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    This thread will be for the IVF grads to post about their pregnancies and keep up with eachothers milestones. Looking forward to one place to see what's going on with all the IVF sisters after their success stories!!

    So post with pride - which means make sure your pregnancy tickers are up & running!!!
    Me 45, DH 45, DSD 22, DSS 19, DD 15, DS 1. TTC forever!! 3 ectopics, 2 miscarriages, 4 failed IVF's & one successful Donor Egg cycle! Trying for DE baby #2!

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    Hopefully this will help my feeble brain keep up! Good idea Rhonda. I'll go first!

    20 weeks with my twin boys!!!!

    ................and scared to death!!

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    Yeah!!! Thanks for making it happen Rhonda!!

    I tried getting a 3D u/s the other day, but LO wouldn't cooperate! She had either her hand or the umbilical cord in her face whenever they tried to snap the shot..then she would roll over and hide. I did catch her yawn, though, and DH and my hearts melted!!!!

    Sarah, can't believe you are already 20 weeks!! That is so awesome. I bet they are kicking away, huh?

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    I am so glad we will have this room to keep up with eachother in our pregnancies and add the new STC girls as they graduate from their IVF journeys with success!! I am dying to hear about Michele's next US on Monday. I am soooo excited she has twins and this is a place we can witness and be a part of all the IVF success stories!! It takes a lot of patience and heartbreaks, but when you finally have success, you are so happy to have been a part of the process.

    I am thrilled to see you girls hit the halfway milestone and continuing with healthy pregnancies! I can't wait for anothter U/S but mine isn't scheduled until week 20 and I'm just going to have to be patient! I love hearing about everyone else's U/S as they get further along and get to see babies in action.

    Are you girls feeling a lot of movement now & is it regular? I only think I felt a kick on Sunday, but nothing since then. It makes me nervous to not feel anything at this point, but I have had 4 surgeries and have a lot of scarring that may make me a bit less sensitive to the tiny kicks since my baby is still pretty small. Anyway, all in due time, right?!
    Me 45, DH 45, DSD 22, DSS 19, DD 15, DS 1. TTC forever!! 3 ectopics, 2 miscarriages, 4 failed IVF's & one successful Donor Egg cycle! Trying for DE baby #2!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rss73 View Post
    Yeah!!! Thanks for making it happen Rhonda!!

    I tried getting a 3D u/s the other day, but LO wouldn't cooperate! She had either her hand or the umbilical cord in her face whenever they tried to snap the shot..then she would roll over and hide. I did catch her yawn, though, and DH and my hearts melted!!!!

    Sarah, can't believe you are already 20 weeks!! That is so awesome. I bet they are kicking away, huh?
    Aww,how sweet! Shy little thing isn't she

    I know! 20 weeks,it's just so crazy! I told a friend the other day that I bet the next 20 will go by faster just based on the fact that the toilet is not my closest friend anymore!

    I do feel them more and more all the time. Actually today I was laying propped up in bed resting and I could see my belly moving! That really made my day!

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    I just want to say,I'm so happy there are so many IVF Sisters graduates! So many of us going through our pregnancies so close together

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    Rhonda, I didn't feel anything til 19 weeks, or at least that is when I was sure I felt something. After that it wasn't that regular, and some days I felt hardly anything. Just in the last week (mind you, I'm almost 24 weeks) did it start getting more consistent. For a while I only noticed it when I went to bed if I was still for a while reading, but now it's at night, in the morning, when I wake up in the middle of the night, sometimes when I'm sitting around during the day.. My DH has yet to feel it - she always stops as soon as I try to get him to feel it.

    Lately I've witnessed my stomach spasm-ing to her kicks, too, which makes me so happy!! I am super-unproductive - I'm supposed to be working from home, but I spend far too much time laying propped up on the bed watching my stomach to see if it will move. It's addicting!!!

    I think 15 weeks is still really early! I know some mama's feel it early if they've had one already, but like you said, you've had surgeries and scarring and it's been a while since your DD was in there.. Give it a few more weeks and watch out!!!
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    Rhonda, would you also post in here if Mayra has the babies? I'm trying to follow Dec DD, but sometimes I forget and I don't want to miss the announcement!! Thanks!

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    I hope you don't mind if I post here even though I didn't have IVF.

