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    @gorgeousgeorge How awful is not having a local OB! Outrageous!
    I get the whole consensual sex thing when each are on a level playing field. But let’s face it
    - many women are horn bags when they are preggers, so perhaps he didn’t need to do much... so in a sense taking advantage of her heightened state, .
    Either way, whatever the story he’s having a poke around her vagina and it’s all 🤮🤢 icky icky poo.

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    @Kalina Awesome milestone ahead! Best of luck for the NIPT Bloody exciting!

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    Haha @Phia yes i know, i know. Its not ethical, tbh im just annoyed this is so bloody inconvenient for me! Apparently, the hubby tried to retract the complaint after he made it, (maybe some hormonal pregnant woman did find him and punch him ) but it was too late. Its been on the local news and in the local newspaper and everything! (Not in so many words but everyone knew the back story). Its all very small town juicy delicious gossip. There was a news segment interviewing all these poor bewildered pregnant ladies, most of whom were at term when it happened and got a phone call to say their plans weren't going to happen, which must have been very stressful at the last minute. Poor things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phia View Post
    I was on antibiotics-started before and after transfer. 7 day course 100mg doxycycline, methinks!
    @Aok I’m pretty sure I was on the same as @Phia

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    I was on the same as @Phia and @Peninsula Girl for my last transfer, first time though as my previous clinic didn’t do that, I was on them for 5 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalina View Post
    @gorgeousgeorge thanks for sharing all that info about dopplers. I've been toying with the idea of getting one if I make it past twelve weeks but now leaning towards not. I get the impression that they can't tell you if a problem is developing, only if the heartbeat is there or not - so it seems to me they can't ward off a bad outcome, just tell you if it's already happened.
    The only thing they can tell you is if there is a heartbeat or not however you get a reading so can tell if the heartbeat is within the normal range (for your baby). So if it was a lot slower than usual you could (potentially) pick up a problem and haul yourself into hospital for monitoring.
    I just found it reassuring as my baby did not have regular movements. One day he would be crazy the next he could be quiet all day. I think it depends how they are lying in the womb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aok View Post
    Yes it’s meant to be treated with antibiotics,
    I got a script today so will hopefully finish them before AF comes next week,
    I asked my FS about being on antibiotics during transfer and he wasn’t keen on the idea,
    I know many ladies on here have taken them during this time,
    Which ones did you take and did you start them before transfer??
    I wasn’t on any but I know that some doctors prescribe them ‘just incase’. If I were in your situation I think I would keep taking them for at least the 3 courses like you said. That would all be before transfer anyway and if Dr K puts you on them for transfer that is up to him.

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    Congratulations aussiesofftogreece. Fantastic news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    I asked my gp if i could have a script for antibiotics when i did my 3rd de transfer because i wanted to have all bases covered and i had infections before (not sure if it was endometritis but it was something i noticed a few times when i got my period and it just didnt smell the same as usual- eww sorry if thats tmi, but only way i can describe it and wanting to help). He was fine with it and gave me amoxicillin (? Not sure of spelling, i think its a general broad spectrum antibiotic) However i didnt end up taking them because my period just before my transfer was normal and they ALWAYS give me thrush, so i decided i didn't need them or want thrush. GPs can be totally useless and ignorant sometimes, i would ask your greek fs if they are ok with you to take them during transfer and if they say yes, do it.

    Bloody gps, i still cant get one to give me a bloody referal to an obstetrician! My awesome gp who helped me with my de meds left town and the obstetrician in our town is still under investigation because of the affair thing. Its like a story line off Home and Away. If i ever meet the douche bag husband of the womam who had the affair with the obs, as he was the one who lodged a complaint, im gonna punch him in the face for making me and every other pregnant woman in our town have to travel 200km round trip for all our scans, obs appointments and deliveries. I reckon he already owes me about $200 in petrol money, $500 in ultrasound fees and 3 whole days of my life spent travelling where i have to leave Vivi with my mum. The local obs clinic was in my bloody street about 3 blocks away and he did scans for free. I couldnt care less if the obs wanted to have a consensual affair with some other married woman patient of his...although there was a fleeting moment when i felt slightly insulted that he never tried to crack on to me coz he obviously doesn't mind heavily pregnant chickies. 🤣
    Hahaha @gorgeousgeorge your story made me laugh , although I’m sure it’s frustrating and no laughing matter with the amount you’re having to fork out and the inconvenience of it all. I’d be wanting to punch that douche bag of a husband too Glad to see you haven’t lost your sense of humour. Also good to hear all is going well with your pregnancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussiesofftogreece View Post
    Thank so much this is so insightful!! I totally understand what you mean about doing what’s best for your mental health!
    We had our scan today and we have 2 delightful hearts beating away from 2 Seperate sacks.
    We are beyond thrilled!
    I have been measured as 6weeks2 days!
    That’s awesome news @Aussiesofftogreece very thrilled for you keep well

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