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    Quote Originally Posted by Billie2 View Post
    Did someone say Taco's @Tinachris ?? ..

    I'm bored at my desk and just passed my due date for my baby that didn't stay, and I got sad so I thought I would drop in to wish everyone well. I still think of this thread and I hope 2017 is kind to you all.

    Hi @Billie2, so lovely to see you drop in

    I'm not on here much myself lately but I think of you often. I think of everyone here often

    Hugs to you all

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    @Billie2, nice to hear from you. I have thought of you from time to time and hope you are going ok. I even thought of you during the Guns n Roses concert. I went to the one in Melbourne and remembered you said you were going to one of the Sydney ones for your 40th. We have another thread here and I will tag you there so as not to be morbid here.

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    Hi ladies advice needed again so sorry for asking but being over in here in UK is making me very paronoid with no access to Warren's expertise. We have just had some very busy days where I have probably done too much. This weekend we have relaxed more with family but at a bbq get together today I felt the same gush of blood I felt a few weeks ago. When I went to the toilet I had what I would describe as a liver clot about 4cm long and a bit of red blood, the bleeding is easing but still at least spotting. I was obviously concerned straight away and stopped DH drinking incase we needed to go to accident and emergency again. As nothing more came of it though we left it as the family we were with had no idea where we are up to. What do you think I should do would you be concerned or now its eased see how I go? We have two days planned tomorrow and Tuesday at a themepark but I have said I plan to take a fair bit of time out for myself in the room I dont want to walk around the theme park for 2 days solid as that won't help matters. Definately planning on paying for another scan now before we go back to Australia to ease my mind.

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    Hiya @Heyside

    How bl00dy stressful for you!

    My best guess is that you've probably just pushed yourself a little too hard. Must have been the day for it, because I had some spotting last night too. Silly me, going for a walk. Should have known better, lol.

    I'm sure everything is just fine, so I wouldn't stress. That being said, I know what I'm like .... and I'll be heading off to my GP for a checkup this morning just to be on the safe side. If you think it would bring you some comfort I'd recommend you do the same. Again, not because I suspect anything is wrong, but just for peace of mind

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    Thanks @Blossom74 unfortunately the GP's over here cant help me unless I am registered to give birth here so it would mean an a&e trip for me with DD who we have with us who has no clue as to what is going on yet, not the best time for this to happen but yes agree I have pushed myself too much. I think I do need peace of mind I have a GP appointment booked in for Tuesday anyway for more medication and if I am still bleeding in the morning I will definitely have to consider hospital.

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    Hope all is good with you and your bleeding @Blossom74 and it turns out to be nothing, thinking of you xx

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    Thanks hon I'm really lucky in that I can feel bubba moving, so I have plenty of reassurance that all is well.

    Take it easy and put your feet up today hey? I reckon as long as you're not cramping or anything you'll be fine

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    Hi, i am 40, my partner is 39. We have kids but none together. We were hoping to have a child but my partner had a vacectomy 8-9 years ago after his first baby had complications to both mother and child. We have been talking about a reversal which he is willing to do.

    I read chances are better with ivf given our ages and we only want one child plus medicare rebates available. But my partner considers it not natural and isnt interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plj77 View Post
    Hi, i am 40, my partner is 39. We have kids but none together. We were hoping to have a child but my partner had a vacectomy 8-9 years ago after his first baby had complications to both mother and child. We have been talking about a reversal which he is willing to do.

    I read chances are better with ivf given our ages and we only want one child plus medicare rebates available. But my partner considers it not natural and isnt interested

    My DH had a vasectomy some 15 years ago.

    When we discussed our situation with both our FS and our GP (who referred us) we were told by both that the chances of a vasectomy reversal being successful was quite slim after a period of 5 years had passed.

    Our FS actually said it would be 'wasting our money' so we went the IVF route instead.

    IVF might not be 'natural' but at the end of the day I'm sitting here 30 weeks pregnant, and I doubt I would be if we'd gone the reversal route. Unfortunately I've heard of many couples who wasted valuable time and money chasing the VR pipe dream with no result to show for it. And when you're over 40 you simply don't have time to wait....

    Incidentally, we were quoted around $9K for a reversal, and our own-egg IVF rounds were $5K less MC rebate.

    ETA: Perhaps if the two of you go and discuss your concerns with a FS - a professional opinion might help change your DH's mind?
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    Thanks. Personally I don't mind how it happens the end result with be our biological child. I'd be happy either way. I just don't know how to get him to see it differently. He is so against it. And said if the reversal doesn't work then it's not meant to be. Which breaks my heart. Maybe a specialist opinion might help but he also might switch off as soon as its mentioned unless I can get him half way..

    Time is definitely not on our side...

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