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    what to bring/not forget for labor/delivery!

    Would appreciate your advice wise ladies! Please list !!
    38, FSH 20, AMH .36
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    FET 1/24/14 5AA day 5 blast
    betas 9dp5dt 221; 13dp5dt 1010; 17dp 4096 saw HB; 24dp 19,462 saw HB
    due 10/12/14


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    Also- I wish I had had a sign made like - mom and baby resting, please come back later or call- etc etc. There were sooooo many times I had just started to sleep that someone would just drop by to see the baby. Since I was a section, after day 1 I was so exhausted from every 2 hours breastfeeding, I was a zombie. Literally the guests were non stop coming to visit and I was just soooooo sleepy. It was very miserable.
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