Oh FFS's , lets put an end to what is IMO scaremongering regarding the mercury fillings and their removal. I'm sorry @Rhino, but I'm going to have to disagree with you on this one even though I know your intentions are good.
Read this @Green lady and be guided by your FS and Dentist as they are the experts and won't put you or your embryo in harms way
This is what the FDA says:
The developing neurological systems in fetuses and young children may be more sensitive to the neurotoxic effects of mercury vapor. Very limited to no clinical data is available regarding long-term health outcomes in pregnant women and their developing fetuses, and children under the age of six, including infants who are breastfed. Pregnant women and parents with children under six who are concerned about the absence of clinical data as to long-term health outcomes should talk to their dentist.
However, the estimated amount of mercury in breast milk attributable to dental amalgam is low and falls well below general levels for oral intake that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) considers safe. Despite the limited clinical information, FDA concludes that the existing risk information supports a finding that infants are not at risk for adverse health effects from the mercury in breast milk of women exposed to mercury vapor from dental amalgam.
Some individuals have an allergy or sensitivity to mercury or the other components of dental amalgam (such as silver, copper, or tin). Dental amalgam might cause these individuals to develop oral lesions or other contact reactions. If you are allergic to any of the metals in dental amalgam, you should not get amalgam fillings. You can discuss other treatment options with your dentist.
For more information on FDA's scientific review and findings, see the new "Information for Use" statementrequired in dental amalgam labeling, and other documents in the Related Resources section.
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16-06-2016 20:39 #361
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16-06-2016 20:47 #362
Thanks @tuxcat and @emski72 for your advice. It all feels very last minute but what can you do?! I'll go see a travel agent on the weekend to see what the options are. In regards to my dp work he has advised his manager and she is understanding but I still think she'll need more than 3 weeks notice.
Accommodation is sorted as I have a friend who lives in Claremont, ct just around the corner from the clinic. I couldn't believe my luck when she told me.
@Charlie74 I'm so glad to read that you're enjoying your trip. I agree with the other ladies in just putting the fet off another month. A month doesn't really make much difference in the scheme of things. The ticking timer is strong but ignore it for a month and get yourself as stress free as possible.
16-06-2016 20:47 #363
IVF over 40 #33
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16-06-2016 20:48 #364
IVF over 40 #33
16-06-2016 20:53 #365Senior Member
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16-06-2016 21:00 #366
Hi Lovelies....Just a quick in and out to say hello....
Things are hectic but am keeping my eager eye on you all and following along from the sidelines while I'm running around like a blue a r s e d fly!!!
Just quickly @Charlie74...Glad to hear you're having a blast on your holiday Luv and I think you should wait the extra month if it's going to make it less stressful for you Luv @Blossom74's right..you'll get your BFFP just the same in Sept as you would in Aug so you might as well take the extra time to recover from your trip and get all your FRER's in a row before you transfer!!!!
Ok Lovelies...must go for now, shall try to pop in tomorrow to post here and therexoxoxo
16-06-2016 21:04 #367Senior Member
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Oh sooooo sorry I really didn't mean to stress you out!!! sorry! I've found a couple of other articles (but can't get a link up) that note how to remove safely - so just ask dentist their procedure... I'll keep trying to figure our how to link that
again my apologies I don't want ot stress anyone out!
16-06-2016 21:48 #368Senior Member
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16-06-2016 22:07 #369
IVF over 40 #33
Chiefsgirl sorry to hear about your little one, I'm sure everything will be okay
My FS said to me at my transfer " what are you going to do if this doesn't work" wow thanks for your confidence!!
He seemed to think that our donor, although very fertile is just one of those people who's body doesn't react well to IVF drugs!
Jeez how unlucky are we!
He said although rare he does see it.
I told him if this doesn't work I would probably look at going overseas for egg donation. He seemed rather anti it and said that I should talk to him first as there are other options available here.
I told him I wanted an unknown donor, I know this may sound awful but I found having to worry about someone else's emotional/physical and financial health very taxing.
My donor is a very good friend so maybe that made it more difficult?
Sorry long post, just wondering what all you ladies make of it all???
Maybe the TWW is making me crazy
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16-06-2016 22:52 #370
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