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  • kiki75kiki75
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    @KristoKekerooni Hahahaha. Sounds like when we're trying to have my dad follow us anywhere. The man who taught me to drive five over now putzes along like nobody's business. We'll start going the speed limit and then have to slow down because we're losing him. If I had to follow you to the bar, I'd probably tailgate you. But I'd still buy you a drink once we got there. ;) 
        
    Me: 34 DH: 38
    Married: June 2011
    TTC since Feb 2016
    BFP#1: 7/7/16 MMC: 8/16/16 
    BFP#2: 5/8/17 - CP
    BFP#3: 6/27/17 EDD: 3/10/18
    KristoKekerooniizza2
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  • @KristoKekerooni - I don't live in Vegas, but I have driven there and it's rough. I'm in an East Coast city. Here we are notorious for being right on the bumper in front of us at red lights. It was weird to me at first, because DANGER, but I realized that people do that to allow the most people to get through a light because there are SO MANY CARS HERE (we're famous for having a really shitty public transit system). I don't get mad when people leave a space, unless there's a car left in the intersection because of it (which I get is technically the other driver's fault) or the space is preventing me from turning into my neighborhood (which happens to me on the regular).
    KristoKekerooniizza2
  • @msmeeseeks - That's understandable. I live in a tiny town now, so that's not an issue here. And If I see someone is prevented from turning, or getting into the turn lane or whatever, I will scootch up till they can fit through. I also am annoyingly considerate  when people are trying to turn, but traffic is too much. I always stop for them, especially on places that I know are impossible to get out of. My h hates it
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    Diagnoses: RPL, Endometriosis, MFI (count, morph, DNI, DNAS, multiple bilateral subclinical varicoceles), low progesterone
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    BFP: 3 May 2015, loss confirmed 4 June 2015
    BFP: 15 August 2015, loss confirmed 23 August 2015
    BFP: 16 November 2015, loss confirmed 22 November 2015
    BFP: 18 July 2016, loss confirmed same day
    BFP: 04 March 2018, loss confirmed 23 March 2018
    BFP: 12 June 2018, TWINS; D&C 06 July 2018
    TTC History (TW):
    3 losses in 2015
    Met with OBGYN in January 2016
    Me: all clear, H: OAT
    November 2016: HSG = All Clear!
    January 2017: H tested again,  High DNA fragmentation and stainability
    February 2017: Clomid + TI + Progesterone = BFN
    March 2017: Clomid + HCG + IUI + Progesterone = SA/wash: zero count on attempt #1, <1,000 on attempt #2= BFN
    Varicocele Embolization- 5 May 17
    December 2017 SA: Zero improvement after embolization
    January IVF- 25 retrieved, 11 mature, 8 fertilized, 3 frozen day fives (3AA, 3AA, 3AA), 1 frozen day 6 (5BB), 1 frozen day 7 (3CC)
    Three PGS normal (3AA, 3AA, 5BB), one inconclusive (3AA)
    FET #1: 27 February 2018, 3AA & 5BB, one stuck! BFP 04 March 2018.... Loss confirmed 23 March 2018
    May 2018: SHG/SIS = all clear "beautiful uterus"
    FET #2: 04 June 2018, 3AA PGS normal embryo, 3AA PGS hatching inconclusive embryo. 
    BFP: 12 June 2018, EDD 20 February 2019
    Ultrasound, 25 June 2018: There are two
    Lost Baby A 02 July 2018
    Baby B not growing, D&C 06 July 2018
    Laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, chromotubation: 23 July 2018: blocked right tube, heavily inflamed, covered in endo. Removed right tube. Removed more endo from uterus, tubes, ovaries. Endo remains on bladder and bowel. 
    Next Up:
    TTC Naturally, possibly IUIs for remainder of 2018. 
    ER#2 ~Jan 2019
            

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  • I have another confession: I may be chickening out on my desire to do rock climbing. I was so gung ho about it over the weekend and earlier this week, but I'm starting to wonder if it's really for me or not. The guy from the rock climbing place called me back but I didn't answer because I didn't recognize the number, and I haven't called back yet. I feel like maybe it's a bit much with my current exercise routine. Idk...

