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#26 2forSuz

Posted 08 September 2005 - 09:46 AM

Thanks for the welcome everyone.  Mergie (or JB if you are taking over the list) - my EDD is 31/3/06.

Hi Lisa and welcome.  Sorry to read about your recent loss, I hope everything goes well with TTC again!  

I'm stressing out a bit at the moment, thinking I should just book a CVS to put my mind at risk.  I'm having the nuchal scan/blood test on 20 Sept (will be 12.5 weeks then) but worrying that by the time the results are back I will be too late for CVS.  If there were something wrong I would want an early termination rather than a late one - heartbreaking either way I know, but I don't think I could cope with a late one. Wish I could put these thoughts out of my mind, it is stopping me from enjoying this pg so far.

How many of you just went with the nuchal scan/blood test, or straight to CVS?  

37, DS 11/01

#27 Bloomer

Posted 08 September 2005 - 01:44 PM

We went straight to the CVS both times, They don't need any more of our money.  We were reasonably sure about what we would do.  I am just really glad I didn't have to follow through with that decision. Like you I wanted the decision over and done with early.

regards, Cathy

#28 wishingstar

Posted 09 September 2005 - 09:39 AM

Welcome Lisa, glad you are joining us.  Sorry to read of your loss.
2forSuz,  I just did the nuchal fold and bloods, was happy with the result so left it at that.  Good luck with what you decide. Gotta fly, a huge palm tree just fell down in my back yard!! EEEKK.

#29 Mergie

Posted 09 September 2005 - 08:02 PM

Hidey Ho

Lisa - Welcome to the fold.  I'm really sorry to read about your loss. Good luck on your ttc journey.

Wishingstar - How's the bahama's looking in your backyard?  I hope there wasn't any damage. How's Amy settling?

Sue - I was 39 turning 40 when I had DS.  I didn't have the nuchal scan or any bloods I just went straight for the amnio.  From memory it was done at around 16 weeks and I remember it being the longest period of my life.  If, I mean when I fall again I will opt for the amnio.   I know there's a risk involved and it's taking us soooooo long to fall pg again but it's a risk I'm willing to take. Thanks for the EDD it will be updated soon.

MiracleMum - I know what you mean, I started to type my posts in word and then copy it across when the same thing kept happening to me. It's a b*tch though, I agree.

Cathy - Wow you're getting really close.  Looking forward to hearing all about your birth soon.

Nothing much happening here.  My Dr hasn't replied to my email, don't know if he's too busy or not going to bother.  I'll hassle him next week if I haven't heard.  I got a negative OPK yesterday morning then had major O pains during the day so did another one around 6pm last night and it was positive.  You'll never guess what I was up to last night!!lol.  That puts me in the 2ww again, no idea how it will go but always hopeful.

Have a great weekend everyone.

ME 43
DH 42
DS 2 & 9mo (clomid)
TTC#2 Sep 03
M/C Nov 03
6 Clomid cycles BFN's
Surgery for Endo Dec '04
2 x O/I
Ceased AC Jun '05
"If it happens it happens"

#30 Snagglepussed

Posted 10 September 2005 - 07:00 AM

Sue - If I were you I woudln't fo the CVS only for age!
I did and I regret it!
Nothing untoward happened and I got great results nad found out that Alessia was indeed another girl YET it was the most horrific, horrbile yucky experience I could ever face. Bleagh!
Just the feeling of that needle going and shafting backwards and forwards to get the sample. Not being liquid as such it was the weirdest yuckiest feeling and YES, it hurt. Not labour hurt but enough to put me off EVER having another again!

My placneta was low and anterior so the needle went it really at PUBE level and that in itself was pretty foul!

However, only YOU and hubby can make that decision!

Well on that note, I better get outta here before you lynch me! ;p


Rebecca Jade - 18/07/01
Alessia Ann - 16/11/04

#31 Banana-Peel2

Posted 10 September 2005 - 11:24 AM

Welcome Sue and best of luck with your TTCing Lisa.

