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JuicySausage Mon 24-Jun-13 18:29:05

...then come and get your flipping baby here. We are a group of utterly priceless loons who are deadly serious about buying our babies at the highest price (or free if you're a lucky NHS bastard). There are no failures here <smashes gavel>

resipsa Mon 01-Jul-13 22:47:37

Motor - how're you holding up?

Juicy if you're having twins, I might just start believing again that we get what we deserve in the end.

PS Could I have one, though?

resipsa Mon 01-Jul-13 22:45:22

Oh tame I hope you are feeling a bit better. Sadly for you, I think we're currently secret twins. Your "forgotten how to be happy" comment could have been written by me at the moment. I like the sound of your DH more and more though!

tametortie Mon 01-Jul-13 22:38:17

"lots of people will want to ride in the limo with you but what you need is someone that will get the bus with you when the limo breaks down" Oprah Winfrey

Thanks for the wise words tonight xxx

Goodnight xxxx

mejust Mon 01-Jul-13 22:36:28

Euro I had ec last monday so a week now.

eurozammo Mon 01-Jul-13 22:13:19

mejust how many days past EC are you? I tested mine out last time and it had 99% gone by 8dpEC, but I only had one shot. I had two this time.

mejust Mon 01-Jul-13 22:12:51

Yeah did hpt to get negative so if I do get positive its for real.

MotorcycleMama Mon 01-Jul-13 22:06:49

mejust do you mean that you did an HPT and it was negative? If so, that's good as you'll know when you come nearer to OTD that any positives are real!

I like my wine with alcohol in it and my tea and coffee with caffeine. End of.. (Though thanks for the suggestions!)

BrookerC Mon 01-Jul-13 21:53:58

motor if you like beer the erdinger no alcohol in bottles is very acceptable. I have even drunk it when I could actually have a 'real' drink over the last couple of months'. What have I become....
Bought in Tesco's. x

NoMaybeAboutIt Mon 01-Jul-13 21:46:39

I am really hoping my dog doesn't jump on my ovaries. He is far too big. Though I did chop his balls off, so i suppose that would be justified....

I would avoided alcohol free wine. I went for some at the weekend. Like vinegar I tell you.

mejust Mon 01-Jul-13 21:38:40

Mine just acts like one and he's scared of everything.

Motor if you want wine you can get alcohol free wine,not the same I suppose

BrookerC Mon 01-Jul-13 21:33:32

Mejust Mine's definitely a lovely distraction smile but I just don't get the dog baby thing really (I know too many people who confuse DOG with BABY).

mejust Mon 01-Jul-13 21:33:17

Motor I tested trigger out today its gone so all good.

MotorcycleMama Mon 01-Jul-13 21:28:27

tame you are grieving, and while it is great to be brave, it is also totally okay to be drunk, resentful, angry and all the other shit emotions you are justified in feeling. You never bring people down, but you shouldn't feel you need to keep being cheerful to justify sticking around.
wish same goes for you. I'm glad that there are a range of emotions on here all the time, because we all go through highs and lows, and it feels safe to share.
I find this thread so very supportive and am amazed by how much I care about a group of people I have never even met.x

mejust Mon 01-Jul-13 21:25:14

Brook its a good job he's a small dog he just thinks he can climb and jump all over me,he's like a baby ha ha

BrookerC Mon 01-Jul-13 21:20:39

Hehe mejust that are me laugh-it's the kind of think my dog would do. Sorry if it hurts...
choco I'm weirdly fucking excited too!

tametortie Mon 01-Jul-13 21:17:23

I do love this fred. You are just all so bloody lovely sad xxxxxx

chocolocodowninacapulco Mon 01-Jul-13 21:12:48

You can do it tame, you just need more time. Ask about counselling, it can't hurt. Always here for you.

mejust Mon 01-Jul-13 21:12:26

The bloody dog just jumped and hit my stomach on my right ovary which is really sore and swollen the little shit,it hurts.

eurozammo Mon 01-Jul-13 21:11:29

wish and tame sorry to hear that you are both having a tough time of it.

wish if you want to step away for YOU, that's fine, but don't go playing the martyr on our account! This thread has its highs and lows for everyone and we are there to support folks when they are having their hard time.

tame I think you were long overdue a crash, my lovely. I'm glad your husband just let you rant - I think you needed to just let it all out. I agree with Nook - this is part of the grieving process, and you need to go through it.

tametortie Mon 01-Jul-13 21:11:03

Thank you guys and im sorry if my constant sadness is dampening the mood. sad so hard to vocalise in real life, I dont want to keep crying to everyone. Perhaps I should ask the clinic about counselling?

I just need to know im not going to feel like this forever. The past few days have been wretched- started Friday with a good cry and I just feel like im falling deeper into proper sadness. I want to look forward to more treatment, I WAS looking forward to more treatment. Now I feel like I just can't do it.

arse! I was doing so well.

chocolocodowninacapulco Mon 01-Jul-13 21:09:31

Yay brooker! Erm how sad is it to be excited that I have got a jabbing buddy starting on the same day? Oh fuck it, I don't care, I'm excited! Btw, what' s happened to all the fucking swearing round here? joos is it cos you is pregnant with child(ren) that you have ditched the potty mouth. Ha, auto correct changed my (ren) to (ten) initially - imagine!

NoMaybeAboutIt Mon 01-Jul-13 21:06:09

Wish and Tame I'm so so sorry you are both going through so much. You need all the help and support you can get, and that is what this lovely lot are here for. I can't begin to imagine what you are going through sad

BrookerC Mon 01-Jul-13 21:03:40

Evening all.
The way you've dealt with the last few weeks tame is amazing. You've stuck around and supported everyone else despite how you must have been feeling.I'm sorry but I can't offer any suggestions/advice as I haven't had a mc (never actually conceived-EVER sad). But I would say bawl your eyes out if you need to and giggle if you need to.Hopefully both will help you move on. Big hugs. X
life I would miss your posts if you laid low.
choco had baseline scan & bloods today start jabbing tom-yay!!

NookNook Mon 01-Jul-13 21:01:34

Tame its both natural and a good hing that you're feeling like this. You need to go through this before you can move on. I'm so glad DH is being supportive. I'm sure that you do feel alone in your grief for your lost babies. I understand that's how many women feel. Please try to find a RL person to talk to though.

JuicySausage Mon 01-Jul-13 20:56:58

Tortie, you are strong enough to cope with this heartache, loss and terribly misguided guilt. You can cope with all these things because you have a great husband and you've just pulled yourself through a massively crushing time. You are strong enough to keep going. I know I don't know you in RL but it's fairly obvious you have great character. Of course you feel you're not coping; that's the sadness and hormones taking over. But this will pass. Keep looking ahead, my love thanks xx

Wish, how awful you feel you need to step away when we all love you being here. You must do what you feel is right for your head and we will support you when you come back. You'll be very missed thanks xx

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