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Just an update for everyone that has taken time to reply to my messages. As of this morning I got my first positive pregnancy test in such a long time I went straight to the Dr's surgery at 9am and was seen straight away she confirmed my pregnancy and showed me how to inject myself it looks easy enough compared to what I've been through in the past I'm sure ill manage doing it myself tomorrow morning I hope haha any way we are hoping to have a little bundle of joy in December seems a long way off but I'll be patient as he/she grows bring on all the morning sickness and aches and pains I'm ready for this please God we have our little miracle yaaaayyyyy xx

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Many congratulations! I am so happy for you. It took me 4 years to conceive wen all my friends were the proverbial rabbits!

Wit good wishes,

Ros

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Thank you so much I know how you felt so hard watching friends bumbs grow all around :)

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How exciting!!!!!!

We want pics!!!!

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Very exciting will hopefully have some lovely pictures to update as I progress please god :) thank you for your reply x

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So pleased to hear your news, many many congratulations

J

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Thank you judes :)

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Congratulations - we are all excited with you.

Any problems with injecting just ask?

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Hi and thank you for your reply I'm going to attempt first injection at 930am like Dr did yesterday morning I think it might be better to take it at sake time every day but I take my aspirin at night because I found when I first started taking Aspirin it madee feel quite nauseated if I have a problem injection I'll be straight down to my Dr again I wouldn't even risk messing it up haha I'm sure ill be OK though thank you so much I'll be keeping everyone updated on progress :)

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Your injections must be absolutely to the minute at the same time every day. They are very time sensitive.

This is absolutely the most important thing as the medication will drop off very quickly. It doesn’t last long in the body.

Your doctor can show you how it works with a graph with the ,” peak and trough” if you ask him/ her if you would like a visual of just how it works. Really all you need to know is after injections the blood concentration ( medication) peaks up like the crest of a wave then comes back down quickly / steeply . It “ falls off.” So you must take the next injection exactly when it is due, at the same time every day so you body has the medication at all times.

This is exactly the time to ask all your questions! Ask away! It’s normal to have so many questions. You must have so many...

We will also tell you to ask your doctor also, as you know, we are not doctors. ( But you know this already. with such precious cargo you are carrying I felt compelled to say it again. :)

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Best wishes to you at such an exciting time. I hope all goes well for you. MaryF

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Thank you :)

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Naturally you will want to name it after me? Just kidding :) Very happy news indeed.

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Haha nice name thank you :)

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So funny! Really the honor goes to heparin...

A girl: Heparina? 😂

Fragmina?

A Boy: Fragmino?🤣

Sorry Claire. Blame Ozchick. This is not my fault....she started it...

And she is right! This is very happy news indeed!

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So happy for you. Take care of yourself and little one! 🥰

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Thank you so much:)

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Congratulations :)

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Thank you RubyAndBlue :)

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Congratulations so pleased and wishing you a smooth and happy pregnancy x

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How lovely congratulations just one thing I would ask your pharmacist about the time you take your Aspirin, maybe others take theirs in the evening, but it’s worth asking I think xx

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I started taking Aspirin 6 months ago it's only the 75mg but when I took it the first 2 weeks it made me so nauseated during the day I couldn't eat so gp said its fine to take at night time once I'm taking it its in my system nó difference but she advised me to do injections at same time every day thank you for your reply :)

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That’s good just wondered about having an empty stomach but I expect you take it with food anyway.

Injections are easy and well

worth the outcome will wait to hear the good news

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Congratulations

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Congratulations. I can feel your joy as I’m reading your post😁💃🏻❤️

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Aww big congrats.start singing the lullabies now and soon your little one will enjoy too

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Congrats MOM -best of all to Ya !!

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