    I didn't start feeling kicks til a week ago when I was 19w2d. But since then I have felt plenty of movement throughout each day! He is a very active little guy!
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    Thanks Rachael, that helps me not feel so crazy! I honestly kept thinking these girls have GAS and just don't know what they are feeling! LOL Anyway, I had the same kick feeling last night and I was just falling asleep. It's too big not to notice, but it's only one kick and then it's done. No fluttering or butterflies or bubbles feeling. It definitely isn't gas either. So, that's twice so far and several days apart. I am sure I will feel regular movement many weeks later. Today I am only 16 weeks and I had only planned to start expecting kicks around 20 weeks until all the girls in May DD started posting that they were feeling movement at 13-15 weeks!!

    I find it very exciting to just read about your little girl and Sarah's two boys as they jump around and show their mammas they are doing fine inside!! I can't believe you ladies are so far into your pregnancies now, both past your half-way mark. Time is just a flying! I hope Michele posts here soon too. I will keep an eye on her in IVF Sisters since she continues to post there. She'll join us here soon.

    I promise to let you all know (first) about Mayra as soon as she texts me! I am just so thrilled for Mayra and Miguel about this pregnancy. She was so scared early on and she worked through her fears week after week. I am so proud of her. And now Vivian and Alec are simply being stubborn!! LOL

    Sarah, you probably won't know these ladies, but Rachael, do you remember Kim (KSS717) and Donna (41TTC)? They both stopped posting on APA in their journeys. Well, I have continued to keep in touch with both of them because we just became very close. We shared phone numbers and we text and call eachother. Eventually we also all added eachother as FB friends. Those are my girls! I so wish both of them would have continued to try, but Kim is done TTC and Donna is just at a stand still and hoping she can try a donor egg cycle soon. Both girls are in their 40's, so we had a lot in common. Mayra's prior IVF and miscarriages touched me and I have in the past sent her PM's to try to lift her spirits and encourage her. She is so blessed and I am so thankful that her prayers were answered...in a very big way!

    Katie - We would love for you to post here!!! You are Post-IUI and you were just fortunate to be able to go that route vs. the IVF on this pregnancy. We are all happy for you and you certainly can relate to the TTC with Medical Assistance and the toll it takes going through these processes. We just feel we have different stories than some of the Expecting moms on APA in that our TTC journeys are not all simple and easy! We are happy to keep you in our little group of STC mammas-to-be!!
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    No Rhonda. I do remember them. Donna came back for a while after I had joined. But most of all I remember them because I stalked everyone religiously for about 6 or 8 months before I officially joined. I was sad when they gave up. They have both been through so much! I hope they both find peace and Motherhood someday.

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    Want to see my 20 week belly picture? Want to see what I look like? Here I am letting it all hang out!http://www.flickr.com/photos/oldthel...n/photostream/

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    Quote Originally Posted by cakegal View Post
    Want to see my 20 week belly picture? Want to see what I look like? Here I am letting it all hang out!http://www.flickr.com/photos/oldthel...n/photostream/

    Still skimming posts.

    Too cute Sarah! You look so happy and I like that top!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cakegal View Post
    Want to see my 20 week belly picture? Want to see what I look like? Here I am letting it all hang out!http://www.flickr.com/photos/oldthel...n/photostream/
    You look great!!!
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    Sarah - I agree, it's so nice so many of us finally got our BFPs around the same time. After all those years.. Your belly pic is great!! How do you feel in general? I hope you are resting a lot!

    Katie - Of course you can post in here.. it makes it easier for us to not have to stalk you in the DD room.

    Rhonda - That's sweet you stay in contact with so many former APA'ers. I hope they are doing well. They were such sweethearts..always wondering if they will pop up again on here some day.

    You are really lucky if you are feeling kicks already. It's the best feeling ever!! I hate how irregular they are at first, but you have to remember, just because you can't feel it, doesn't mean the LO isn't moving. I feel a lot of them now, but when I went in for the scan last weekend she was constantly moving and I didn't feel any of it. They just need to get bigger so it is more noticeable. Soon we'll be complaining of feet in our ribs and things like that. LOL.

    Where is Michelle? I haven't seen any posts from her lately. Next u/s for her is Monday, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rss73 View Post
    Sarah - I agree, it's so nice so many of us finally got our BFPs around the same time. After all those years.. Your belly pic is great!! How do you feel in general? I hope you are resting a lot!
    I'm feeling pretty good. I'm trying to take it easy. I started Christmas things early so that I could take my time. Plus since I'm not working the holiday season(for the first time in what seems like forever)I feel like doing more to the house. Next year I'll have my hands quite full so I thought I'd take advantage of the peace while I have it

    How are you feeling? Lots of happy plans for the holidays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cakegal View Post
    No Rhonda. I do remember them. Donna came back for a while after I had joined. But most of all I remember them because I stalked everyone religiously for about 6 or 8 months before I officially joined. I was sad when they gave up. They have both been through so much! I hope they both find peace and Motherhood someday.
    I hope they get miracle babies as it appears they may be done TTC with medical assistance. It's hard when you have infertility issues, but even harder when you are 40+ and you have a chance in hell on your own.

