it sounds like you are doing all the right things

    My cousin was married to a man who was diagnosed with MS. He went into a deep depression and it completely changed him emotionally for the worse. She divorced him eventually and remarried but are still in amicable contact due to their son. It's a very sad situation but I didn't blame her for a second.

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    Is omg allowed @Tahli?

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    Yep @BlondeinBrisvegas holding your breath is allowed!
    @Lolly99 That's definitely not allowed!!
    I haven't been crossing my legs for too long because I don't want to get cramps and do anything to jeopardize implantation. I also want to be able to try and distinguish between Metformin bowel cramps, implantation stitch and needing to wee!
    I've been sipping water, but not drinking litres of it, which maybe I should be doing for the health of the embryos. All my wee is orange, I think due to the Vit B6 tablets.
    Any sane woman would have binned my 11am test and I'm sure a GP would have shook their head and said 'nope, sorry'. It's only a truly desperate woman who would have held onto it!!
    Also, this new box of FRERs might just have a deeper indent line pressed into them.
    Uhm @midnite01 I just weed, sorry. Next report will be around 4pm.

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    @Tahli...Yes..it's the Vit B6 making your wee orange.

    Stay hydrated but no need to be drinking a well-full of water until after 4pm!! Don't want you pi$$ing like a racehorse with too much dilution now do we??(no pun intendedπŸ˜‰)😁

    Deeper indentation line my a r s e!!!😁 I know what you're trying to do Luv & it won't wash with me!!😊

    Understand you want to try to keep ypur feet on the ground......for now!!😁
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Yep @BlondeinBrisvegas holding your breath is allowed!
    @Lolly99 That's definitely not allowed!!
    I haven't been crossing my legs for too long because I don't want to get cramps and do anything to jeopardize implantation. I also want to be able to try and distinguish between Metformin bowel cramps, implantation stitch and needing to wee!
    I've been sipping water, but not drinking litres of it, which maybe I should be doing for the health of the embryos. All my wee is orange, I think due to the Vit B6 tablets.
    Any sane woman would have binned my 11am test and I'm sure a GP would have shook their head and said 'nope, sorry'. It's only a truly desperate woman who would have held onto it!!
    Also, this new box of FRERs might just have a deeper indent line pressed into them.
    Uhm @midnite01 I just weed, sorry. Next report will be around 4pm.
    @Tahli 4pm???? Agh, keep us in suspenders why don't you.

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