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    Default Pregnancy After Long Term TTC ~ July 2006

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    Forum Name:
    State:
    Due:
    Hospital:
    Ultrasound Dates:
    Gender of Baby: Boy / Girl / Surprise
    Baby Name(s) Chosen: Boy - / Girl -
    Baby's Website:
    Time TTC:
    Number of previous pgs:
    Any assistance:
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    Forum Name: Humphrey
    State: NSW
    Due: 3/08/06
    Hospital: North Shore Private Hospital
    Ultrasound Dates: 24th Jan
    Gender of Baby: GIRL
    Baby Name(s) Chosen:
    Baby's Website:
    Time TTC: 14 months for # 2
    Number of previous pgs: 1
    Any assistance: IVF
    Fertility Issues: Endo

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    Forum Name: ness4
    State: QLD
    Due: 24th August 2006
    Hospital: St Vincents, Toowoomba
    Ultrasound Dates: Every 4 Weeks next one at 28 weeks
    Gender of Baby: Don't know
    Baby Name(s) Chosen:
    Baby's Website:
    Time TTC: 3 years
    Number of previous pgs: 2 miscarriages
    Any assistance: 4 AIH, 4IVF, 2FET
    Fertility Issues: No pituitory gland - no natural hormones

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    Forum Name: Magic (Sheree)
    State: Perth WA
    Due: 1st Oct, but c/s 23rd Sept
    Hospital: SJOG Subiaco
    Ultrasound Dates: 17/2/06 8wk (dating scan), 9/5/06 19wk (morphology)
    Gender of Baby: BOY
    Baby Name(s) Chosen: Brady/Jayden - not sure yet
    Baby's Website: not yet
    Time TTC: 3 years #1, 3years #2
    Number of previous pgs: DD (3), EP '05, Chem '05
    Any assistance: Vitex
    Fertility Issues: 4OIs + 4IVFs = DD, 1 OI + 12IVFs =EP & Chem pg. This is a "natural pg"!! One tube, severe endo (12 laps), PCOs, ACA/ANA +ve.

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    Forum Name: AnnaT
    State: WA
    Due: 01.10.06
    Hospital: Mercy Mt Lawley (private)
    Ultrasound Dates: 20 May - morphology
    Gender of Baby: [color=blue]BOY
    Baby Name Chosen: Jett Ryan
    Baby's Website: http://www.babycrowd.com/jr/online/annalou/welcome.html
    Time TTC: 2yrs
    Number of previous pgs: 1 (m/c)
    Any assistance: No
    Fertility Issues: Unexplained

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    Forum Name: SKye
    State: NSW
    Due: 6th October 2006
    Hospital: Nepean Private
    Ultrasound Dates: 8th Feb
    Gender of Baby: Will be finding out!
    Baby Name(s) Chosen: Not sure yet
    Baby's Website: Soon I promise!
    Time TTC: 18 months
    Number of previous pgs: 1 angel May 04, DD 23 months old
    Any assistance: Clomid 8 months, ICSI cycle success 1st go
    Fertility Issues: PCOS & poor swimmers

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    Forum Name: MUMOFONE
    State: QLD
    Due: 4 Nov 2006
    Hospital: Mater Hospital, Townsville
    Ultrasound Dates: Next week (for 7wk scan)
    [b]Gender of Baby:[b]
    Baby Name(s) Chosen: Courtney, Gemma, Brianna, Jarrod, Regan, Andrew
    Baby's Website:
    Time TTC:
    Number of previous pgs: 2 (1 m/c)
    Any assistance: no
    Fertility Issues:

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    Forum Name: Shezabelle
    State: QLD
    Due: 29/12/06
    Hospital: North West Private
    Ultrasound Dates: 8/5/6
    Gender of Baby: if more than one will find out if one surprise
    Baby Name(s) Chosen: Secret
    Baby's Website:
    Time TTC: 24 months
    Number of previous pgs: 1 miscarraige at 8 weeks Aug 05 though stopped progressing much earlier
    Any assistance: This pg IVF. Since Oct 04 clomid x 4 IUI x 3 IVF x 1cancelled due to OHSS FET x 1 IVF BFP!!
    Fertility Issues: PCOS

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    Forum Name: Confusedegg (CHRIS)
    State: NSW
    Due: 13 March 2007
    Hospital: John Hunter Hospital
    Ultrasound Dates: 18 July
    Gender of Baby: Surprise
    Baby Name(s) Chosen: Boy - William-Earle / Girl - Tahlia
    Baby's Website: Under Construction
    Time TTC: 12 years on/off
    Number of previous pgs: 1 EP in 2000, twin girls @ 21 weeks in 2005
    Any assistance: IVF
    Fertility Issues: Right tube removed

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    hello ladies
    just popping in quickly - our boys are doing well and gaining weight Samuel was up 65gm and Joel 90gms... now to get those damn feeding tubes out and get them home and breast feeding.

    Joel is feeding so much better than Samuel - a bright eyed little button and Samuel is a sleepy head not interested much in bottle feeds but takes a few minutes on breast when it suits him.

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    Trish - I am so pleased to hear they are doing well!! Congratulations on a job well done. I look forward to seeing you around a bit more soon.

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    Trish - That's fantastic that Samuel & Joel are doing well. You must be absolutely stoked!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can't wait to see some piccies!!