Sue - I think it is a personal choice, so can only say what I have done.  I was pregnant with DD at 36 and had an NT scan and am now pregnant again at 39 and had another NT scan.  Both have turned out to be low risk and that's enough for me.  If I got bad results at the NT scan stage I would have considered having an amnio.  I have never considered an CVS as an option.

DD - 2
Blobby - Due Feb 06

#32 SLJ

Posted 10 September 2005 - 03:02 PM

Hi All

JB - How'd the 'snip' go hope all is well.

LisaC65, 2forsuz, mum23boys - Welcome one and all!

2forSuz - We had the NTscan/bloods done, got very good odds even though we know that good odds are not conclusive, we decided against any further tests.

Mergie - Fingers crossed for 'whatever' you were doing...lol

hope every one else is feeling well.

Me - well not a lot to report, just saw my ticker and had a mild panic attack....48 days left..
:gasp: I'm starting to feel it more now, get very breathless and faint feeling if in a stuffy atmosphere, makes shopping a pain....lol Starting to get very tired too, so have to slow down more.
Otherwise, all is well, have been attending antenatal classes for a few weeks, we are touring the hospital and birth suites this week, and a midwives appointment on Tuesday.
Very tired today, have had storms here the last two nights, thunder starts around 9 or 10 and continues until 3 or 4 am, so haven't been getting much sleep. wish I could sleep like DP, he only heard the last clap of thunder, slept through all the others!  lol
Think a nap is in order!

Stay Strong! Think Positive!


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#33 Bloomer

Posted 12 September 2005 - 02:27 PM

wow JB Mergie and I all August 13 or 14..leos  must be in our star signs to have later babies.

Still waiting been off the air since Friday due to Ozemail or whoever they are these days.  Haven't been feeling that great as DH bought home a cold Ithink we got it in Brisbane not Korea which would be a bit of a worry.  The combination of pregnancy and my first cold in quite a few months is making me really tired.  Part of me wants this to be over the other part says no wait my OB is away for the next few weeks.  I would like him to be here I don;t really know his replacement other than he threw me in hospital the day I say him last time at 28 weeks ( bp decided to go up that day he was an hour late).

Need to go and sort out some washing and clean up some painting mess from Grace. not long to go now.

regards, Cathy

#34 MiracleMum

Posted 13 September 2005 - 02:06 PM

I've recovered but I still can't remember what I wrote yesterday let alone a week ago.  However, how are you all?  I'm just trying to get that tongue snipping out of my mind.  DH and I had already agreed that anything yucky to be done to child, he looks after.  I don't have the stomach for it.  Unusual when I have a rather high pain threshold and nothing phases me too much, but a little baby.... EEEKKKK!

Mergie - hi there, you sound rather chipper!  Good for you, spring is here and summer's on it's way.  Now I've taken your advice and I'm typing this in notepad because I can keep it in a small window and read everyone's posts underneath.  Good luck in the 2ww by the way!

Lisa - hi to you.  I think you were in my Due in February?  Welcome to the oldies.  banana-peel posts here from our February group also which is great because that group is so big!  Can't keep up with everyone.  I responded to you back then re your loss.

2forSuz - welcome to you also.  To think the thread was in danger of folding and all of a sudden, there's more oldies.  As for testing, my OB advised to go straight for an amnio at 16 weeks which is way past what you're comfortable with I know.  I had a single blood test before I M/C.  We didn't want to play a numbers game earlier and have to make a heartbreaking decision.  At 16 weeks, there's a definite yes or no and I guess that was what we were more comfortable with?

wishingstar - good lord!  How's the back yard?

SLJ - hope you're making sure you get plenty of rest.

Cathy - only 19 days to go, wow!

Will report another time maybe tomorrow but hello to all I've missed and speak to you soon.


MM 43
DH 32
M/C Pumpkin 7/07/05 9.5 wks

#35 Mergie

Posted 15 September 2005 - 10:13 PM

Hi there

Just popping in for a quickie

Nothing to report. I've had o like cramps for a week now which is odd!!

We're off to a 40th this weekend.  It's fancy dress to the tune of the 70's and 80's.  I've picked myself up a bright pink skirt suit with silver sequins, very dashing, from the OP shop.  We've booked a weekend away over the Grand Final weekend.  Just the 3 of us which should be wonderful. AF is due the Sat we leave, hopefully she doesn't show and we have a cause for celebration.