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  • @lulu1180 liability varies by state. Sometimes it's as you said, sometimes it's doled out by percent of fault. 
    Me: 30 // DH: 30
    TTC #1: July 2016
    BFP - Sept 2016 // MC - Sept 2016
    TTC #1 (version 2.0): May 2017
    BFP - Sept 2017 // EDD - June 2, 2018 // DD born June 6, 2018
    vflux33
  • @KristoKekerooni +1 to what @lulu1180 said for Arizona. I was the middle car in an accident like that when I lived there and was not held responsible. (Of course we were stopped at a red light so there was no room for accusations of following too closely or anything like that.)
    Me: 34 H: 37
    Dating: 2003 Married: 2010
    TTC #1: Started April 2016
    Dx: Unexplained Infertility  Dx: NIR PCOS
    Twin boys born by unplanned c section 2/22/18


    lulu1180izza2
  • @doxiemoxie212 I know some states have no-fault laws (although I believe none of those states have pure no-fault) where injury of passengers is covered by the policy of the vehicle owner.  But what @KristoKekerooni was talking about wasn't no-fault because she was saying that the person in the middle could be considered at fault when they were pushed into another car.


    "It's time to try defying gravity."

    Me: 38  DH: 38
    Married 6/11/16
    TTC Since 6/2016
    12/2016 RE appt; 1/2017 SA & HSG results - all normal
    3/2017 Dx Hyperprolactinemia; 5/2017 Prolactin levels normal; 8/2017 Low Ovarian Reserve
    8/2017 TTA for personal reasons; 10/2017 NTNP; 12/2017 Re-start TTC
    7/2018 Clomid+IUI
    11/2018 Letrozole+TI
    12/2018 Letrozole+IUI
    2/2019 NTNP
    5/2019 Stopping all TTC efforts; living Childfree
    izza2
  • purplepelicanpurplepelican
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    edited June 2017
    @msmeeseeks I know, I know..... And DH will give me SO much sh*t if I don't do it..... (mainly bc I gave him so much sh*t when I kicked his a** at mountain climbing last hike)

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  • @lulu1180 I am by no means an expert, but I feel like I've had a lot of friends in CA where instead of each person blaming car 1, they each have to blame the person who directly impacted them so it's like a chain reaction of blame that ends in the same result but is a much larger headache? I don't know. I also feel like when DH was studying for the NY bar they talked about it, but I was not paying attention enough. So I could definitely be wrong for this situation. 
    Me: 30 // DH: 30
    TTC #1: July 2016
    BFP - Sept 2016 // MC - Sept 2016
    TTC #1 (version 2.0): May 2017
    BFP - Sept 2017 // EDD - June 2, 2018 // DD born June 6, 2018
    vflux33izza2
  • @doxiemoxie212 It's quite possible.  Unfortunately, I am the most well versed in Ohio insurance laws and I also know that CA is kind of a PITA state (as is NY, NJ and FL) when it comes to insurance.  *shrug*


    "It's time to try defying gravity."

    Me: 38  DH: 38
    Married 6/11/16
    TTC Since 6/2016
    12/2016 RE appt; 1/2017 SA & HSG results - all normal
    3/2017 Dx Hyperprolactinemia; 5/2017 Prolactin levels normal; 8/2017 Low Ovarian Reserve
    8/2017 TTA for personal reasons; 10/2017 NTNP; 12/2017 Re-start TTC
    7/2018 Clomid+IUI
    11/2018 Letrozole+TI
    12/2018 Letrozole+IUI
    2/2019 NTNP
    5/2019 Stopping all TTC efforts; living Childfree
    vflux33izza2leekat14
  • @lulu1180 - Yeah here, if it was car #1 hit car #2, which caused car #2 to hit car #3, car #1 is only responsible for the hit to car#2. Car #2 was responsible for car #3. The exception to this is if it was a high speed hit. A regular rear end, though, would be like I said. The law here clearly states you have to leave a  certain amount of space between cars to prevent chain reactions. At least it was worded that way when I got my license...
    TTC #1 since September 2014
    Diagnoses: RPL, Endometriosis, MFI (count, morph, DNI, DNAS, multiple bilateral subclinical varicoceles), low progesterone
    Check out my Infertility blog 
    Check out my Infertility Instagram

