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Thursday, June 26th 2008, 9:18pm

Author: Sparkles

BMI The Chaucer Hospital, Canterbury

(Sorry was leaning on the pad of my laptop and it clicked submit) as I was saying I think it is nice to have that time of being positive and think how it would be. Are you having an NHS funded cycle and did the nurse tell you that hopefully in the new year they should be funding 2 cycles? That certainly cheered us up at our last appointment as we couldn't have afforded a private cycle ourselves. I am going away with my mum for the weekend after work tomorrow so won't be able to log on until sund...

Thursday, June 26th 2008, 9:12pm

Author: Sparkles

BMI The Chaucer Hospital, Canterbury

Hi Nikki Yeah I had my endo treated, it has helped a bit with the pain of my periods and they are a little more regular (about every 2 months) although still no sign of ovulation. I'm a teaching assisstant, I work with autistic children who can be a little aggressive/violent which is one of the main reasons we waited for the summer holidays before treatment. Didn't know what I would have done if something had happened during the 2ww and I hadn't ended up with a bfp. We live in Barham, also just ...

Thursday, June 26th 2008, 4:40pm

Author: Sparkles

BMI The Chaucer Hospital, Canterbury

Hi Nikki I think I'm probably going to take a while to actually do the first injection as well, have told DH that he can do it but I think he is more squemish about it than me. Perhaps i'll annoy him before hand and then he might enjoy doing it! Have to wait untill I come on before I start down regging, but shouldn't take more than 4 days after last pill, fingers crossed. Our stories are quite similar, I'm 32 and dh is 31. We have been together 6 years, married 2 1/2 and ttc for about 4 1/2. I a...

Thursday, June 26th 2008, 3:16pm

Author: Sparkles

BMI The Chaucer Hospital, Canterbury

Hi Nikki I'm undergoing treatment at the chaucer hospital too and am also about to start ivf#1. I am currently taking the pill so I have a cycle they can predict, and I stop taking it on 10th July and then start down regging, so not long to go. Have an appointment next week to learn how to do the injections. How was your first injection yesterday? This is the part i'm really not looking forward to. Like you say it would be really nice to talk to someone in the same boat etc. I have been seein Mr...

Tuesday, April 8th 2008, 5:51pm

Author: Sparkles

Returning to work after IVF

Thanks Guys Think I will probably try and get signed off when the time comes, GP is quite accomodating so shouldn't be a problem. Thanks again everyone.

Tuesday, April 8th 2008, 1:32am

Author: Sparkles

Returning to work after IVF

Hi, am a newbie and am having first cycle of IVF soon but was wondering about the whole time off work thing. I work with autistic kids and they can be a bit aggressive at times so was thinking it would be best to take the time off. Do you think I could get signed off work? Can't take any holiday as have to have that during school holidays. But work would be fine if I got signed off. Good luck to everyone.




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