    Hi to everyone else, I hope you are all keeping well and those precious bubs are growing nicely in your tums.

    We're doing well. Scarlett is putting on weight nicely although being diagnosed lactose intolerant. Poor little thing has really been struggling with tummy pains. I'm continuing to BF as my paedeatrition (sp??) said that it should pass within about four mths or so. As you can imagine though, not getting much sleep at all, averaging about 2 -3 hrs per night (not in a row of course). THink I'm starting to get used to the no sleep factor now, just wish I could do something for her when she's in pain.

    Sorry for not getting on to check in much but I really haven't had the chance re above....lol!!

    Love to all of you and will get back when I can

    Alicia xxxxxxxxxxxx

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    Hi Trish so happy to hear that Samuel & Joel are going so well! It must be amazing to look down & see your two little men on the outside now!
    Have the Dr's given you an indication as to when you may bring them home?

    Oh Ali poor Scarlett!! It is horrible when they are in pain isn't it. You poor thing re no sleep! I don't know how you do it, I hope you have lots of help at home so you can rest.

    Justine not long now!!! You are next how exciting! I can't believe how quickly the time is flying.

    Wow 3rd trimester tomorrow :eek: before I know it bubs will be here. I am starting to worry a bit with how I can share myself between Bailea & the baby. She is getting a bit funny sometimes if I am on the lounge rubbing my tummy. She pulls my hands off my belly & says 'don't touch that baby' I just hope she copes ok when her little bro/sis arrives

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    Wow Trish that is great news re the boys.
    Hi Ali - funny you should mention the sleep deprivation, I was ruminating at 3am this morning about "how am I going to deal with the sleep deprivation". I did 3 hourly feeding with DD for 9 months. Hopefully Scarlett's tummy will settle down sooner than later. Have you thought about getting a second opinion on it though?

    OMG, so it goes Justine, Ness then ME!!!!!! Woohoo.

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    Hi Trish
    Yeah I'm concerned about how DD will cope with lil bro too. I suppose we can only wait until the event. DH doesn't want us saying too much about the lifestyle changes that a new bub will cause to DD, but I feel a need to start to tell her about the crying, and how mummy will need to be shared with the baby......Also DD sleeps through the night once in bed, but we have a "trying" time getting her to stay in her room to get to sleep IYKWIM. I just know that she will be getting up in the middle of the night when I'm trying to feed baby boy.!!

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    So good to see you Trish - I bet you can't wait to have your boys home. It sounds like they are doing well. I hope you are getting some rest between visits to the hospital.

    I've just come back from OB. As I had suspected, bubs has moved up and disengaged out of my pelvis. She's still head down though and hopefully will stay that way. I'm enjoying much less pressure on my bladder and sleeping longer through the night with less pee breaks. So my hopes of a July baby are looking slim - I bet I go over now. Whatever - she'll come out when she's ready.

    I'm also freaking about how DS will cope. He's permanently attached to my leg these days and very possesive of me. I can see some major tantrums happening . Bring it on!!

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    Justine - like you said she will come when she is ready. Not long to go though woohoo. I hate dealing with tantrums at the best of times, let along hormonal during pg and I know I will hate dealing with them when bubs is a newborn - hormonal again....

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    Kar, oh yeah, the wierd preggy dreams are a crackup, my DH used to say ur mad when I'd tell him the dreams, hehe.

    Oh Ali, poor u & poor bub. Hope things clear up soon.

    Oh I thought u were already in 3rd tri Skye, I thought they were 13wks each tri (1-13,14-26,27-40), oh well, congrats again. Hope Bailea comes around.

    Sheree, wow ur due date seems to have crept up hasn't it, how exciting.

    So Justine, not long for u now.

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    OMG Shell really!! Woo hoo if I am! I always thought it started at 28 weeks but I'll take whatever I can get Hope Holly is going well! I bet she is growing up fast.

    My DH is the same Sheree, doesn't say much about bub coming etc but Bai cries when she sees a newborn crying in the shops I am in for a shock I think!

    Justine did Isaac move out of your pelvis as well? When I was induced Bai was transverse. I am hoping this bub moves down a little earlier.

    I have another big scan at 32 weeks to see if my placents is still low. I am hoping it has moved up & out of the way. Have an Ob appt on Monday so we will see what he says I guess.

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    Nope Shell, Skye is right, third tri is 28w, second tri is 12w. They aren't divided evenly

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    First timester is 1-13 weeks, 2nd trimester is 14-26 weeks & 3rd trimester is 27 weeks +

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    Morning ladies

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    Sarah, that's the American definition (typical that they do things differently over there ). Check out Australian sites and you'll see I know that 'trimester' implies divided evenly into three, but that's not the way it was originally worked out, it was more to do with certain stages reached of foetus/placenta development eg once bub becomes a foetus you're in the second trimester.

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    Hi Ladies

    sorry just popped in to see how you all going, not well at moment, will catch up shortly. Have really bad wind pain and cramps. Have had BT today, get results tomorrow. Hope all is just wind. Talk soon.

    Trish Happy to hear your boys are doing very well, pictures are gorgeous.

    Not long before they come home.

    Chris
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    Chris good luck with the bt results today...
    Morning ladies

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    Chris, good luck with the BT (though sure you don't need it)

    Sheree, that is a lovely ticker pic!

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