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    Want to see my 20 week belly picture? Want to see what I look like? Here I am letting it all hang out!http://www.flickr.com/photos/oldthel...n/photostream/
    OMG Sarah!!! Girl, you are so preggers!!! I am so looking forward to wearing a pregnancy top! LOL I can't because it just looks silly on me right now, but my baby is growing faster as I am getting bigger by the week, so SOON I will be in a maternity top. My goal for Christmas!! LOL I love the ultrasound photos too! Your babies are so cute! I am so thrilled with my LO, but I so wanted twins so we could call it quits after this pregnancy. I'll just have to live through you and all the other IVF moms with twins! You look GREAT!!

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    Rhonda - That's sweet you stay in contact with so many former APA'ers. I hope they are doing well. They were such sweethearts..always wondering if they will pop up again on here some day.

    You are really lucky if you are feeling kicks already. It's the best feeling ever!! I hate how irregular they are at first, but you have to remember, just because you can't feel it, doesn't mean the LO isn't moving. I feel a lot of them now, but when I went in for the scan last weekend she was constantly moving and I didn't feel any of it. They just need to get bigger so it is more noticeable. Soon we'll be complaining of feet in our ribs and things like that. LOL.

    Where is Michelle? I haven't seen any posts from her lately. Next u/s for her is Monday, right?
    Awww, thanks for sharing your movements experience! I know it's so soon and I just want to feel her/him more often. I NEED an u/s so I can relax! Geez!!!

    Not Kim, she is done. I don't blame her. It gets hard when you are in it that long and at some point you have to make a decision to draw the line. If this DE cycle hadn't worked, we were moving on to adoption. I'm so thankful for my DE cycle. I hope to see Donna on here if she can work it out to do a DE cycle. I miss both of them on APA for sure! They are great ladies and I them both to pieces! I just want them to have what the rest of us have now...just doesn't seem fair that everyone doesn't eventually get a BFP and a pregnancy that goes to term. Just breaks my heart.

    I bet Michele is dealing with m/s and just plain exhausted! I'm sure she will post when she has that u/s on Monday!! Wishing her nothing but good news regarding Baby B!
    Me 45, DH 45, DSD 22, DSS 19, DD 15, DS 1. TTC forever!! 3 ectopics, 2 miscarriages, 4 failed IVF's & one successful Donor Egg cycle! Trying for DE baby #2!

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    Love that we can all be here and keep each other updated. I went to my regular ob last Weds. and he said I am fine and have no restrictions So I can now run (well more of a slow jog). He is sending me to a high risk group for some extra monitoring, advanced maternal age (ugh, hate that term). We heard the heartbeat, but no u/s I miss getting those at my re's office.

    I am so excited to hear of everyone's baby movement, I can't wait for that first flutter. I still have a while though.

    What a wonderful group here!!

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    So i'd love to catch up on this thread but we are in the middle of moving right now. ugh! I skimmed over the first few posts and just wanted to mention to Rhonda that I wasn't feeling this baby as much as I felt DS or as often or strong and so I was worried sick. Then when I went to my u/s they said it was b/c my placenta is on the front of my uterus shielding movement from the front of my stomach, so no worries. The movement is everyday that I feel it now and getting stronger but not regular.
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    Can I just say. . .I still can't believe what all I/we had to go through to get here! And it still seems unreal sometimes.

    Does anyone remember when I cried the entire week before my bfp??!? I do smile about it now, it was all worth it!
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    I know I said I wouldn't complain after all I went through to get here, BUT, my lower back is killing me!! It comes and goes, but seems to be painful more regularly. Ugh. Anyone else feel like their tailbone is broken? It's a combination of that, plus nerve pain that makes it hurt right above my right butt cheek. My OB basically said "that's how it goes" and offered no relief. I am taking yoga, but it doesn't help!! I've tried rocking back and forth on the floor in fetal position thinking that would help work it out, but it just kills and makes it hard to get back up. Wah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rss73 View Post
    I know I said I wouldn't complain after all I went through to get here, BUT, my lower back is killing me!! It comes and goes, but seems to be painful more regularly. Ugh. Anyone else feel like their tailbone is broken? It's a combination of that, plus nerve pain that makes it hurt right above my right butt cheek. My OB basically said "that's how it goes" and offered no relief. I am taking yoga, but it doesn't help!! I've tried rocking back and forth on the floor in fetal position thinking that would help work it out, but it just kills and makes it hard to get back up. Wah!
    I totally know how you feel! I seem to recall saying something along the lines of I wouldn't care if I had morning sickness all day if I could just be pregnant. But alas,we are only human....


