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Thread: Long Term Assisted Conception - November 2005 - January 2006

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    Hi gals been away a bit.. busy with work.. sorry... shazey thinking of you sweet :hbeat: and i hope a BFP is just around the corner... Hello to all the other lovely ladies out there too....

    I still have this horrible back pain ... AF finished a few days ago but the pain is still lingering.. be glad to have this op and get all this mess cleaned out... DH might even bring me a pressie when i am in hospital...

    take care ladies... love and hugs leis xx


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    Hi, could I please get my details updated.

    Name: MargOZ (Marg)
    State: VIC
    My Previous Cycle Length: 23 - 25 - 31 - 28
    Cycle Type:
    Months of TTC: started process in 2004 & then 2 x DI, 2 x IVF in 2005 - unsuccessful
    Medications: Puregon, Orgalutron, Clomid, Pregnyl
    Important Dates: taking a break until new year
    Extra Info: Fibroids diagnosed & 7 removed Sep 04 - 2 remain.

    Thanks heaps,
    Marg

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    kirsty Guest

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    All updated for you Marg

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    Blue Sky Guest

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    Very quiet in here girls! Hope you're all doing okay.
    Trish - am thinking of you with your scan coming up.
    Cheers
    H

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    What a week! Last Friday my puppy starting shaking, losing her balance and having heaps of muscle twitches. I took her to the vet on Saturday and they suspected something was wrong with her brain. Urine and blood tests were done and all came back clear so she was taken to a specialist yesterday and had a CSF (brain fluid) tap. To cut a long story short, the fluid was clear which means there is no indication of brain inflammation and she can be treated with streroids and hopefully will be back to normal soon. Can I tell you that I have never ever felt so sick to the stomach, helpless and sad as I have over the last week or so. I cried and cried yesterday when I found out she was going to be ok. I'm not religious but I found myself praying to someone, anyone, and asking them to take everything I have to make sure she was ok. It was quite warm here yesterday so at one stage I was praying to the sun god!! I don't think I could handle having babies if I ever have to go through this again. So happy now though and I feel like Christmas has come early. I thought I would have missed out on heaps of news but it's really quiet in here - I hope that means everyone is well but busy buying presents Off to give the pup a smooch and cuddle...

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    Hi Bee,
    Sorry to hear your puppy was not well but am glad she's on the mend!! I know what you mean with the worry - I have 2 dogs, one which seems to always be in the wars! What sort of dog is she?
    Hmmm must try the sun god next cycle...

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    Oh my, Bee ... that poor little thing. What an ordeal. I feel for you too as you know how much I loved Pusster. These little creatures become a part of your life and your family and you love them so it's very difficult to see them ill or in pain.

    I'm so relieved to hear that everything worked out okay in the end though. I hope you have many more happy and healthy years together.

    I notice it has been quiet in here of late. I'm sort of lurking around the forums myself so I know how it is. I know what I'm wishing for all of you for Christmas and the new year. Unfortunately it cannot be wrapped. Hope you are all well and will soon be enjoying a well-earned break.

    Love,

    Mel

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    Hi Ladies

    Oh my Bee, i am so happy your little puppy is doing well.

    I so love dogs, you wil believe that, when i tell you i have 10 of them and can understand when they go through the wars.

    DH and I have 8 greyhound, doberman, lab x ridge x bullmastiff.

    What breed is he/she?

    Give your puppy a hug for me.

    Chris

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    Bee: so glad to hear puppy is doing well. My munchkin (my spoiled cat!) is 16 next year and I can see her starting to slow up a lot now - we've been together for so long I don't know what I'd do without her. Even through this IVF journey, she's always there with a purr when I'm feeling down.

    Chris: you do love dogs! If I had a bigger block I think I would have heaps of dogs and cats (not to mention chooks, a lamb or two, rabbits, etc, etc.....!). Are your greyhounds GAP dogs? I have filled my GAP application in but haven't sent it in yet because of all the IVF 'ups and downs'. But I can't wait to get a grey.

    My next appointment isn't until mid-Feb so I don't really have much news to post but sending lots of :bdust: to everyone still ttc over the next few weeks.

    Marg

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    Blue, Melbo, Chris and Marg, thank you so much for your thoughts. Non-animal people tend to think you are crazy and I am thrilled that you guys understand. Abbey is maltese cross something and is honey brown with black on her face and tail. I know we are all biased about our own pets but I think she is the most beautiful girl in the world . I tried to attach a little photo in my signature but I can't work out how - maybe we can't. As Melbo said, I wish all of you the one thing you want so much for Christmas, and if Santa is too busy then I hope the new year will bring you all good news. I am enjoying my enforced break from cycling which has probably come at a perfect time. I don't know that I could have ever made the decision to have a break because when I get to the end of a cycle I feel like I am wasting time if I don't start again straight away. I feel very positive about starting again in the new year now that I know it is possible. I hope by the time I have some good news all of you are in the "other" forum (IYKWIM). Have a great day!

    PS - Chris, 10 dogs!!!

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    Bee - I'm so sorry to hear your puppy has been so sick, the poor little sausage! But I'm so glad that she is on the mend and will be right as rain. I'm a HUGE animal lover, so I totally hear what you're saying!

    Just FYI, you can't put photos or images in posts, or in your signature. The only things that are allowed are the platinum member avatars, and TTC/Baby tickers. HTH!

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    Thanks Mel. ... 8-[ I'll just leave her on here for a little bit until I get in trouble...

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    Bee- Abbey is a beautiful Furbaby -


    with hope
    Trish

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    Hi Ladies,

    MARGOZ: Dogs have been our life for some time, our dogs are our babies. When you say GAP, are you talking Greyhound Adoption Programme? They are registered for racing with Greyhound Racing Authority in Sydney.

    BEE: You are right.. I know some people that would look at me strange when I put my pets on a pedastool and I don’t care what people think… I think its funny because people will talk about their children openly and we will talk about our dogs, like they are children .. Abbey is just beautiful and I love malteses, if we didn’t have enough now, I would get one. They are easy to walk, they are great company and I hope she is all better now.

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    Bee, what a week for you, pets are like kids, we love them just as much. Most people think that way. It's good to have a pet or two up your sleeve. I know I love mine (personally I'm a cat person, have 2)

    Take care

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    She's very cute Bee, but unfortunately you'll have to remove her from your ticker as we don't allow pictures of animals in the tickers that have photos incorporated as part of the ticker - we are a Conception, PG, Birth and Baby site after all! Hope you understand!

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    pssst! Bee.... that means you're in trouble, in a very nice way though.
    Abbey is very cute

    Poor Mel, must be hard for you when you have to lay down the law - don't envy you that job!!!

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    Ok, I'm officially in trouble now so I'll take her off... 8-[

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