Take care all, have a great weekend.

ME 43
DH 42
DS 2 & 9mo (clomid)
TTC#2 Sep 03
M/C Nov 03
6 Clomid cycles BFN's
Surgery for Endo Dec '04
2 x O/I
Ceased AC Jun '05
"If it happens it happens"

#36 wishingstar

Posted 16 September 2005 - 11:15 AM

Mergie, the party sounds great!  Love dressing up for parties!  

Welcome all newbies to this thread.  Just a quickie from me, the saga of the fallen palm tree continues,  got a "tree man"to come and remove a few others that looked a bit dodgey...expensive or what!!  Add to that...my car battery decided to cark it yesterday...why do these things happen all at the same time?
Amy is just gorgeous, except last night she kept me up for 3 hours, she fed and decided to whinge and cry until she finally settled.  during the day shes great, feeds and sleeps straight away, but nights are a different story.  Any hints girls?  
Anyway, enough dribble for one day, will check in again soon, coz theres a couple of bubs not far away now!!

#37 Bloomer

Posted 16 September 2005 - 12:05 PM

WishingStar - Oh!! how much I forget..  I am sure I had that problem but can't remember how we stopped it.

Mergie - Have a great time.

Getting very close now, saw the OB(locum) this morning and mentioned they may induce this one early due to size but as it is not engaged at all they are not sure how they would get it out, so they'll leave it for now..  BP is still holding out and no Drs visits until next week so I figure I have until at least next Thursday. Uncomforatble and Tired..  May all those trying feel like this soon...

Have a sick very spoilt 2 year old as well.. SHe is now eating a mini icecream for lunch and watching monsters Inc.  My mum is going to have a monster to look after.

regards, Cathy

This message was edited by cathy44 on Friday, 16 September 2005 @ 12:06 PM

#38 Banana-Peel2

Posted 16 September 2005 - 09:38 PM

Mergie - sounds like a great party!  I am also going to a 40th this weekend but will be a tad more sedate than yours I feel!  Got my fingers crossed for you that it will be a BFP for you very soon!

Cathy - Oooohhh...you are getting close!  I was going to ask you how you are coping with your DH being away for work so much?  I have really had it with mine lately.  He is off nearly every 2nd week and I especially like it when he brings home some bug/virus that I have to avoid and whinges about how wrecked he is from the trip (read drinking, eating beautiful meals and staying out late and partying here)!  I wish it were me....I work, look after a very active toddler, just getting over a crappy 1st trimester and have to do housework!  He just has no idea!  grrrrr!  Hope yours is better than mine?

Glad this thread has livened up a bit, I thought it was going to fall off there for awhile.  Gotta go DD crying for some reason?

DD - 2
Blobby - Due Feb 06

#39 Bloomer

Posted 17 September 2005 - 12:57 PM

Banana Peel - I haven't worked since having Grace so the travel in Year one wasn't so bad as it was in Australia and Grace was free.. So we would go with him sometimes.  I actually didn't mind too much staying home sometimes.  I married late and had lived on my own for a long time before, But it definitely gets harder as the child gets older. Problem is now that he travels OS asia and america so the trips are longer and completely unscheduled( he has to tell someone on Monday go home and pack you are going to Korea for a week, that happens to him all the time).  He is excellent help when he is home buthe still has to work.  I don't think this would have worked if I was still working in my old job.  I used to work long hours and with his travel the responsibility is all mine anyway.  

The fun will start when/if I do go to work. I was starting to feel like I needed to just before I fell pregnant so it has been delayed for a while.  He is happy for me to stay home and that's fine but I think I need to do it for me. 23 years in the same place doing lots of different things was great but I felt I deserved a break.  Though my confidence is erroding so we will see what happens.  I don't know how you do it but I understand why.  For us with no family support at all in the area it would be hard to work while he is away. I still worry about having to go to Hospital with BP probs, so far I have had no probs touch wood, next week might be different.

regards, Cathy

#40 SLJ

Posted 18 September 2005 - 02:18 PM

Hi all

Hope everyone is well and happy.