    Loss History (TW):
    BFP: 3 May 2015, loss confirmed 4 June 2015
    BFP: 15 August 2015, loss confirmed 23 August 2015
    BFP: 16 November 2015, loss confirmed 22 November 2015
    BFP: 18 July 2016, loss confirmed same day
    BFP: 04 March 2018, loss confirmed 23 March 2018
    BFP: 12 June 2018, TWINS; D&C 06 July 2018
    TTC History (TW):
    3 losses in 2015
    Met with OBGYN in January 2016
    Me: all clear, H: OAT
    November 2016: HSG = All Clear!
    January 2017: H tested again,  High DNA fragmentation and stainability
    February 2017: Clomid + TI + Progesterone = BFN
    March 2017: Clomid + HCG + IUI + Progesterone = SA/wash: zero count on attempt #1, <1,000 on attempt #2= BFN
    Varicocele Embolization- 5 May 17
    December 2017 SA: Zero improvement after embolization
    January IVF- 25 retrieved, 11 mature, 8 fertilized, 3 frozen day fives (3AA, 3AA, 3AA), 1 frozen day 6 (5BB), 1 frozen day 7 (3CC)
    Three PGS normal (3AA, 3AA, 5BB), one inconclusive (3AA)
    FET #1: 27 February 2018, 3AA & 5BB, one stuck! BFP 04 March 2018.... Loss confirmed 23 March 2018
    May 2018: SHG/SIS = all clear "beautiful uterus"
    FET #2: 04 June 2018, 3AA PGS normal embryo, 3AA PGS hatching inconclusive embryo. 
    BFP: 12 June 2018, EDD 20 February 2019
    Ultrasound, 25 June 2018: There are two
    Lost Baby A 02 July 2018
    Baby B not growing, D&C 06 July 2018
    Laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, chromotubation: 23 July 2018: blocked right tube, heavily inflamed, covered in endo. Removed right tube. Removed more endo from uterus, tubes, ovaries. Endo remains on bladder and bowel. 
    Next Up:
    TTC Naturally, possibly IUIs for remainder of 2018. 
    ER#2 ~Jan 2019
            

    izza2
  • Okay, not exactly how I explained it, but here is our law:

    Even if one driver started the chain-reaction that caused an accident, they may not bear all the liability. Missouri uses the doctrine of comparative negligence, where each driver may be assigned a different percentage of blame in an accident.
    Say, for example, three cars were involved in an accident at an intersection: A, B and C.
    Car A was stopped at a red light, with B also stopped behind her.
    The driver of car C was not paying attention and rear-ended B, pushing B into A. All three cars were damaged.
    After the investigation, it was determined that B was too close to A, thus they share some of the blame.
    Car A would be assigned 0 percent, car B might be assigned 20 percent and car C would be assigned 80 percent.


    TTC #1 since September 2014
    Diagnoses: RPL, Endometriosis, MFI (count, morph, DNI, DNAS, multiple bilateral subclinical varicoceles), low progesterone
    Check out my Infertility blog 
    Check out my Infertility Instagram

