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OMG. To think what some women have to go through to have a baby! I really hope you get better and are out soon.
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OMG. To think what some women have to go through to have a baby! I really hope you get better and are out soon.
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I really hope it's just random bleeding. Hospital scares the crap out of me.

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Oh, I'm sorry to hear. What happened to you? I hope you get out of there soon!

Since you have a little spare time I urge you to consider replying to my thread.
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Oh, I'm sorry to hear. What happened to you? I hope you get out of there soon!

Since you have a little spare time I urge you to consider replying to my thread.
Still waiting for a scan to see what's wrong with me.

What thread?

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Still waiting for a scan to see what's wrong with me.

What thread?

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Don't worry, it probably be anything incurable like cancer, ebola or hiv. Why don't you take a nice long nap?


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Don't worry, it probably be anything incurable like cancer, ebola or hiv. Why don't you take a nice long nap?


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None of them I have.



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Get well soon . What meds you on?
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None of them I have.



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And not reply to my thread, you will :'(
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Get well soon . What meds you on?
I was on morphine and anti sickness tablets.



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And not reply to my thread, you will :'(
I got called for my scan


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I got called for my scan


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Oh sorry. How was it? O_O
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Oh sorry. How was it? O_O
Bit of bad news and possibly good news

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Bit of bad news and possibly good news

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Would it be inappropriate to ask you the details?
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Would it be inappropriate to ask you the details?
Polycystic ovaries and possible pregnancy (but too early to confirm )

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jesus christ, that sucks. Get well soon
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Pcos? I think people (who have it) are born with this condition.
But anyways all the best hun
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Ovaries should be cured in no time.


And on the bright side, if you get pregnant you can just live off the state or marry a man and enslave him using family courts... so there's no need to worry!
There's much that could be done for polycystic ovaries.

I have been married for 3 years and I have enough money to support a child should we get divorced so no need for family courts or state money.

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jesus christ, that sucks. Get well soon
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There's much that could be done for polycystic ovaries.

I have been married for 3 years and I have enough money to support a child should we get divorced so no need for family courts or state money.

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Yeah but who wouldn't want half their husbands salary when its so readily available?
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Yeah but who wouldn't want half their husbands salary when its so readily available?
I wouldn't since I didn't earn it. He did. If he chooses to contribute to his child's upbringing then he can pay for school or set up a trust.

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