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Thread: LTTTC & Assisted Conception ~ February 2006 #2

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    Hi there lovely ladies, here we are in 2006 & I hope that for you all it is a great year to be had.

    If there are any details you would like changed or added to this list could you please email any of the following Moderating/Admin team for this forum:-

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    And we will endeavour to update your details ASAP. We find this works best as often information posted in the thread itself can be lost or unseen.


    Name -
    State -
    My Previous Cycle Length -
    Cycle Type -
    FF Link -
    Months of TTC -
    Medications -
    Important Dates -

    Current from 24/01/06

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    Name - Amanda
    State - ACT
    My Previous Cycle Length - 27
    Cycle Type - AIH (second cycle)
    Months of TTC - 23 (incl. m/c) - 18 since
    Medications - Blackmores pre-natal multi; puregon; pregnyl
    Important Dates - BFP

    Name - Ann
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - 38 - 28
    Cycle Type - Natural
    Months of TTC - 41
    Medications - Nil
    Important Dates -

    Name - Anney
    State - VIC
    My Previous Cycle Length - 26 - 25
    Cycle Type - Natural
    Months of TTC - 27
    Medications - chinese herbs
    Important Dates -
    Reasons for Infertilty: aged 43

    Name - Baby~amore`(Trish)
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - 26 - 26 - 26 - 24 - 26 - 22
    Cycle Type - down reg IVF #2
    Months of TTC - 12 with #2, 12 years with#1
    Medications - Elevit, CoQ10, Synarel 13/10. Puregon 250iu 28/10
    Important Dates - BFP +HPT 23/11; +BETA 23/11
    Reasons for Infertilty: R salpingectomy 29/6/05, unknown subfertility
    IVF #1 and FET #1 unsuccessful

    Name - Bee
    State - Vic
    My Previous Cycle Length – Non existent
    Cycle Type - Down Reg
    Months of TTC - 3 years
    Medications - About to start Down reg cycle
    Important Dates -
    Extra Information - No AF since stopping pill in 2002, otherwise "unexplained" infertily

    Name - Bin123
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - range from 27 - 40 days, last cycle 27
    Cycle Type - Clomid (day 2-6) and Metformin
    Months of TTC - 20
    Medications - Clomid and Metformin
    Important Dates - 15 Dec Sydney IVF appt.

    Name - BlueSky
    State - VIC
    My Previous Cycle Length - 37 - 21 - 38 - 30 -45
    Cycle type - month off then HRT FET
    Months of TTC - Many
    Medications -
    [b]Important Dates -
    Reason for Infertility - PCOS, DH abnormal morphology

    Name - Cazzoom
    State - VIC
    My Previous Cycle Length - 31 - 54 - 31 - 32 - 80ish
    Cycle type - Natural hoping for a miracle cycle
    Months of TTC - 108 - 9 years almost 1 month
    Medications - None
    Important Dates - None

    Name - Confusedegg (Chris)
    State -NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - Irregular
    Cycle Type - FET #1
    Months of TTC - 12 years (with 2 year break)
    Medications - Primolut N, Estrogen, Prog pessaries
    Important Dates - FET 1/12

    Name - Deirdre (Didge)
    State - Victoria
    My Previous Cycle Length - 27 - still going
    Cycle Type -
    FF Link -
    Months of TTC - 59 (inc. m/c 24/02/04)
    Medications - blackmores pregnancy multivitamins
    Important Dates - BFP- Beta - New Years Day
    Reason for infertility - Endo; right tube removed 16/06/05

    Name - Leisa (firemansgirl)
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - 28 - 30 - 28 - 28
    Cycle Type - natural
    FF Link -
    Months of TTC - 23
    Medications - None
    Important Dates - Dr Micheal Cooper 11th Jan, pre op appointment & Sharkeys Fertility Clinic appt 28th Dec
    Reasons for infertility - Adhesions (endo type)....

