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    Quote Originally Posted by Nilza79 View Post
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    This is my life now. Clexane foes bad most days
    Oh @nilza that's terrible. Have you tried my method I posted a new while back? I used to have a stomach like that (previous rounds)IMG_1513595337.488251.jpg
    This is mine now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nilza79 View Post
    Not sure i bruise super easy at the best of times. Some of mine are worse than others. The lower i go the worse it seems. Apparently you have to pinch your skin and keep it pinched the whole time and leave it in for ten seconds. My dh ‘s aunt is a midwife and she made sure i was doing it right too.
    Some people just happens to. I dod google it to make sure i was ok and there were horrendous pics
    I bruise very easily also. I do not pinch, this bruises me everytime. I spread the skin tight between my fingers then under the needle. This is the only way I do not bruise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chmeille View Post
    Nilza I stalk this thread because I learn so much from it. My bruising was as bad as yours until I started icing before and after the injection. My OB told me to do it - pain in the butt to got get the ice I know - but now the bruising is minimal now and the injection hurts way less as well. Ice for one minute, inject exactly as you have been, then ice again after the injection for 30 seconds. I use a small ice pack. And apply arnica cream morning, noon and night to help the healing - massage it in. Sorry for butting into your thread, but your bruising is as bad as mine was. At 22 weeks, I still inject every day now and I only have small spot bruising. Good luck!
    Glad to hear from you chmeille hope all is well with you. 22 weeks already wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treens73 View Post
    @ Kalina, hang in there. I tested very late at night 4dp5dt and had a very very faint squinter. The next morning it was a tiny bit darker. By day 6 and 7 it was more visible. And my hcg level was really high at my day 11 blood test so that’s probably why I got a bfp so early.
    It ain’t over yet xxx
    Thank you xo

    I'm doing my best to hang on to some hope for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moc24 View Post
    In all my pregnancies except this one I have had a second line at 4dpt. If you remember it was 5.5 days past when I got a line that was barely there at all and if I hadn't stared at it all day I wouldn't have seen it. Didn't get a recognisable line until 7.5dpt. Maybe slow and steady just works better, so far I am doing better than I have before sooooo?
    Keep testing and hoping, can't really do anymore than that. Everything crossed for you xx
    Thanks, I will. As you say, can't do any more than that.

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    So can I ask the ladies who are in the 'no tell zone' what they said to medical professionals etc. Only dh and my fs know that we are donor, no one else. We weren't planning on telling anyone and unsure if we tell the child but if we do believe it is their tale to tell if they want to.
    Just wondering if anyone asked did you just lie. I will be birthing in a public hospital, not with my fs and don't really want it noted anywhere but don't want to put my child at risk because I have been untruthful. Is there any medical reasons why I should be telling?? I was just planning on saying it's ivf and leaving it at that??? @stacey10 & @gorgeousgeorge I think you were both no tell if I remember correctly?

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    @Nilza79 you poor love, perhaps try the other two methods that the others are suggesting, I don’t suppose you have anything to lose trying xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moc24 View Post
    Happy to report I have a Bub on board measuring 6w2d with a nice healthy heartbeat. So far so good.
    I just checked in as inwas woeried about you! Very happy for you @Moc24. Congratulations!! May the journey ahead be uneventful xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moc24 View Post
    So can I ask the ladies who are in the 'no tell zone' what they said to medical professionals etc. Only dh and my fs know that we are donor, no one else. We weren't planning on telling anyone and unsure if we tell the child but if we do believe it is their tale to tell if they want to.
    Just wondering if anyone asked did you just lie. I will be birthing in a public hospital, not with my fs and don't really want it noted anywhere but don't want to put my child at risk because I have been untruthful. Is there any medical reasons why I should be telling?? I was just planning on saying it's ivf and leaving it at that??? @stacey10 & @gorgeousgeorge I think you were both no tell if I remember correctly?
    My GP and Ob know and the hospital will know. We haven’t told any family, most know or assume it’s ivf but that’s all. We plan on telling our dd and this Bub when they are old enough. I get a lot of comments about my daughter looking more like hubby than me and I just kind of laugh it off. You get good at lying. Not sure why I feel a bit weird about telling people but I do. We believe the next people we tell will be our children and then they will tell everyone I’m sure! Will cross that bridge when we get there.

    I’m just wondering about blood types. Our first donor had the same blood type as me so Bub has a blood type that makes it possible for me to be the biological mother but not sure about this donor, so the bubs blood type may raise questions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speckle2018 View Post
    Found out today I am having a baby girl. Very excited. I have my 13 week scan on Thursday and looking forward to seeing my little miss angel on the screen.
    Awesome news!!

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