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Old Jan 24th, 2013, 19:59 PM   201
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Renaendel: I'm so sorry to hear this

Turtlemomma: Yeah sometimes it's just required to tell someone. It will be nice to not have the gall bladder attacks or worry about them while you are pregnant. One less thing off the worry plate I hope all goes well for you



 
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Old Jan 25th, 2013, 00:53 AM   202
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Sorry I have not checked in I have been dealing with the doctors office all day. My hcg tests are only showing around 350 so they told me it probably wasn't a viable pregnancy. I am experiencing the first stages of my miscarriage. I will test again in one to two weeks and they expect the hcg to be completely out of my system.

They said I am looking very healthy so we can start again one we are both emotionally ready after the loss. I am excited to get back to charting again, feel kind of weird without it.

I wish you guys all the best and will probably still stalk and cheer you guys on through your nine months.
So sorry to hear this



 
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Turtlemomma I'm thinking of telling work on Tuesday if all goes ok at scan on Monday. I'm mostly worried to say something as 2 of the other teachers have been ttc for months, one for over a year with no luck and now here comes me with a one time whoopsie baby so worried it will not go down well with them and I get on really well with them. I think the head teacher will need to know as from 10wks i will need time off for mw appointments!



 
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Sorry I have not checked in I have been dealing with the doctors office all day. My hcg tests are only showing around 350 so they told me it probably wasn't a viable pregnancy. I am experiencing the first stages of my miscarriage. I will test again in one to two weeks and they expect the hcg to be completely out of my system.

They said I am looking very healthy so we can start again one we are both emotionally ready after the loss. I am excited to get back to charting again, feel kind of weird without it.

I wish you guys all the best and will probably still stalk and cheer you guys on through your nine months.
So so sorry, sending big hugs



 
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I have no idea how I'm going to survive tonights night shift. I stayed up till 3am so I could sleep in today but DH woke me up rooting around in the loft (looking to see what stuff we still have babywise - did it when I was in bed to surprise me - Aww) but now I've been awake since 9.30am with only 6 hours sleep and don't start work till 9pm and won't get home till 10am tomorrow after driving 65 miles home on zero caffeine! Grr!



 
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Renaendel - So sorry for your loss.



 
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Noo - men's attempts at being useful are often not as useful as they think



 
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Noo - men's attempts at being useful are often not as useful as they think
I know! Though I do know we still have a working steriliser and baby monitors Plus about 8 bin liners of clothing but no idea what sizes etc as I refuse to go through them just yet.

I need to stop peeing on sticks. I'm obsessed and paranoid the lines are going to fade. I just need them to tell me now to stop it... Next time I pee on one I want it to scream at me that it's had enough of my pee and to keep it to myself!



 
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Hello

I am 4 weeks 5 days preggo as a Surrogate.

Found out 8 & 3/4 dpo (3 3/4 days past IVF transfer)

We transferred two embryos, so we're hoping for twinnies.

1st Beta at 17dpo was 813, just had my blood drawn for a follow up, and we're looking for a doubling number



 
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I wish we did BETAs as routine. I'd love to see mine doubling though I make do with peeing on sticks and seeing them get darker! Must stop peeing on sticks!



 
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