    Name: Mrs Mac (Shannon)
    State: VIC
    My Previous Cycle Length: 33, 30, 33, 27, 56 (laperoscopy cycle), 23
    Cycle Type: Natural
    FF Link:
    Months of TTC: 43
    Medications: clomid
    Important Dates:

    Name - Rose
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - 30
    Cycle Type - IVF#2 (ICSI #1)
    FF Link -
    Months of TTC - 49
    Medications - lucrin, puregon, pregnyl
    Important Dates - ET 3/1/06
    Reasons for Infertility - endo, blocked left tube.

    Name - SamT
    State - NT
    My Previous Cycle Length - 28, 28, 31
    Cycle Type - Natural
    FF Link -
    Months of TTC - 16
    Medications - Elevit
    Important Dates - Laps to remove Endo 07/01 & 11/05

    Name - Sari
    State - VIC
    My Previous Cycle Length - 28
    Cycle Type - Natural
    FF Link -
    Months of TTC - 36 (30 natural, 6 Clomid&IUI)
    Medications - Microgynon
    Important Dates - Feb/March 06 - IVF

    Name - Shezabelle
    State - QLD
    My Previous Cycle Length - 28 - 29 - 42 - 29 - 56 - 36 - 62 (m/c) - 45 - 28 - 40 - 28 - 28
    Cycle Type - FET
    Months of TTC - 22
    Medications - Folic Acid, Prognova 6mg daily Metformin 500mg twice a day Progesterone pessaries 3/day
    Important Dates - Beta 15/02/06
    Reason for Infertility - PCOS

    Name - Skye
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length -29, 30, 29, 31
    Cycle Type - prep for ICSI
    Months of TTC - DD ~ 15mths, #2 ~ 18mths
    Medications - Synarel twice daily, puregon injections
    Important Dates - BT 9/01; US 11/01; EPU 16/01; ET 18/01
    Reasons for Infertilty- PCOS, DH's boys are sluggish!

    Name - Starbright
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - 28 - 26 - 29 - 27
    Cycle Type - ICSI
    FF Link -
    Months of TTC - 36
    Medications - nil
    Important Dates - 7th December

    Name - suzy
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - 30
    Cycle Type - IVF
    Months of TTC - 24
    FF Link -
    Medications - blackmores pregnancy and bf formula
    Important Dates - Downregging on Synarel 16/12; Appointment 03/01. 187.5 Gonal F and EC week beginning 10/01

    Name - *TAM* Tammie
    State - WA
    My Previous Cycle Length - varies
    Cycle Type - HRT FET
    Months of TTC - 2.5yrs ~ DD; 3yrs #2; AC ~ 1yr
    Medications - 3mg Progynova
    Important Dates - BT 31/01/06

    Name - Teagan
    State - NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length - Irregular 31 - 27 - 44
    Cycle Type - DI (Natural insemination)
    Months of TTC - several naturally, 2mths AC
    Medications - Elevit
    Important Dates - DI 29/11; 30/11

    Name - Zap (Racheal)
    State - Vic
    My Previous Cycle Length - 28 - 28
    Cycle Type - Natural
    FF Link -
    Months of TTC - 16
    Medications - None
    Important Dates - Late November - seeing fertility doc

    Name: lil_chookie
    State: VIC
    My Previous Cycle Length: 46
    Cycle Type:
    FF Link:
    Months of TTC: 60
    Medications: All natural - multivitamins, folate & inner health only. Try to stick to the Candida diet as much as possible.
    Important Dates:

    Name: Shell
    State: VIC
    My Previous Cycle Length: 28
    Cycle Type: natural
    FF Link:
    Months of TTC: 18 cycles - 16 months
    Medications: vitex
    Important Dates:

    Name:Anna
    State: WA
    My Previous Cycle Length: 30
    Cycle Type: natural after m/c
    FF Link:
    Months of TTC: 18+ months
    Medications: none as yet, Dr is thinking Clomid if we haven't fallen pg in the next 4mths
    Important Dates:

