duggs1976 · 14/11/2014 07:04
Hello ladies.. Just popping in to catch up. Pebbles hope op went ok? Ari almost there now. How are belly d, Mel, village, nanny and brown and anyone I've missed? Sue must be getting into third trimester now. In doing ok with E... He is 3 weeks old on Tuesday next week. I think about you guys a lot and hope to read some positive news on here soon... The thread is over due some x
swlondonnanny · 15/11/2014 15:34
Duggs huge congratulations. Does it feel real now E is nearly 3 weeks?
Village I am quite intrigued how Penny came up with your immune treatment? Do you mind sharing your results? I had those tests done in Athens as well and was told that all was fine and dont need any immune treatment as dont have immune issues? Dr gorgy and ndukwe disagreed...
Brown how are you doing? Have you teasted yet?
Ari hope your twins will arrive safely soon
AFM BFN at what I think is 13DPO -am not sure I ovulated though. And on antibiotics for Strep B! Feels like I dont do anything else but taking antibiotics this year.....
Arianrhod · 17/11/2014 19:46
Hi ladies ., just wanted to announce the safe arrival of Lawrence (5lb 12oz) and Lewis (6lb 3oz) at 8:47/8:48 this morning. I can't say a CS is my favourite of experiences but I appear to be largely in one piece and the chief midwife in the operating theatre was apparently impressed as she called it a 'textbook' CS. Whatever one of those is!
Pebbles73 · 17/11/2014 20:44
Ari that's fantastic news so pleased for you and your family. They do sound a good weight for twins! Enjoy every moment
Thanks for asking Ari, had it done on Wednesday and all went well. Was a bit strange and painful but felt better after a top up of sedation! Had to lie flat and not move for about five hours (including the two hour procedure) which isn't as easy as it sounds!
When are you due sue?
Waves to all.
brownstag · 17/11/2014 20:55
Just popping my head out from under a six-foot-high pile of work to say the hugest of congratulations, Ari. Love the names too - they were both on my list of favourites (and it was only that our surname would have made the name of a famous author that we had to avoid one of them).
Sorry for the lack of other personals - hardly have time to eat or sleep curently.
VillageMum · 18/11/2014 13:44
Ari wow! A thousand congratulations and a very big well done to you on getting through the C-section in such style!! Beautiful names too... Enjoy these special first few days together.
Brown you've got me sitting here (when I'm supposed to be working!) compulsively coming up with surnames. Is it Carroll? Durrell? "Of Arabia"?
BellyD · 18/11/2014 20:53
Ari many many congratulations on the safe arrival of your two little bundles of joy. Feel emotional for you that you have finally achieved your dream. Wonderful news and lovely names, as the others have said. You will definitely have your hands (quite literally) full from now on, but hope you pop back now and again as you have been such an inspiration to so many of us.
Pebbles glad the op went well, hope you are taking it easy.
Mel3062 · 29/11/2014 10:35
Ari hope alls well your end. I'm ok on day 9, scan tomorrow though no pains this time with gonal f but no headache either :) hubby's had both knees drained so no Dtd yet :( my mum has been diagnosed with either early Parkinson's or early dementia so it's not been a great week! X
Arianrhod · 29/11/2014 19:15
Oh crikey mel, so sorry to hear about your mum. Let's hope it's one of those with slow progression. And if this week was that [email protected], then next week has to be better, right? :)
brownstag · 11/12/2014 17:06
Yes, very slack. Personally, I am overworked, ill with the worst cold and writing this wearing nasal tampons fashioned from tissues. It's the only way I can function. And just into BFN territory after my month of antibiotics. I took letrozole this cycle too.
How are you? Are you getting any sleep?
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