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Old Jul 4th, 2017, 09:14 AM   671
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I got a positive 3 days before af 9dpo but it was very light... Test at 10dpo if u can or 2 days before af xx



 
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Old Jul 4th, 2017, 09:46 AM   672
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Hey Ladies,

Lucy I didn't test at all until I missed my period and even then it was a BFN

I got the faintest of faint lines two days late on an Internet cheapie then did an FRER at 3am the next morning and got a faint line but it was def a positive.

Ohhhh I'm excited for you!! Good luck and keep us posted lovely.

Hope you're well Laura!



 
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Old Jul 5th, 2017, 09:45 AM   673
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Af due on Monday and think I might test on Sunday
But out for dinner on sat night and I don't know if I should drink so I might test sat just incase, not that I will drink a lot, jut a couple glasses of wine



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Old Jul 6th, 2017, 14:33 PM   674
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Aggh I'd love a couple of glasses of red!
I haven't really been craving alcohol but I was a huge red wine drinker - we just had steak for dinner, a red would've gone down amazingly with it!

Good luck with the tests Lucy!! I'll be looking out for your update



 
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How are you both getting on?
Weather is warming up again in London but shouldn't be over 30 which is the perfect temp, esp when on the underground etc!

Received our test results back today - 2 weeks to the day of our Nuchal testing.

We have been classed as low risk which is a relief to hear.

Given i'm 36 years old I was surprised about the Downs risk rating - I just assumed it would be higher risk.... pleasantly surprised!

Risk of Down's: 1 in 9,500
Risk of Trisomy 18: Less than 1 in 50,000
Risk of Trisomy 13: 1 in 10,000

I still haven't located the HB on the Doppler, just my own and the placenta which are both very evident, baby must be hiding or still a little small. Maybe when I'm 16 weeks I might be able to hear.

Oh and booked a gender scan as my husband is too impatient We are going for that on Weds 26th July so not long now!



 
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Old Jul 14th, 2017, 07:21 AM   676
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How are you both getting on?
Weather is warming up again in London but shouldn't be over 30 which is the perfect temp, esp when on the underground etc!

Received our test results back today - 2 weeks to the day of our Nuchal testing.

We have been classed as low risk which is a relief to hear.

Given i'm 36 years old I was surprised about the Downs risk rating - I just assumed it would be higher risk.... pleasantly surprised!

Risk of Down's: 1 in 9,500
Risk of Trisomy 18: Less than 1 in 50,000
Risk of Trisomy 13: 1 in 10,000

I still haven't located the HB on the Doppler, just my own and the placenta which are both very evident, baby must be hiding or still a little small. Maybe when I'm 16 weeks I might be able to hear.

Oh and booked a gender scan as my husband is too impatient We are going for that on Weds 26th July so not long now!
Hi thats fantastic news. My results were 1 in 52,000 for downs. My mum had me at 36 too. Sounds like everything is well for you.

I am still spotting. Midwife has told me to take it easy no exercise etc. Had my 16 week check yesterday. Babies heartbeat was 148 and all seemed ok with me although my blood pressure was 90/60 which i thinks low and would explain the weakness.

My next scan is in 2 weeks and 4 days. Its coming around fast now. Ill only be 19 weeks but hope to have it confirmed to being a boy. How exciting that you have a gender scan soon. Cant wait to hear what you are having.



 
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My period got me 2 days late!!!! Raging!!

So booked in to a private clinic, who has the same dr working that I'm waiting to see on the NHS! Going to get tests done on Monday
This is going to be expensive....



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Old Jul 18th, 2017, 13:30 PM   678
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Good luck Lucy it is awful the nhs waiting times. Private costs so much money but sometimes waiting doesn't feel like an option. How frustrated you must be feeling. Keep us updated cx



 
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Old Jul 19th, 2017, 06:24 AM   679
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3 days late... How bloody cruel!!

So hang on, it's the same Dr!? But on the NHS it would be free. Hmm! But you know, maybe it's best to just roll with it (& not think about the cost &#128556

We actually had signed up to the London clinic - they were having a free info day on IVF etc. But had to cancel our slot as got pregnant that cycle. Wishing and hoping the same for you Lucy!!



 
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Alot of drs work in the nhs and can do private too now its truly falling apart in our county. Even the midwife said Lincolnshire is the worst for the nhs. We have the most basic hospital and everything is 45 minutes away. Sadly private healthcare is probably the best way if people can get the money together xx



 
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