    Name: Jane
    State: WA
    My Previous Cycle Length: 28 - still waiting for this one
    Cycle Type: 1st cycle of puregon/ pregnyl
    FF Link:
    Months of TTC: about 20mths now
    Medications: puregon/ pregnyl started Dec 2005
    Important Dates:

    Name: j_girl (Jane)
    State: VIC
    My Previous Cycle Length: 30
    Cycle Type: Natural
    FF Link:
    Months of TTC: 20
    Medications: Elevit, Naturopathic herbal mix
    Important Dates: IVF appointment 28 Feb

    Name: sararms (shonagh)
    State: Berkshire ~ UK
    My Previous Cycle Length: 28
    Cycle Type: natural (at the moment)
    FF Link:
    Months of TTC: 20
    Medications: none
    Important Dates: Jan 3rd appt with consultant to discuss failed FET

    Name: Tiamiami (Tam)
    State: Florida
    My Previous Cycle Length: 32-31-30
    Cycle Type: Medicated
    FF Link:
    Months of TTC: 3yrs
    Medications: clomid 100mg; gonal f once; now doing Bravelle & Clomid together
    Important Dates: will be the first BFP to be



    Name: Cherie (Inspiration)
    State: QLD
    My Previous Cycle Length: 28-34-31-44-58-82-59-27
    Cycle Type: CLomid (days 2-6)
    FF Link: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/cherie
    Months of TTC: 14
    Medications: Clomid, folate, EPO, zinc
    Important Dates:
    Reasons for Infertility: PCOS, DH obligospermia & abnormal morphology

    Name: Daisy (Vicki)
    State: NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length: hardly have a cycle
    Cycle Type: IVF ICIS Jan/ Feb
    FF Link:
    Months of TTC: 56
    Medications: Tyroxine, Metformin
    Important Dates: Jan 19th BT for confirmation to start injections
    Reasons for Infertility: PCOS, plus DH has poor swimmers. 3 IVF ICIS egg collection cycles. 1 frozen egg cycle. From those 2 BFP's both ending in m/c's.

    Name: Mrs Maloo (Jen)
    State: NSW
    My Previous Cycle Length: 30
    Cycle Type: IUI
    FF Link:
    Months of TTC: 18
    Medications: Puregon/ Pregnyl
    Important Dates: Insemination 24/01/06
    Reasons for Infertility:

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    ROLE CALL FOR IVF/IUI CYCLES:

    December OPU/Transfers/AIH/FET


    Confusedegg
    Didge (Deidre)




    January OPU/ Transfers/ AIH/ FET

    Skye dust:





    FebruaryOPU/ Transfers/ AIH/ FET

    ~Angel Baby's Mum~ :bdust:
    *Tam* dust:

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    Hi there lovely ladies, old thread is here

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    Me First Me First Me First!!!!!!!

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    Mods can I be added to role call with sticky vibes please xoxoxox

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    I am feeling pretty gutted at the moment. I just had an appt with the gynae for review.

    She told me that the blood tests indicated that I didn't ovulate this cycle (on Clomid). Also, my husbands's repeat sperm analysis showed low concentration, low motility and high number of abnormalities. She said with his results that it would be extremely unlikely for us to be able to conceive without IVF. So, she's given me a prescription for provera to bring on AF, and 100mg Clomid (since the 50mg wasn't doing the trick) to see if I ovulate. But she's also given me a referral to an IVF specialist (Dr Bob Watson). I sobbed the entire way home in the car, and now I have a headache (which I always get after crying hard).

    To make it worse, the receptionist at the gynae's (who, by the way, is very nice and very friendly) said to me 'well, you just need to relax and then it will happen' :fuming: How ridiculous. Do you think I would be seeing a specialist if I just needed to relax. I'd go to a bloody health farm :evil:

    I am just feeling so so sad We can't afford IVF at the moment. We've only just taken out private health insurance, and won't be eligible for anything until December this year, so now I'm facing a whole year of waiting (makes the TWW seem tiny!). Before I knew I had fertility problems, DH and I had always talked about having a big family, because I grew up in a big family and loved the feeling of love and support of having lots of siblings. We were planning on 4-6 kids. Now, it seems like it's going to be a struggle just to have 1.

