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    BIB your a fantastic mum doing all you can for your daughter it's a shame centredrunk don't move quicker.

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    @skeeter yep exactly. I find the besd rest a concern for muscle waste etc long term but otherwise im good. you arent going to need to worry about that this time. This bubba is going to give you nothing but peace and happiness. If you prepare you wont need it so prepare for everything hun and then you can relax and enjoy. Thats just life i recon i didnt prepare for anything beyond a bfp and well you know the rest. Lol

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    I had a day 5 frostie, so only have to hang out until Friday next week for my blood test @skeeter

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    Soooo good to have you back @BlondeinBrisvegas
    Have you heard of the online course that Swinburne do for parents with kids on the autism spectrum? It's supposed to be really good. Let me know if you want me to send you the link, it's a free course.

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    @Spazzyp that's my blood test day too!

    @infinity888 that's all I was worried about last time too, getting that BFP. I was concerned with miscarriage, but once I hit 12 weeks and got my NIPT results I thought everything was fine. I think it's good to have plans in place - no matter how much I want the next time to be trouble free, it doesn't seem it'll be likely. If I have to have bedrest I'll be fine... but my bed will be out on the street with me in it!
    Do you think you could do leg and arm exercises or would that be no good?

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    @skeeter i briefly mentioned it to gp and she said well you could but that uses core muscles so no not for now but yes im hoping soon. To be honest im mostly to scared to do anything. But also know really wont matter what i do or dont do ultimately its a high risk pregnancy and it's going to be that way for a while so i just need to suck it up and worry about rehab in 6 months. If this is the only way i get to have this baby then so be it. I cant lose another one i just dont have it in me. So it will probably take me at least 18 months to recover fully and im ok with that for now im sure if you ask me in a week ill be climbing the walls. X

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    @infinity888 good plan. Fix it up later... I just wondered if it was possible to strengthen muscles, but not good if it puts pressure on. I too would do anything for a successful pregnancy... bedrest, hang upside down, glue my hoo haw closed. Hmm, why haven't they thought of that for IC? Forget stitches, just glue it shut!

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    Default IVF at 42 at primary IVF

    Hi girls
    I'm about to turn 42 in a months time and husband I have been trying for numbervthree for a bit over a year r. First two kids we conceived naturally within 1-3 months ( I was 37 and 39) conceived first month of trying with number three a year ago but was diagnosed with partial molar pregnancy at 12w so have been monitored for 6 months before periods returned. Ovulating fine and have a great Amh reading for my age but specialist put me on femara to help me along but 6 months still not pregnant.

    We have made an appointment with primary IVF in Sydney and I'm wondering if they have a criteria you have to meet to be a patient ?

    Appreciate any feedback from
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    Thanks

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    @skeeter hahaha you are funny glue. Mmmm well i wonder what all the men would think of that???. It would have to be disolvable glue that lasted exactly what 7 months? So once bfp at 1 month glue is applied then it disolves when waters break at 9 months . Sounds like a plan to me. We could make money skeeter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spazzyp View Post
    Soooo good to have you back @BlondeinBrisvegas
    Have you heard of the online course that Swinburne do for parents with kids on the autism spectrum? It's supposed to be really good. Let me know if you want me to send you the link, it's a free course.
    Have vaguely heard of it Luv...Could you please PM me the links if possible?? Thanks ☺xoxo

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