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    Quote Originally Posted by Notalone View Post
    Hi ladies, I feel a little silly asking you this but I'm going to any way. What's your stance on colouring your hair while pregnant? My MIL suggested that it's perhaps not wise to do so which has planted a seedling of doubt within...
    There has been no correlation between colouring your hair and birth defects. Of course it is wise to avoid as many chemicals as possible while pregnant. I dye my hair regularly, I have to otherwise I am completely grey. I just use the ammonia free ones while pregnant. I use the spray colour in between to colour my roots so that I am dying as little as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notalone View Post
    Thanks for that. I have a colour crayon i can use to disguise my regrowth so I think I can make do for 12 weeks. I actually coloured my hair before we keft for Greece. But, my hair grows very quickly and my roots are grey!! Both parents went grey in their 20s. If i recall correctly, it is a common thing for people who carry the mthfr gene.
    Yeah that’s interesting as I also went greyvin my 20s and carry MTHFR!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moc24 View Post
    There has been no correlation between colouring your hair and birth defects. Of course it is wise to avoid as many chemicals as possible while pregnant. I dye my hair regularly, I have to otherwise I am completely grey. I just use the ammonia free ones while pregnant. I use the spray colour in between to colour my roots so that I am dying as little as possible.
    Yes, the sprays are really effective!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phia View Post
    No problem colouring your hair! My previous OB handed me a list and I quizzed her - it’s totally fine. I don’t have that list anymore cuz it was five years ago! X

    I just found a link to her website that has her FAQs

    http://www.mcoga.com.au/patient-information/faqs/
    Thanks for that link @Phia. Very useful. Xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daisy789 View Post
    Congratulations Notalone fantastic result!
    Thank you so much. Congratulations to you too!! Xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by stacey10 View Post
    @Notalone mine was 14 dpo 350 16dpo 700 20 dpo 3500 - twin girls
    Ok. That's useful to know - thanks for sharing! I have tried to convert my results to 'dpo' rather than 'dpt', if I'm right then I think my result was a little bit less than yours and and @Manvi, so time will tell! Your pediction of a strong girl could also be correct. Btw, your statement had me intrigued so i ended up googling the impact of hcg levels on gender! I am learning new things every day! I was also curious to know, how old are your girls now? Xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notalone View Post
    Hi ladies, I feel a little silly asking you this but I'm going to any way. What's your stance on colouring your hair while pregnant? My MIL suggested that it's perhaps not wise to do so which has planted a seedling of doubt within...
    I didn’t at all in my first pregnancy but in my second I got foils probably 3 times, just not during the first 12 weeks. The dye doesn’t touch your scalp and my Hairdressor has the door and windows open so there’s no fumes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notalone View Post
    Ladies just got my next blood test results. 604 at 11.5 days post transfer.
    So awesome

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    @Notalone, 14 dpo is 9 dpt, 16dpo is 11 dpt and 20 dpo is 15 dpt the twins have just turned 4 last wk and the single was 1 in feb yes apparently girls tend to have higher hcg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stacey10 View Post
    @Notalone, 14 dpo is 9 dpt, 16dpo is 11 dpt and 20 dpo is 15 dpt the twins have just turned 4 last wk and the single was 1 in feb yes apparently girls tend to have higher hcg.
    Thank you for that!! Wow, 4 and 1. They must keep you busy!! X

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