    How do you keep going on when the life you foresaw for yourself doesn't eventuate. I can't keep going working in my job for the rest of my life. It has no meaning for me. It might seem like I'm jumping the gun, but I'm struggling imaging a life where I may never have children, and I don't think I could handle it. I'm just so so sad, and I don't know what to do to make it feel any better.

    Sorry for being a sad sack guys ... but I really just needed to vent to someone.

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    Oh Cherie I know how you feel. It is so disheartening when an already sucky situation takes a turn, however I am here to tell you these is one shining light in all of this... Bob Watson.. he is my specialist and an absolute sweetheart. He will help you. My sister saw him and she has 18month old twins and has since fallen pg naturally due in May.
    I know it sucks but don't lose hope. Maybe we will cross paths at Bobs office. BTW I'm Sheree too!!!!!

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    Hi!

    Cherie - I am sorry to hear you are feeling so down. It really makes you feel terrible when you think that you might not be able to have what you have always dreamed of. I am sending you big hugs :hugs: It looks like we might be riding the IVF bandwagon together!

    Shez - I hope all those symptoms are wrong .......sometimes I wish I were a boy - it would be so much easier, they don't have to try and interpret wacky things their bodies are doing!!

    I am off to the specialist myself next week to organise a referral for IVF, and then we have the lovely task of asking my dh's work to transfer us to Darwin so we can actually do the IVF (we live in the sticks currently). The thought of having to share something so personal with his bosses freaks me out, but what can you do?

    Love & hugs Sam xox

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    Cherie I am so sorry to hear about your news. It is devistating and it will take time to come to terms with but there are many of us in the same boat. Try not to focus too much on what might be, none of us know what is in store yet and your new IVF specialist sounds like he comes well recommended.

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    Cherie, I totally understand where your coming from!! You feel like your heart keeps getting broken. You feel like there won't be any light at the end of the tunnel. Vent as much as you need. Get it all out of your system. I can assure you, my DH has had about enough of me today! I feel AF is coming so I'm setting myself up for failure and he just doesn't get it. I told him I just want you to be there but don't talk because when he tells me "relax, it's going to be ok"..I feel like hurting him! I keep telling him actions speak louder than words... I'll [-o< for you tonight!

    Sheree, to be quite honest I don't know when they are coming anymore they are seriously all over the joint. AF came on the 11th of last month. Had transfer on the 1st of this month and getting tested on the 10th. I feel like they are going to come tonight! I'm just sick of this crap! I want GOOD news!! We all deserve some GOOD news soon!!

    Sam, wishing you all the best for next week! Telling the bosses could be a good thing in giving your DH enough time of work to go with you to your appointments. And your right, I'm coming back as a boy in my next life!!