Have a dose of the dreaded cold I thought I had cleverly avoided...lol Been quite miserable for a few days, even had to resort to a sick day on Friday, after a very busy week.
Work has been very busy, time is starting to run out for me to finish things up, and all the meeting are happening before I leave, so getting very busy.
The last week has been birthday week here, Dp's brother's birthday on Monday, his mum's on wednesday and Dp's on friday, so despite feeling lousy have had to make an effort, but have spent the last two days on the couch with day time TV (god it's pathetic....lol)
Today I have the house and more importantly the computer to myself as I have packed DP off the the model plane fly in with his brother and nephew. So I can catch up without hinderance.

On the baby front time is marching on, and the bump is expanding daily. Had my midwives appointment through the week, all is measuring ok, although she did give us a scare when she couldn't find the heartbeat for almost 15 minutes, despite being able to hear him moving around. Apparently she had miss felt his position, it's back to breech at the moment, and was looking in the wrong place. But once found it was perfect....my blood pressure however was a bit high...lol

Had a look through the maternity wing and birth suites for our antenatal classes this week. The birth suites are lovely, very homey, got to play with all the bits and pieces, so shouldn't be any surprises.

Cathy - I fully sympathise with your cold...and I don't have a toddler to chase after.

Miracle mum - Have been trying to rest, in fact haven't been capable of anything else for the last two days...only a few weeks of work left so hopefully get a couple of weeks off before things happen (finger crossed).

Mergie - your outfit sounds......stunning....hope you are the belle of the ball.

Cathy & Bananapeel - Hope your DH's get to stay home soon....mine never leaves home....works from home so never have that problem...although some days....lol

Stay Strong! Think Positive!


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#41 Mergie

Posted 21 September 2005 - 09:22 AM

Hi Girls

We had a fabulous time at the party.  We didn't get home until 3.30am so it was quite difficult getting up to DS that morning!!  My GF's and I did a lovely karaoke rendition of The Partridge Family.  We watched the video back on Sunday and were horrified at how bad we sounded!!

Not much happening here, AF like cramps which signal she's on her way I guess.

Looking forward to the weekend away and getting away from the AFL GF hype.  Now if Collingwood were in it, I'd be a bit more excited but 2 interstate teams, yukkkk.

Sue - You must be getting very excited now, especially having midwives appt's etc.

Cathy - ANY NEWS!!

Banana - Peel - Hope your days have improved.

Wishingstar - Gee, I remember those days, a crying bub's all night.  I hope she's settled for you. I agree about the cost of things being ridiculous.  You really don't have any idea until you have to get someone in and then it takes a week to get over the shock!!

We've decided not to go down the AC track again.  I had a good chat with my Dr and decided to leave things as they are.  I really didn't cope too well with the failures of IVF and don't want to go through that again.  I manage better each month when AF arrives so I feel I've come a long way to excepting my fate and don't want to dive back into the heartache again IYKWIM.

Well take care goyls, I'll pop back again soon.

ME 43
DH 42
DS 2 & 9mo (clomid)
TTC#2 Sep 03
M/C Nov 03
6 Clomid cycles BFN's
Surgery for Endo Dec '04
2 x O/I
Ceased AC Jun '05
"If it happens it happens"

#42 Bloomer

Posted 22 September 2005 - 09:12 AM

Still here, hope baby doesn't come today, it is her SS birthday today.  We had that dilemia with Grace she is a couple of days before the other SS and it was DH's yesterday.

Off to the locum OB today and we'll see what he says.  I think the parking is going to cost more than the Dr (after rebate) but I don't think I can manage the Bus with DD.  If I pass this test then the BP specialist tomorrow am.  I just want to hold out until Mum is here ( Next Monday).. at lest there is only one more day til the weekend and poor DH gets to look after us both again. (Though I actually managed to cook him dinner last night).

