The value of a good Tech or Doc

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The value of a good Tech or Doc
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Thu, 07-29-2010 - 1:53pm

I had an u/s on 7/26 that was performed by an inexperienced lab tech.



 BabyFruit Ticker

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Registered: 04-02-2005
Sun, 08-01-2010 - 8:41pm

Sounds like you've got a warm cozy place all ready for some beans! (or a bean, lol)


What a moron tech. Thank goodness you were proactive and

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Registered: 01-27-2009
Sun, 08-01-2010 - 6:12pm
typo??? an errant one in the ten place?
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Registered: 01-17-2007
Sat, 07-31-2010 - 12:41pm
Wow it is getting close Mattie :)..... Sorry you had to deal with a PIA tech but the new RE was able to get the job done.



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Registered: 08-17-2007
Sat, 07-31-2010 - 11:13am
Mattie, so sorry you had to go through that undue stress. Your lining sounds perfect! All systems are go!

Susan CB



TTC #1 at age (gulp) 42

June 2008: m/c

April 2010: IVF #1 -- chemical pregnancy

June 2010: IVF #2 -- BFN

July/Aug. 2010: starting IVF #3 with estrogen priming protocol


Susan CB

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Registered: 08-19-2008
Fri, 07-30-2010 - 8:09pm

Mattie, your little frosties are going to be so happy to have you for a Mom that there is no way they won't stick around!

 

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Registered: 01-27-2004
Thu, 07-29-2010 - 8:48pm

That's good news. Isn't it interesting how some people just don't care about their jobs but they chose to work in the health field? Of course I suppose she could have just been having a

-Bridget
TTC#3 since June 2010. Me = 40 w/ PCOS; DH = 43; married 13 years.
Taking: Pre-natal, 100mg B6, 50mg Clomid, Robutussin
#1Clomid baby, born 2003. Aaron!
#2Clomid baby, lost to heart defect in 2nd trimester, 2006

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Registered: 09-13-2007
Thu, 07-29-2010 - 2:20pm

How could they not want to be snug as a bug in a rug in such a wonderful womb to meet their mommy to be.

 


 


Susan V