    Maybe try some heat. I get an awful pain in my back too. Mine is on the right side,upper middle. Sometimes it will spread across all of my back too. Rubbing can help,but mostly only heat. Hope you can find something to make you feel better.

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    Hello Pregnant Friends!!! Rhonda I'm so thankful you started this thread! I love that we can all keep up with each other and let our tickers show proudly! I think it's fantastic there are so many of us that have graduated from the IVF room. It makes me so happy.

    I can't believe how far along you all are - not seeing the tickers in the IVF room made me forget. It's so exciting you're all experiencing kicks, etc! I can't wait until we're at that stage.

    Rhonda, how did your doctor's appointment go today? Did they confirm the pain is just stretching?

    Sarah, Melissa, Sylvia, Katie, Rachel - Hello!!!!! I'm so glad you're doing so well.

    In case you didn't see it in the other thread, we lost Baby B, but Baby A is doing great. She/he measured 8 weeks 6 days yesterday and had a HB of 175. No more signs of bleeding and I graduated to my OB - . I have an u/s scheduled with my OB next Thurs. My RE works down the hall from my OB and she'd (RE) like it if I were scanned weekly until we're through the 1st trimester. I'll call today or tomorrow to schedule my NT scan with a peri i was recommended to.

    My m/s seems to have calmed down a bit. I think the trick is that I have to sit completely still right after I eat. I'm nauseous, but I seem to get sick only when I'm moving around - has any one else experienced that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cakegal View Post
    I totally know how you feel! I seem to recall saying something along the lines of I wouldn't care if I had morning sickness all day if I could just be pregnant. But alas,we are only human....


    Maybe try some heat. I get an awful pain in my back too. Mine is on the right side,upper middle. Sometimes it will spread across all of my back too. Rubbing can help,but mostly only heat. Hope you can find something to make you feel better.
    Sarah - I'll try some heat, bc rubbing doesn't seem to help. I bet the center pain is a nerve thing, too. I mentioned it in my yoga class last night and every single mom-to-be has the same pain!! I guess I am going to just have to make peace with it!

    Quote Originally Posted by HighHopesMama View Post
    Hello Pregnant Friends!!! Rhonda I'm so thankful you started this thread! I love that we can all keep up with each other and let our tickers show proudly! I think it's fantastic there are so many of us that have graduated from the IVF room. It makes me so happy.

    I can't believe how far along you all are - not seeing the tickers in the IVF room made me forget. It's so exciting you're all experiencing kicks, etc! I can't wait until we're at that stage.

    Rhonda, how did your doctor's appointment go today? Did they confirm the pain is just stretching?

    Sarah, Melissa, Sylvia, Katie, Rachel - Hello!!!!! I'm so glad you're doing so well.

    In case you didn't see it in the other thread, we lost Baby B, but Baby A is doing great. She/he measured 8 weeks 6 days yesterday and had a HB of 175. No more signs of bleeding and I graduated to my OB - . I have an u/s scheduled with my OB next Thurs. My RE works down the hall from my OB and she'd (RE) like it if I were scanned weekly until we're through the 1st trimester. I'll call today or tomorrow to schedule my NT scan with a peri i was recommended to.

    My m/s seems to have calmed down a bit. I think the trick is that I have to sit completely still right after I eat. I'm nauseous, but I seem to get sick only when I'm moving around - has any one else experienced that?
    Michelle - Welcome! We've been waiting for you! Glad to hear the m/s is on the way out. Mine was short-lived, too, only a couple weeks and only queasiness (I was so lucky).

    Don't you love seeing all the tickers?? I remember a lot of us being on the other side a year ago and longer and look at us now!

    Really jealous of your weekly u/s's! Can't wait to hear how the next one goes. Are you getting pictures? I remember the little arm and leg buds at 9 weeks, but then by 12 it was looking like a real baby! It's just amazing how it all develops, and so quickly!

    Rhonda - Any updates?

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    Yay Michele! Welcome

    Rhonda~ I'm looking for your update....