    xxx

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    Hey girls, I don't know that I officially belong in this thread as not TTC right at this moment (not by choice) but have been TTC #1 for just on 12mths. Have been following posts recently and felt i had to reply to Cherie's last vent. I soooo know how you feel and as the other girls have mentioned you are definitely not on your own. Life just seems so cruel to those who deserve better. There is not one woman in this thread that will not make a fabulous mum and yet we are all being denied what should be a fairly simple, natural wish. Not that I deny anyones right to have children, its just that some people do not realise how lucky they are or perhaps really appreciate the true miracle of pregnancy/birth - I am REALLY losing my patience hearing whinging over m/s, the sex of their baby or recently, great distress over the expected star sign of an as yet unborn baby!!!
    So to Cherie and all of you great ladies -we WILL do this together, we WILL all be holding bubs in arms some time soon.
    As for my story, I will try and keep it brief but I hope to join in here properly soon so i will share now.Also need to keep myself busy tonight as going in for surgery tomorrow and quite anxious.
    Went off the pill this time last year -several months later still no AF. Saw my GP who did premliminary tests and gave me refferal to specialist. By the time I could get in to see specialist I had actually had an AF so I cancelled thinking I would be wasting her time. 6-8 weeks later only had a very brief, odd AF so rebooked appt. By the day of appt had actually started a more "normal" AF. Dr thought i just had unexplainable anovulation so was started on Clomid 25mg that same day and booked for follicle/general scan 9 days later. Had never had a scan before but being a vet am familar with ultasounds and did think something was odd quite quickly -am floored when the scanner asks if i could possibly be pg as I have a sac measuring 4w 2 d plus an active corpus Luteum!! Turns out I was pg even prior to the Dr visit but the amazing joy turned to hell 2 weeks later when I discovered I was going to m/c. My body was not prepared to let go easily so ended up needing D&C.
    I was devastated but jumped back on the proverbial rollercoaster to try again. 2 rounds of clomid later with higher dose and pregnyl tirgger we got another BFP. Was so excited this time around as everything was just so perfect -great HCG/prog levels which were rising fabulously and I started to feel all the pg symptoms by 5-6 weeks. Scan at 7 weeks was one of the worst days of my life -baby was the right size and everything but no heartbeat and lots of bleeding around the sac. Had my second D&C on new years eve !! Was near hysterical for a few days and still an emotional wreck weeks later . Since then have never fully recovered -needed another D&C 11/1/06 (up to no 3 now!) due to retained placenta, was on three antibiotics and have had so many blood tests I can't keep track. Found out last week that the baby was a little girl and genetically normal (chromosome analysis) so the problem all lies with ME! Jeez, the burden of resposibilty we woman have in regard to reproduction is really hitting me at present. So, anyway, (sorry have just realised how much I have been rambling on) am going in for the complete "look around" tomorrow -laparoscopy/hysteroscopy/dye studies etc. Hopefully they will fix anything that needs fixing but i guess they may find nothing and I will just have to accept the unexplainable again.
    Regardless, I am desperately hoping that soon after this we can at least start TTC again so I can be doing something positive. Will probably be onto puregon/pregnyl injections next time which doesn't bother me too much. i have realised now that I would go through just about any physical suffering myself so long as there is a baby at the end of it!!
    So, so sorry, have really rambled on but I tend to do that when nervous. Hope I can chat with you all again soon about more exciting prospects. Good luck to everyone for upcoming testing/BDing or treatments.

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    Meredith I just read your post and thought I had better share something with you.

    I read an article in UK medical journal which suggested that women who suffer from recurrant miscarriage, should have a significant break of about 6 months before even trying again, to make sure the body is in the best possible condition eady for pregnancy. the miscarriage is traumatic for the body and the uterus needs time to recover and then get back to a condition good enough for supporting a pregnancy.

    Me personally, I would probably be like you, desperate to try again as soon as possible, but I thought I'd share that with you, as I found it interesting.

    BTW a friend of mine had a m/c at 13 wks and waited nearly a year before getting pregnant again. She tried hard for the last 6 months of that time and did have a 6 month break, she now has a 15 month old girl, so you see there is hope for you

    Good luck with your op, I hope it goes well and you get some answers [-o<

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    Meredith - good luck with the lap today. I had one on Friday last week and they are a good thing to have out of the way. I was lucky that my tubes were clear and everything inside the uterus looks OK I just had pesky old endo removed again. Miscarriage is heartbreaking, I had one almost two years ago now and I was just on the phone to my sister who I am very close to who has just started to miscarry at 9 weeks, she had been in accident and emergency all night and is now heading off for an ultrasound, poor thing. She had another at the end of October last year so she is having a terrible run. I'm sitting here like a useless fool as she lives 2 hours away and I cant drive to see her or do anything to help.

    Cherie - how are you feeling today? I hope your headache went away and that you had a good nights rest, it's hard isn't it?

    I hope everyone else is going well

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    Question: Has anyone undergone microinjection thru IVF and what is the success rate. RE: abnormalities etc.

