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    Phew, thank goodness @infinity888
    Would be nice if you could have a break from the drama wouldn't it?!

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    @Spazzyp oh yes it would be nice. If i have to be on bed rest for another 14weeks im going to have to access income protection insurance and beg plead and borrow from the bank. Grr anyway it could be worse i know. its just never easy is it. Enough of my whinging.

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    Hi all, sorry to crash your thread. I just noticed @infinity888 posts so thought I would offer some encouragement.

    My story is here if you are interested. http://www.bubhub.com.au/hubbub-blog...ng-successful/

    I had a retroplacental hematoma and hemorrhaged pretty much from 13 weeks to 24 weeks. Somehow my DD survived and is now the most amazing little 3 year old.

    Wishing everyone on their journey all the best.

    Sit tight

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    @DJ Nette thankyou i will definitely be reading your story thanks so much . P.s wow yes that's whats happening for me except mine started at 6 weeks. Can i ask did you continue to work? This is my dilema my sch completely disappeared last week. Then went back to work on monday on light duties and first bleed only about 100mls was wednesday so i wasn't too concerned went to work still but thursday night was a nightmare at least 1.5litres and still going today only lightly but hasnt stopped. Obviously like you ive had several drs and midwives prepare me for the worst and the anxiety prior to every scan every toilet trip and even gas twinges grrrr are driving me slowly insane. I also want to enjoy this bub and im feeling very frustrated at not being able to. We have told only 3 people atm. Any advice would be appreciated. Do i go on bed rest which seemed to help but will cause great financial pressure or go back to work and be faced with continuous random haemorrhages. ?
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    @infinity888, what type of work do you do? My work involved travel, field work and office work. I stopped all travel and field work. I could do the office stuff from home and hospital and that's what I did. I also had a lot of sick leave and used that. The only thing that worked for me was bed rest. Each time I thought it was better and started to get active (like leaving the house) it would happen again. They often resolve themselves either by the baby taking up the space or of their own accord. I would definitely try bed rest for the next few weeks and then reassess.

    The problem with most income protection is that it doesn't kick in until 3 months from the time off work starting. Perhaps look into it now and see what the rules are.

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    @DJ Nette i usually do alot of operational work which is out of the question and hve been off road since 6weeks at first bleed then bed rest for 4 weeks and modified bed rest for 2 weeks. I now have no sick leave or annual leave left. My light duties consist of just admin office work. So walking and sitting at a computer and driving teaching etc. Its definitely easy work but yes my body doesnt agree. Also dr has me on x3 5mg valium a day at home but i have to stop that while at work. At the end of each day on my way home this week i could feel my uterus contracting. I will look into the income protection. Thanks i think bed rest for foreseeable future is in my best interest. Thanks so much you have really helped. Oh and congratulations on your amazing bundle of happiness.

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    @infinity888 I'm sorry to hear of your continuing bleeding. I hope that you can access some income protection and keep resting. I too am out of all kinds of leave. I found out recently if I'd lost the babies three weeks later I could have accessed some PPL, which would have left my leave intact. Oh well...

    Ladies, I need a bit of help here. I am in the middle of a frozen cycle which doesn't seem to be going well. I haven't mentioned it because I've been keeping it on a need to know basis. Mostly because if it works I don't really want to tell anyone, because I cannot go through telling everyone if something happens. Reliving it over and over to people who knew I was pregnant was just terrible. So I figure the less people who know, the less who need to be told later. But at this point I'm not sure I'll have anything to tell!

    As if all the egg dramas weren't enough, I'm now having lining issues. I have never had a lining issue ever, always super thick. Last cycle I was 10 at day 8, and 14 at day 10. This cycle started the same, too thick at 12 to start, I had to wait another 3 days to get down to 4 and then start day 1. This week at day 12 I was only 6. They upped me to 3 progynovas a day, and today at day 15 I am 6.7. I am starting to freak out. My biggest worry was that the infection or D&C would affect my lining. I am waiting on the clinic and I figure they will just drag me out. I hate when they drag me out, last time they did that was disastrous cycle 3.

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    @skeeter firstly thankyou for your thoughts. 2nd i get not telling anyone i am the same. As far as lining goes i to had no lining issues except for this last cycle. I got it to 10mm on day of transfer but that was 12 progynova a day some orally some vaginally also sandrea gel x2 sachets x3 times a day. Oh and probably silly but heat packs on my belly obviously prior to transfer only but every night in that last week. Anyway it worked not sure if this helps. 😀

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    @infinity888 I wondered if I should use some of the progynova vaginally or not. I also have a whole box of crinone wasting in the fridge as the FS changed me to pessaries last time. But wasn't sure if I started putting that up too early it could mess up my cycle? If there were any supps or anything I'd run out and get them. I'd even take extra progynova but again worried about messing up my cycle..

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    @skeeter you have to deal with this however you need to get through and if that means keeping this all quite then good on you, just know we are all here if you need us, thinking of you. Is this your first frozen cycle compared to fresh in the past? I only ask as frozen cycles have been a problem for my lining in the past and I need natural estrogen from the follicles for it to develop I think. One thing that really helps me is inserting the progynova vaginally rather than taking them orally as it gets directly to where you want it to go quicker. I have also used viagra in the past but that is expensive but might be worth a try.
    @infinity888 - Hope you find a way to afford the bed rest that you need, hope your work are being supportive.

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