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Re: Just got a BFP and new to P&B? This is a beginners guide

Postby MissBid » Tue Nov 08, 2011 12:55 pm

I'm a new BFP'er (since the weekend) = just flagging this thread for myself... gonna keep it for refence - thanks a bunch, Woodstock.. :thnk
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Re: Just got a BFP and new to P&B? This is a beginners guide

Postby missussunshine » Wed Nov 09, 2011 9:03 pm

MissBid wrote:I'm a new BFP'er (since the weekend) = just flagging this thread for myself... gonna keep it for refence - thanks a bunch, Woodstock.. :thnk


Ill second that MissBid.. I got my BFP confirmed by Doc yesterday and im actually astounding myself as to how clueless i am :o0 so this is great. Thanks

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Re: Just got a BFP and new to P&B? This is a beginners guide

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Re: Just got a BFP and new to P&B? This is a beginners guide

Postby wifey24 » Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:10 pm

Thanks woodstock, this is a great post!So glad I came across it!Just wondering if they will do a scan at 7 -8 weeks is that 7-8 weeks from your last AF or 7-8 weeks from when you concieve?I am just over 4 weeks from y last AF & would be great to think I could organise a scan in 4-5 weeks time. I will go public I think but would like to pay for a scan early! :wv :wv

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Re: Just got a BFP and new to P&B? This is a beginners guide

Postby sunshinebear » Tue Sep 18, 2012 12:24 pm

great thread and gave me lots of advice, only thing is the doctor has just told me it's unsafe to eat any soft cheese. i love feta and have been eating it because i read it was safe on this thread, ooops

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Re: Just got a BFP and new to P&B? This is a beginners guide

Postby Doozer28 » Tue Sep 18, 2012 12:29 pm

Some soft cheeses are ok to eat, including feta, once it's made from pasteurised milk.
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Re: Just got a BFP and new to P&B? This is a beginners guide

Postby sunshinebear » Tue Sep 18, 2012 1:12 pm

Doozer28 wrote:Some soft cheeses are ok to eat, including feta, once it's made from pasteurised milk.


that's what the internet is telling me too, but the doc specifically said no soft cheeses even philly. she also said no mayo. might just go with the internet advice, i love feta cheese and mayo

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Re: Just got a BFP and new to P&B? This is a beginners guide

Postby Steph2 » Tue Sep 18, 2012 1:25 pm

My GP told me mayo was ok, so long as it's the type you buy in a jar, i.e. is not homemade and has been through the pasturisation process.

I hate the way different GP's tell you different things O:|
Steph xxx

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