    Loss History (TW):
    BFP: 3 May 2015, loss confirmed 4 June 2015
    BFP: 15 August 2015, loss confirmed 23 August 2015
    BFP: 16 November 2015, loss confirmed 22 November 2015
    BFP: 18 July 2016, loss confirmed same day
    BFP: 04 March 2018, loss confirmed 23 March 2018
    BFP: 12 June 2018, TWINS; D&C 06 July 2018
    TTC History (TW):
    3 losses in 2015
    Met with OBGYN in January 2016
    Me: all clear, H: OAT
    November 2016: HSG = All Clear!
    January 2017: H tested again,  High DNA fragmentation and stainability
    February 2017: Clomid + TI + Progesterone = BFN
    March 2017: Clomid + HCG + IUI + Progesterone = SA/wash: zero count on attempt #1, <1,000 on attempt #2= BFN
    Varicocele Embolization- 5 May 17
    December 2017 SA: Zero improvement after embolization
    January IVF- 25 retrieved, 11 mature, 8 fertilized, 3 frozen day fives (3AA, 3AA, 3AA), 1 frozen day 6 (5BB), 1 frozen day 7 (3CC)
    Three PGS normal (3AA, 3AA, 5BB), one inconclusive (3AA)
    FET #1: 27 February 2018, 3AA & 5BB, one stuck! BFP 04 March 2018.... Loss confirmed 23 March 2018
    May 2018: SHG/SIS = all clear "beautiful uterus"
    FET #2: 04 June 2018, 3AA PGS normal embryo, 3AA PGS hatching inconclusive embryo. 
    BFP: 12 June 2018, EDD 20 February 2019
    Ultrasound, 25 June 2018: There are two
    Lost Baby A 02 July 2018
    Baby B not growing, D&C 06 July 2018
    Laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, chromotubation: 23 July 2018: blocked right tube, heavily inflamed, covered in endo. Removed right tube. Removed more endo from uterus, tubes, ovaries. Endo remains on bladder and bowel. 
    Next Up:
    TTC Naturally, possibly IUIs for remainder of 2018. 
    ER#2 ~Jan 2019
            

    izza2
  • @KristoKekerooni That's very interesting!!  I know Ohio has laws about how much distance you're supposed to leave (not sure what it is though tbh) but that's only because I know a lot of time people will get cited for assured clear distance when they rear end another person in an accident.


    "It's time to try defying gravity."

    Me: 38  DH: 38
    Married 6/11/16
    TTC Since 6/2016
    12/2016 RE appt; 1/2017 SA & HSG results - all normal
    3/2017 Dx Hyperprolactinemia; 5/2017 Prolactin levels normal; 8/2017 Low Ovarian Reserve
    8/2017 TTA for personal reasons; 10/2017 NTNP; 12/2017 Re-start TTC
    7/2018 Clomid+IUI
    11/2018 Letrozole+TI
    12/2018 Letrozole+IUI
    2/2019 NTNP
    5/2019 Stopping all TTC efforts; living Childfree
    izza2
  • jrm_14jrm_14
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    @kbamomma33 That is totally me with other drivers.  Everyone is going somewhere, and you never know where it where they are coming from.  MH, on the other hand, is the total opposite. We are currently on the way to an MLB game across the state & the air is being littered with, "GET OUT OF THE PASSING LANE, YOU MORON!", "MOVE OVER!", "STOP TAPPING YOUR BREAKS.  This isn't ______(insert nearby state)." and the likes.  :s


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  • @lurvleybunchococonuts Same. If I'm out, I (usually) wear underwear, but when I'm home no underwear. Ever.
    Me: 38 DH:39
    TTC #2 - August 2016
    MFI
    IUI #1-3 BFN 

    Heart Mom - DS 3/15/13
    BFP 4/21/18 MMC 6/11/18
    lurvleybunchococonutsizza2
  • I do this all.the.time.  And then forget to clean it. And then my husband complains that somehow my hair ends up in his ass crack  :D
    I just died laughing.  
    Baby #1 January 2015
     MC 02/16/2017
     MC 03/31/2017
    Baby #2: March 2018
    Baby #3 EDD: January 24th 2020
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  • @jsnakehole lmao long dresses + hot weather = no underwear. If there no risk of accidentally mooning the world than let it breath!

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    Married: March 2016
    TTC #1/IUD out January 2017
    PCOS dx January 2018
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    KristoKekerooniizza2
  • @kmalls I've been doing the same thing....

    kmallsvflux33izza2
  • @kmalls I'm bored at work. Challenge accepted.

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    Married DH: 2013
    DD: Dec 2015
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