Mergie - I would need to make a similar decision as you in your situation.  The highs and lows were heartbreaking.  The party sounds great, DH told me when they were in Korea karaoke is a big thing.  He point blank refused to go.  He is not someone you force into anything he hates losing control.

regards, Cathy

#43 Guest_mums the word_*

Posted 22 September 2005 - 10:15 AM

Hi, just thought I would pop in and say hi.
I am 37 so yes an older mum,lol. I had my first three babies from ages 22-25 and down the track at 34 decided to have our daughter, actually thats how old I was when she was born so I was younger when ttc and it took 15months.
We have lost our son at 18weeks gestation last september and then another lost baby at 5 weeks 4 days this feb. I had 3 chemical pregnancies or it may have been retained placenta from our sons birth. Will never know for sure. Thats another story.
We are 13 weeks 2 days pregnant now and so grateful for this little baby. Still it leaves you scared for the babies successful safe delivery.
Have my ob appt again to get results from blood work and nt scan. I will keep this baby no matter how the health is. So no real need to find out the results but I wanted the ultrasound to make sure baby was alright as we have a hematoma in there with baby as we also did with our son we lost.

Hope we can share each others good news.

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#44 Jahbee

Posted 22 September 2005 - 03:28 PM

Hi Oldies,
I have quickly been skimming these threads to update details in the roll call.  I apologise if i have missed anyone or added a day or 2 to take you to 19 weeks preg or whatever but i was trying to fit this in before Dylans feed....and wouldnt you know it he has just woken.  Kinda hard to type and bf at the same time so this will have to be short.

Dylan is 6 weeks old already growing at a rate of knots.  DH and I finally decorated his room on tuesday in an aeroplane/fire truck/car theme, so cute!  I have been dying to do it but dh has been working night and day so no chance before now.  Its school holidays so finally we can get some stuff done!

If you happen to watch the AFL Grand Final between Sydney Swans & West Coast Eagles this weekend and you watch the entertainment before the game you should see my DH. He's the trombone player in the band before the game starts. original.gif

They did a rehearsal yesterday at the MCG with Barry Humphries, Michael Buble (sp?) and others.  There's only about 8 of them in the band so I'm sure he will be on camera, they are all dressed in black.

BTW between you and me they are miming!  They recorded all the music sunday morning just gone.  The logistics of doing it live are not good so they don't risk it.
DH is a huge Swans fan and he can't even stay for the game as he has to go and play at the ballet after, bummer hey!

Cathy good luck to you!  I don't know how you are going to manage with your DH o/s so often.  I have struggled with a toddler & newborn just with my DH working nights.  Rest as much as you can now~

Mergie what a hard decision for you.  I know we were getting to that stage and some days i was ok with it and others not.  It makes me think would you like to start an oldies thread that is just for older mums maybe where just our kids are discussed or are you and others ok in here with pregnancy and ttc as well?

Anyway gotta swap boobie sides now and i cant type at all on the other side.
Hope everyone is well.

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#45 minni

Posted 23 September 2005 - 07:08 PM

Hi everyone!
Thought I'd better pop in and let you all know that I'm still alive. LOL
I'm just having an extremely busy month - both with my designing (which is picking up a bit) and with our family.
Not much to report here. Started spotting again this morning so AF will be here shortly. I think this cycle was 24 days and definitely no 'O'ing.
I don't think pregnancy is ever going to happen again but then again, I'm beginning to wonder if I want it to now. I worked out the other day that I haven't taken the pill now for nearly 2 years. Wow! That's some kind of birth control - shame I don't want it. LOL

Welcome to all the new ladies and good luck to those about to give birth soon. I hope everything goes smoothly for you.
Mergie - Welcome to the 'If it happens - it happens club'! I so hope that things will happen the way that you want them to - whatever that may be.

Well I'd better get off the computer and put Miss Three into her bath and bed. That routine seems to be taking much longer these days because she's started all the stalling tactics. And I have to take DS to work soon. Shame he's working a close tonight because I would have liked to have a few drinks. I'm sure Maccas have no consideration for parents sometimes. wink.gif

Well have a good one!