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    Hi Michelle,
    I am so sorry you lost baby B, but happy baby A is doing fine! Glad the m/s is getting better, or at least manageable. That is great that you are now with your ob! I am with the ob also now, but I have to go see a fetal medicine group for high risk. I am of advanced maternal age, lol. But I get a scan at 16 weeks then again at 20. It is nice that you will get weekly scans.

    Take it easy!

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    Ladies, just wanted to wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving tomorrow!! Please eat some carbs for me!!

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    Ladies I am reaching out for some positiveness here!!!! I have a friend that went through IVF and got her test results today POSITIVE but her HCG was 44.42 which they told her they really like for it to be higher than 50. Did anyone have these numbers and it continue to be a viable pregnancy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by runnergirl View Post
    Hi Michelle,
    I am so sorry you lost baby B, but happy baby A is doing fine! Glad the m/s is getting better, or at least manageable. That is great that you are now with your ob! I am with the ob also now, but I have to go see a fetal medicine group for high risk. I am of advanced maternal age, lol. But I get a scan at 16 weeks then again at 20. It is nice that you will get weekly scans.

    Take it easy!

    Sylvia
    Thanks, Sylvia! I was laughing because just after I finished posting, I had a wicked bout of morning sickness, so my theories are out the window! I was sick for the rest of the day and ended up dry-heaving outside Target into some bushes after dinner. I'm so happy to be sick I really don't care, though! I'm also going to see a peri for my NT screening at 12 weeks and then I get scanned again I think around 20 weeks (it might be earlier, not sure). I'm 38, which they also consider high risk. My RE says the NT scan should be fine, though, since all our genetic tests came back clear. I think I will be nervous if they want to do something more invasive. KUP on what your specialist says. Oh and congrats on being able to run! I can't wait to get the all clear to work out.

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    Sarah - I'll try some heat, bc rubbing doesn't seem to help. I bet the center pain is a nerve thing, too. I mentioned it in my yoga class last night and every single mom-to-be has the same pain!! I guess I am going to just have to make peace with it!


    Michelle - Welcome! We've been waiting for you! Glad to hear the m/s is on the way out. Mine was short-lived, too, only a couple weeks and only queasiness (I was so lucky).

    Don't you love seeing all the tickers?? I remember a lot of us being on the other side a year ago and longer and look at us now!

    Really jealous of your weekly u/s's! Can't wait to hear how the next one goes. Are you getting pictures? I remember the little arm and leg buds at 9 weeks, but then by 12 it was looking like a real baby! It's just amazing how it all develops, and so quickly!

    Rhonda - Any updates?
    Sorry you're having so much pain. Can you do a little acupuncture to relax the nerve? I don't remember if you had an acupuncturist near you that you liked. I love this new thread and being able to watch all your tickets. I know - I'm so excited we've all graduated to being pregnant. It is such a joyful (and of course stressful) time. It makes everything seem so surreal. I believe my weekly ultrasounds will stop once I hit the 2nd trimester, but I'm addicted to them I swear! I got a picture yesterday, but couldn't make out the arm buds really (it was 2 days before 9 weeks and is a bit fuzzy). I'll be 10 weeks for my next scan and can't wait to see the progress.

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    Yay Michele! Welcome

    Rhonda~ I'm looking for your update....
    Thanks, Sarah! I saw your photos and you look gorgeous!! I love your belly!!

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    Ladies, just wanted to wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving tomorrow!! Please eat some carbs for me!!
    Will do, Rachel! Are you an American living in the UK? Sorry if I missed that info earlier...My mom lives there half the year and my DH and I are working on moving over for a short period in a few years. We love it over there.

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    Ladies I am reaching out for some positiveness here!!!! I have a friend that went through IVF and got her test results today POSITIVE but her HCG was 44.42 which they told her they really like for it to be higher than 50. Did anyone have these numbers and it continue to be a viable pregnancy?
    I've also heard that as long as it is over 5, a pregnancy can happen. It sounds like they tested early, according to your second post. Praying her numbers take a huge jump in 2 days. Praying for her.

    Rhonda - how are you doing today? What'd the doctor say?
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    Melissa, the first time I got PG my beta was under 50, and it didn't last. This time it was 247. I know this isn't really the positiveness you were looking for, but they always say over 5 is a BFP, so she should try to stay positive. You never know what will happen... Think of all those miracle babies that were behind and the chances weren't good, and they caught up.. Like your story, right?

    Anyway, had to post to say your boys are SO CUTE!!!!!

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