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Old Nov 16th, 2010, 15:10 PM   71
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Well ive been tracking my periods since June this year and they've been;

28 days
33 days
32 days
34 days
32 days

so fairly consistant...dunno what happend in june though rare! ..but always come on in the afternoon bout 2pm yes pretty regular and quite pain free *lucky* so that should help us (us VR WAGS!) ...at least we're ok!!!

Mine last 2-3 days only which aint too bad i spose always been really short bleeds

Can you imagine if we were doing this and 'we' were a bit iffy too...omg think id have a meltdown



 
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Old Nov 16th, 2010, 15:20 PM   72
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omg yes definatly meltdown ... don't know how some of them do it..
Im pretty regular then...pheww.
I do get bad pains 1st and last day normally, but my hot water bottle sorts it
But the pains are not as bad as before i had my 2 children, OUCH!...
I normally bleed 4-5 days, so your 2-3 days short bleed makes up for your longer cycles lucky you x

i started to get really bad pain in my left side end of last year and i was scanned for ovarian cysts, but all came back clear and was told it was ovulation pain, so that helps with guessing ovulation,but it is always on my left side???.

Did you have easy pregnancies with your boys?
I had a good pregnancy with My son (eldest) but with my daughter i had obstetric cholestasis, which i have the joy of 80% chance 3rd time round too if we are blessed



 
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Old Nov 16th, 2010, 15:35 PM   73
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Did you have easy pregnancies with your boys?
I had a good pregnancy with My son (eldest) but with my daughter i had obstetric cholestasis, which i have the joy of 80% chance 3rd time round too if we are blessed
I just googled this as didnt know what it was....ohhh poor you like 3rd trimester aint bad enough without itchy ness!!! can they control it??

Well.... my 2 pregs;

Text book trimesters... 1st-3rd perfect both times

Except I develop pre eclampsia when labour kicks in BP goes through the roof Had to have 2 emergency c-sections. So my chance of getting this next time around are fairly high! and they will deffo give me a c-section this time around ive no doubt about that, and will hopefully be pre-booked so dont have to go through labour for NO reason!!!! as can never deliver anyway! pointless.

Other than that im ok ohh plus by time i'd be having another baby i'd be 35 so prob classed as a pensioner Mum at the midwifery appoinments further risk



 
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Old Nov 16th, 2010, 15:44 PM   74
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pensioner mum lol.. dont be silly they were all in their 30's/40's when i had my 2 at 20 and 22 lol..
it wasnt nice worried about baby all the time..
i had it diagonsed at 20weeks just after our fam hol

i had to be monitored on those baby heart beat machines twice a week and bloods done at same time, extra scans for growth etc..
and then finally prescribed something called urso for the itching after i scratched 1/2 the skin off my feet

Pre eclampsia owww, a friend of mine had that, not nice!! but at least we can plan ahead ths time and know what to expect or demand lol

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Old Nov 16th, 2010, 15:50 PM   75
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Jesus that sounds awful Sarah you poor f**ker! dunno if can swear on here lol i really feel for you thats just shit! well... fingers crossed you WONT get it again but they hopefully have further advances this time on medication etc than last time? might be more advanced? gawd i hope you dont get that again xxxxxx

yeah pre-eclampsia aint good being honest and if not caught in time can kill mother & baby REALLY quickly. in fact with my second boy, I was 10 days late anyway, bp fine...then labour started at home...by time got to hospital i was 120/150 or the other way around but the numbers were scary stupid!!! i was losing sight almost couldnt see for stars/blackness feel awful...thats when i was immediately pulled to theatre and delivered bubba... its pretty shit! .. so they'd be MAD not to induce me early next time plan a delivery for 38 weeks and be done with it...in fact id demand it!



 
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Old Nov 16th, 2010, 16:01 PM   76
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DO you mind me asking how much the iui costs as my dh has high levels of anti sperms and that would have tobe our next step, we are going to try naturally till march then look at other options. good luck

Not at all. The estimate was for around $1150, but that's without meds. My insurance pays for nothing, though they will cover some of the Clomid and Prometrium (some). They use all different kinds of meds throughout the process and since everyone is different and responds differently, that can change. I think ours with Estradiol, Clomid, and Prometrium ended up being around 1200, but that included all the lab, ultrasounds, exams, and the sperm wash and injection. Also, I had already paid for some of the testing prior to them deciding they were going to do the IUI, we were already about 1200 in (testing, diagnostics, ultrasound, and intial visit, etc.) They told me it may be cheaper some rounds because they might not have to repeat some stuff like lab, and more expensive other rounds. I also should mention I live in Arkansas, and it seems that these procedures are a little cheaper here compared to the national average. When I was trying to find out before I did this, I found the going rate was going to be $800, but that didn't include everything like mine did. Hope this helps, and good luck!!!



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Old Nov 16th, 2010, 16:30 PM   77
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Oh, something else to add about the cost of IUI: If your insurance won't cover infertility treatment, like mine, you can have your regular GYN (if they will) order some of the lab work. They can't order everything, but that can help ALOT with like FSH, LH, Progesterone, etc. My insurance completely covers lab when they order it, but pays zero when the specialist orders it.



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Jesus that sounds awful Sarah you poor f**ker! dunno if can swear on here lol i really feel for you thats just shit! well... fingers crossed you WONT get it again but they hopefully have further advances this time on medication etc than last time? might be more advanced? gawd i hope you dont get that again xxxxxx

yeah pre-eclampsia aint good being honest and if not caught in time can kill mother & baby REALLY quickly. in fact with my second boy, I was 10 days late anyway, bp fine...then labour started at home...by time got to hospital i was 120/150 or the other way around but the numbers were scary stupid!!! i was losing sight almost couldnt see for stars/blackness feel awful...thats when i was immediately pulled to theatre and delivered bubba... its pretty shit! .. so they'd be MAD not to induce me early next time plan a delivery for 38 weeks and be done with it...in fact id demand it!
OMG yours sounds bloody scary too... but like you said " i'll be demanding what i need!!" as we are "older n wiser" & we know what to expect
medicine has prob come on even more (its 5 yrs since)
I could cope with it all it was just uncomfortable especially has summer 2005 was a hot one which made itching worse
You have to be induced early as it can cause stillbirth if left to go into labour naturally xx



 
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Old Nov 17th, 2010, 00:20 AM   79
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You have to be induced early as it can cause stillbirth if left to go into labour naturally xx
Cor bloody scary

Trust us both to get the mother of complications you gotta make light of it, keeps ya sane!

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Old Nov 17th, 2010, 02:39 AM   80
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Well ladies, I thought you should be the first to know - to give you all some hope.
I tested this morning (AF due today) and I can't quite believe it, but I got a !!!!!!!!
So vasectomy reversal CAN work, I hope you all get good results soon too!
Oodles of baby dust for all
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