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Wednesday, 30 January 2008

Day 30 and still here!

So far so good. All is well and I'm hoping that this is now edging towards a positive result. Not much else to tell on here as I'm just playing the waiting game, but no period is definately a good sign!

Oh and I had what I call the big 'O' dream this morning!! This ONLY ever happens when I'm on a 2 week wait after IVF, and considering this is a natural cycle I'm quite excited about this, it could be a good sign. Basically you go to sleep and when you wake up, I can only describe it as 'woken up by orgasm'!! So much better than a standard alarm clock :)

The embryos have been back inside me for 8 days now, only 6 more days to go until test day!!




In other news I have to rant about this as I'm sure it will directly affect me at some point, but have you read the news story today about our maternity services?? Well then here is the headline:

Maternity units turn away British mums as immigrants' baby boom costs NHS £350m

You can read the full story here

I am absolutely furious over this story, it makes my blood boil to think that I have been refused IVF treatment on the NHS, and yet they can find £350 MILLION a year to pay for bloody ILLEGAL foreigners to have their babies here. These people don't pay tax so they just get it all for free and our government rolls over and lets them. (we probably then give them a load of free cash and a house for their new babies too).

When you read things like "One hospital even had to shut its maternity ward for two months because its staff were needed elsewhere to deliver babies from foreign-born mothers." This is a hospital not far from where I live and I know people who had IVF last year who were affected by this. It makes me so angry.

If our shit head of a Prime Minister hadn't opened the floodgates to the EU - we wouldn't be faced with this problem as bad as it is and Crime would also be lower.

I could rant about this all day - but I'm going to save my sanity and go and post a comment on the Daily Mail site instead.

I would be interested to hear your thoughts - submit a comment (anyone can do this now, you don't need a login) here!

1 comment:

Vickie said...

I can't believe that our country allows our babies to be put at risk with lack of midwives just because they have to be dealing with the foreign babies being born.

THe whole situation in this country makes me sick