    I have a very close friend who is just starting her first round of IVF using microinjection and I told her i would ask you wonderful ladies to see if i could get some general info

    I have also told her about this site and she may even join.

    Thanks guys.

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    Hi special child,

    I have been hovering around this thread but haven't joined in before but thought I'd put my two bobs in re "special child's" question for her friend. Do you mean ICSI when you talk about microinjection? If so, we have just completed our second IVF round using ICSI for the first time, where they microinject the sperm into the eggs. Even though I had endometriosis removed a few years ago and DH and I had been on an all natural fertility diet for a year we still hadn't conceived, so we thought we'd give IVF a go. Because we were so healthy we were sure that IVF would be the answer to our prayers. However on our first round of the 15 eggs they extracted from me, absolutely none fertilized. Zip, zilch, zero... we couldn’t believe it. And to make matters worse they called it unexplained infertility - in others words, they could find nothing wrong with our eggs and sperm, they just didn't seem to like each other very much. Anyway, with much fear and trepidation we embarked on our second round of IVF and this time we used ISCI. Lo and behold of the 16 eggs they retrieved all of which were injected with a single sperm, eight fertilised. We were stoked. We had been given our hope back. Anyway, I am now in the TWW with two little embies hopefully burrowing away in side me. Hopefully it will be a BFP on Feb 17 but if not, I still have some little frozen embryos of hope awaiting my next round. So I would recommend ICSI to anyone because even though I can't vouch for the end result I feel SO much better than even a glimmer of hope has been restored.

    In regards to statistics of success rates and abnormalities, the clinic I am with, Fertility First in Sydney say that the success rate is the same as with a normal IVF cycle and as these statistics all seems to differ from clinic to clinic and age group to age group, I have given up listening to statistics. I figure as long as there is hope it's worth a shot! The one thing you do tend to hear is that they can't confirm the reproducitive health of ICSI children but there is no conclusive evidence that it has anything to do with ICSI and it may just be a genetic thing that the child inherits from the parents, who are after all obviously infertile.

    I hope this helps. I'm sure your friends clinic can give her more details on statistics etc but if she's anything like me she probably forgets to ask all the important questions when she's at the clinic and gets home and thinks, what about this? What about that? That's why I love bellybelly!

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    Just thought I would drop in and let you know that the wicked witch AF reared her ugly head today... one word to explain how I'm feeling and that is DEVASTED!

    Spoke to the clinic and they still want me to come in for my blood test on Friday to check my hormones. Right now, I don't know if I can emotionally and physically go through this again... whens enough, enough?!?!

    I haven't stopped crying...why why why!!

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    Patient Rose: Thank you so much for sharing your experience with me I will def pass it on to My Friend. And Best of luck for a BFP in a couple of weeks time. Will be looking forward to seeing you post in the Preggy ark.

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    Starbright. Believe me I know exactly how you are feeling right now. And yes when is enough enough. The pain never seems to end until we have the much wanted and awaited babies in our arms and it seems so so far out of reach. Hon, I dont know you but want you to know that you are definetly not alone. Keep trying and you will get the much awaited Dream that is deep down in your heart. Thinking of you.

    Best of luck with the rest of your ttc journey.

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    Dear Starbright.... I'm so sorry.
    I understand how devastated you're feeling - I'm sure many of us here do...and yet your pain probably feels like no-one else's right now.
    I too wonder about when is it time to call it quits. Your heart will guide you.
    Just found out a very good friend is pregnant again. Been off BC for 2 months! I thought I'd feel gutted, but I'm actually really happy for them....does make me think, what have I done to deserve this roller coaster of some almost 2 years now......

    Please take care everyone. I posted this elsewhere, but thought I'd share it here... I read this in a fortune cookie on Chinese New Year day - "Faith makes all things possible. Love makes all things easy. Hope makes all things work"....after which, my second fortune cookie (because I'm greedy!) said" Your plans are going to succeed".

    Let's hope!

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