DD 3
Angel baby 26/10/04
M/C Dec 2004 & April 2005

Everything I have learned about life can be summed up in three words: It goes on!
~Robert Frost~

#46 Bloomer

Posted 23 September 2005 - 08:24 PM

Just a quick note I have just had a stay in Hospital the Drive into the city must have really stressed me out or the Dr doesn't take BP like all the others.  Second time this has happened to me with the the same guy.  He puts me in Hospital immediately after 5 mins of discussion and charges me $100.  Thought my Dr was expensive $80 at least he has free parking if I walk a bit.

Got to hospital and BP was normal, they have taken it for the last 24 hours and it is still normal so I have come home.(they told me they had people who needed the bed more than me which is great)  I am sure I will be induced probably next week.  I am starting to come to grips with it.  They are predicting the baby is 3.675 kilos as at todays US so we will see.

I am paranoid about every ache in my body but I think I am having sinus probs because my nose is starting to hurt.

Body Hurts so must be getting ready.  I have lined up someone to tell you when it all happens only problem is she is due a bit after me but her baby is making movements to arrive early.

regards, Cathy

#47 Mergie

Posted 23 September 2005 - 08:26 PM


Sue - I hear ya on the stalling tactics!! Where do they learn all this stuff!!  DS cracks me up everyday, he is such a little mimic.  I hear my words come out of him all the time, like... It's very dissappointing Mum!! ( when he wets his pants ) or I don't want to think about it and see if it happens ( when he's on the toilet and telling me there's no wee's to come out ) They are both testing and terrific at the same time IYKWIM. I haven't been on the pill since the day I got married over 4 and a half years ago!!  at times I think I could have been off it for the last 20 years and still nothing would have happened!!

JB - Gee time flies doesn't it, 6 weeks already.  I'm cool with the one thread thing, it honestly doesn't bother me.  I love hearing about other peoples successes, it can't all be doom and gloom now can it, you'd end up going round the twist. You know I'm gonna be looking out for you DH now don't you!! What an exciting time for him.

Mums the word - I'm sure we've chatted on other threads?  if not, welcome to the group!!  I'm so sorry to read of your losses. I can imagine the mixed emotions you would feel each day.  I hope your next appoint and scan eases your mind a little.

Cathy - what are you doing here!!  LOL.  Now the minute your Mum gets here you get yourself into gear and next time you log in we want the news and pictures!!

Not much to report from me.  AF due tmw and cramps are here in full force so expecting the expected sometime tmw.  I hope she has the decency to arrive before we head off for the weekend and not drag on and give me any false hopes.

Better choofaloof, DS has hit the hay and we've taped Survivor so gonna sit back and relax.

Have a good one girls.

Edited to say.... Wow Cathy we posted around the same time.  You have a big little bun there don't you?!  Good Luck for next week and we'll catch up again soon.  Take care of yourself.

This message was edited by Mergie on Friday, 23 September 2005 @ 8:29 PM

#48 SLJ

Posted 24 September 2005 - 03:51 PM

Hi All

Feeling a bit better today cold seems to have lifted a bit.
The wriggler seems to have moved over the last week been kicking up a storm and seems to be much lower down now, hopefully all the movement is him trying to turn around the right way! People keep telling me I've dropped dramatically in the last week, and that I'm not going to make it full term....hmmm well I guess we'll see...lol Our due in November group has already had 4 bubs and it isn't even October yet, so I guess anything is possible. Still had spured me on been out buying stuff for my hospital bag and finally getting organised.
Have been hanging out for leave....one week full time left...and hpefully a couple of weeks parttime, leaving me two weeks off before bubs arrives (theoretically!)

Cathy - Oh so close!!!!

mums the word - Welcome.

JB - 6 weeks, time flys, your nursery sound very cute.

Minni - busy is good!

Hmmm can hear DP prowling in the kitchen, must get my tim tam cornetto before he realises it is still there!  lol  

Stay Strong! Think Positive!


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#49 Bloomer

Posted 26 September 2005 - 06:44 PM

Still here..  Day stay at Hospital tomorrow for BP.. we'll see what happens..mum and Dad are here so I can relax a little bit now..

regards, Cathy

#50 Mergie

Posted 28 September 2005 - 02:27 PM

Good Luck Cathy

Glad your folks' are there.  Hope the BP is OK.  

Can't wait for the announcement!!

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