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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    It's like a 15 minute walk from Warren's rooms or you can catch the spring Hill loop bus.
    I usually walk so when I step out the front of Warren's building I turn left. Then it's the first left again.Then it's straight up until you see the QFG little edwards street (on your right) when you do walk about 50 more meters then turn left down that road and keep walking until you get to North street walk up it and the doors into the hospital are on your left.
    The bus is good if you catch it from Warren's rooms it takes you back into the city then stay on it to get on the loop again. I can't remember the stop you have to get of at though. I always prefer walking as its quicker than waiting for the bus.
    Haha hun we walk different ways I turn right out of Warrens rooms past the hotel urban straight up cross the road and you are there, that seems a long way to go hun 😂

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    Thanks @newbeginnings284 here is hoping we all get success at some point.

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    That's worth knowing @pingc383 that the hotel Grand Chacellor offer a discount for wazza patients. We try not to stay if possible now though and just put up with 3am/4am drives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    I'm officially pregnant hcg 128.
    Woohoo that's awesome news honey, here's to a nice rising hcg over next week for you xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Can I keep the nitro dur patch on for 24 hours? I feeling nothing on it..
    I wouldn't hun, i forgot about it being on once and got the worst migraine out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    I'm officially pregnant hcg 128.
    Nice work lady! Congratulations! Woo hoo!'

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    @pingc383 - I wouldn't keep the patch on longer than 12 hrs without asking Warren or the nurses hun you wouldn't want it to cause issues. I get no side effects either and yrs have been on the metformin for 4 years now another drug I get no side effects from where as others get horendous side effects. I often wonder if the drugs dont work for me or if I just have a very strong system, suppose I shouldn't complain.
    @Maxwellsmum - Haha hun yes definitely turn right next time 😂.
    @mummymaybe - Hope you have enjoyed a day of celebration hun after getting a good result at this stage 😊

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    Thanks for checking in @Heyside. It's a really odd feeling, the joy of pregnancy will be hard to find after our last experience. The plan is to remember I'm pregnant today and can't do anything about tomorrow.

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    Thanks everyone for your advice, will check those hotels out too xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    I'm not due to take it for another few weeks. I'll ask the nurses, although I'm sure they'll say no. The patch says it has enough for 24 hours.. Was trying to get my money's worth

    Oh on the metformin.. That should help! Damnit..
    Yes understand that lol!!

    Yes apparently met should help, warren has me on infolic too which works in the same way. I seem to have a difficult case of pcos which isn't treated easily unfortunately. I am not overweight and don't have the 'traditional' symptoms so nobody knows what to do with me 🙁. Thanks for thinking of possible ideas though hun x

    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    Thanks for checking in @Heyside. It's a really odd feeling, the joy of pregnancy will be hard to find after our last experience. The plan is to remember I'm pregnant today and can't do anything about tomorrow.
    I completely understand that hun you need to take things slowly and one step at a time xxxx


 

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