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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Massive hugs to you lovely We don't often let our minds drift to The End of the journey so I imagine once you find yourself there it must be a very emotional decision to have to make. Please know I am thinking of you
    @calypso75 ^^^^^this x3 Luv😦

    Big...BIG ((((Hugs))) for you & much love & healing being sent your wayxoxo

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    @calypso75 ^^^^^this x3 Luv������

    Big...BIG ((((Hugs))) for you & much love & healing being sent your wayxoxo
    Make that x4. My close friend has decided to move on after 6 cycles and a terrible loss. My other friend thought that she was coping pretty well as she'd booked a holiday to america with her husband. Honestly, just because someone can put a brave face on it......... I know she's on medication to help her through the grief and breaks down randomly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    Make that x4. My close friend has decided to move on after 6 cycles and a terrible loss. My other friend thought that she was coping pretty well as she'd booked a holiday to america with her husband. Honestly, just because someone can put a brave face on it......... I know she's on medication to help her through the grief and breaks down randomly.
    That's so sad. I think the one thing I will never, ever get over is the grief I feel from when I lost Blossom. Yes, I look forward to the future with positivity but even holding a baby in my arms won't help me forget the one I lost. My heart aches every time I think about it.

    ETA: I don't think it is ever acknowedged adequately how much we go through on this journey. Whether that be our losses, the consecutive BFN's, or the day our journey comes to an end.

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    @calypso75 hugs it's such a hard decision to make, but I think you truly know when you are at the end. Sending you lots of love xx
    @Grace1 I'm sorry it's a bfn and your fs has given up. Have you thought of getting a second opinion?

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    @Maxwellsmum we are ignoring each other now. It might flare up again soon as they have approval to demolish and build and they aren't known for following the rules so I reckon they will make noise outside of allowed hours. I'll just call the council or police on them now I won't speak with them at all

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    @calypso75 Thats such a brave decision and Im in awe of you making it. Sending you the biggest warmest hug, I cant even begin to imagine what you are going through so know that Im thinking of you. I feel like a lot of old wounds for myself have started healing and now here we are jumping into a new battle which is pretty scary, I guess no road is an easy one after everything we've gone through but making a decision to move on in whatever way that may be is I think liberating too. Wishing you and your partner love and strength and I know you will have lots of amazing adventures in times ahead. And thats the exciting part, living life without the limbo that this whole sh!tfight enforces on us. In some ways its the hardest part of it. xxx

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    @calypso75
    Sorry to hear you are end of your journey, the sum of your worth is not measured by your ability to reproduce. Wishing you a happy healthy life filled with many many other happy moments and adventures X

    Yes I have some problem bogan neighbours as well, parties, cars parked on our lawn etc etc, they too seem
    to behave for a few weeks then it all starts again! Cashed up bogans!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    Make that x4. My close friend has decided to move on after 6 cycles and a terrible loss. My other friend thought that she was coping pretty well as she'd booked a holiday to america with her husband. Honestly, just because someone can put a brave face on it......... I know she's on medication to help her through the grief and breaks down randomly.
    that is really sad. I too watched Amanda Keller on ABC last night, I knew of her struggles before hand but I think seeing her talk about it all made me cry too. I thought her story of her friend who lost her baby in childbirth was also heart wrenching and their connection after it all was really beautiful. Its good for people to see this stuff to get some kind of understanding of what its like to go through this hell and its nice for us to know someone else knows what its like too.

    @Bongley you've had a rough month!!! I hope everything goes well and you are on the mend in no time. Im not reading EDA sad stories right now as I cant cope with that thought!!! Ive noticed a few but have just left the site and back to my cautiously optimistic headspace

    I agree @Blossom74 wheres the sh!tting bricks emoji!!

    I reckon @Tahli might need it too

    i told my boss the other day about it all and its funny how people not educated about this stuff are so full of positivity! Nice as well.

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    I can't believe all these bloody Houso's you Girls have to put up with!!! 😐

    Frucking bogans & bevans left, right & centre!!! 😦 Money doesn't buy class that's for sure!!!

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    OK, just had a call from my clinic. Change of plans

    When AF comes (in about 5 days time) I call the clinic and immediately start taking the pill for 10 days. Stop the pill, and wait for a mini bleed. When Mini AF comes I start on the Progynova on CD1, and Clexane/Prednisolone 1 day later at CD2. They reckon that will sync me up with our donor.

    Re: Progesterone - they prefer the pessaries, and I am to take 400mg a day. So I'm not sure if it's cheaper to buy the 400's or take twice as many of the 200's. If I get some made up on the GC does anyone know which is more cost effective?

    Had my BT to check for MTHFR gene this morning too. Will be interesting to see if anything shows up.

    All of a sudden it feels terribly real!
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