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    • sexymouse
    • By sexymouse 13th Apr 16, 12:29 PM
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    sexymouse
    Official Trying to Conceive - Thread 13
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    • 13th Apr 16, 12:29 PM
    Official Trying to Conceive - Thread 13 13th Apr 16 at 12:29 PM
    This is the new thread for those trying for a baby.
    The previous one is here:
    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5143999

    Please be aware that this is a thread for those trying to conceive. If you wish to announce a pregnancy (or are only a couple of days from testing) and you have never used this thread before, please either wait until CD1 or use the less than 12 weeks pregnant thread. Hormones can run high on here (nature of the thread!) so please be sensitive. Many thanks!

    List of Users
    Alex_88 TTC #1 since 09/15
    angel11 (34) TTC #1 Since 08/15
    Apple1985 (30) TTC #1 Since 12/15
    big5
    (33) TTC #2 Since 2/16
    cats2012 (27) TTC #1 Since 05/15
    Clarabell1984 (31) TTC #1 Since 09/15
    easilydistracted (33) TTC#1 Since 01/16
    Keekee (38) TTC #1 Since 05/15
    MancMama4 (35) TTC #1 () Since 04/15
    Meepmeep (40) TTC #1 Since 01/16
    Midget1907 (29) TTC #1 Since 09/15
    Milliebob (27) TTC #2 Since 05/15
    newthrift (25) TTC #1 Since 11/15
    pinkpetal (36) TTC #1 Since 10/15
    sexymouse (32) TTC #3 (
    ) Since 02/16
    Tinks05 (27) TTC #1 Since 03/16
    VicVics (29) TTC #2 Since 04/16

    Those with * used Preseed/Conceive Plus

    Thread Graduates
    big5 BFP 15/6/16
    sexymouse BFP 4/6/16
    newthrift BFP 23/5/16
    VicVics BFP 16/5/16
    MancMama4 BFP 29/4/16
    pinkpetal BFP 24/4/16
    Apple1985 BFP 19/4/16
    Tinks05 BFP 18/4/16

    Link to abbreviations courtesy of MadMac from previous threads - http://www.tryingtoconceive.com/abbrevs.htm

    The most common ones are:

    AF - Aunt Flo (period)
    BFP - Big Fat Positive (+ on home pregnancy test)
    BD - Baby dance (making babies)
    CBFM - Clearblue fertility monitor
    CD - Cycle date (CD1 is the 1st day of period)
    DPO - Days past ovulation (if ovulation was on CD15, then that is 0DPO, CD16 is 1DPO)
    HPT - Home Pregnancy Test
    IC - Internet cheapie (IC OPKs, hpts)
    NTNP - Not trying not preventing (pregnancy)
    OV - ovulation
    OPK - ovulation predictor kits
    SBDTA - Sticky baby dust to all
    SS - symptom spotting
    Temp - temperature (BBT)
    TLP - Tiny little positive (faint positive on pregnancy test)

    Also, an useful website telling you when to test, when you are ovulating and how the egg is developing etc found by Smash7 is here: http://www.pregnology.com

    This website is also useful http://www.pregnancyloss.info/sperm_meets_egg_plan.htm
    It details the Sperm Meets Egg Plan (SMEP) which some have found helpful in conceiving.

    Some TMI cm pics here:
    http://www.fertilityuk.org/nfps401.html

    Drugs you can take when pregnant
    Some CBFM FAQs
    Vitamins and minerals that can aid conception and pregnancy

    Sensitivity of home pregnancy tests (lower = more sensitive, earlier results)
    Superdrug Own Brand (pink box - states can use 4 days before late AF on box) 10mIU
    First Vue dip tests (poundland) - 20mIU
    One step midstream (ALDI) - 25mIU
    Clearblue - 25mIU
    Clearblue Digital - 50mIU
    First response early response - 12.5mIU
    Boots own brand - 25mIU/50mIU
    Sainsburys own - 15mIU
    Tesco own - 25mIU
    ASDA own - 25mIU
    CBD with conception indicator - 25mIU

    There is no such thing as a silly question, so please ask anything you are curious about. Many of us have 'been there done that' and many of our graduates still read this thread and are happy to offer advice when it is needed and relevant.

    As with everything deemed medical, we cannot offer medical advice, so please visit or call your GP if you have any concerns or questions. Getting a preconception check up is recommended and allows your GP to know that you're trying for a baby as well as identifying and rectifying any issues or problems that may interfere with a pregnancy before you conceive.
    Last edited by sexymouse; 19-06-2016 at 9:06 PM.
    Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.
    I married Moon 8/4/2011, baby boy born 26/9/2012, Poppy born 8/11/2015, rainbow baby boy born 11/2/2017
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    • firebird082
    • By firebird082 13th Jul 17, 8:39 AM
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    firebird082
    Just popping back to say huge congratulations to Cherry and Rachy - so pleased to hear your positive news. All the very best for happy and healthy pregnancies for both of you xx
    • KateySW
    • By KateySW 13th Jul 17, 10:00 AM
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    KateySW
    Thanks for all the advice everyone
    It seems so daft to be anxious about it so early on... I'm definitely going to be taking your advice and distracting myself. I've got quite a while to go until I could find out in either case!
    Nice to see some lovely news on here though, congrats Cherry and Rachy!
    • Cherry Gale
    • By Cherry Gale 13th Jul 17, 10:16 AM
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    Cherry Gale
    Congratulations Rachylou! Wonderful news, hope the next weeks are not too nerve wracking until your early scan time. I'm feeling positive now, but may end up paying for an early scan if the waiting gets too much. Given I had a missed miscarriage before, I'd rather pick up on it sooner rather than later if it occurs.

    Thanks for all the congratulations!
    • kirtsypoos
    • By kirtsypoos 13th Jul 17, 11:27 AM
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    kirtsypoos
    TTC Thread

    Two Week Wait (BFP Hopefuls)
    CD19 kirtsypoos - 4 dpo
    CD?? KateySW - 4 dpo
    CD31 spooney7 - ??dpo
    CD40 Sulphate - 18 dpo
    CD59 thrift360 - ?? dpo

    "If in doubt - BD" Zone
    CD72 ButterflyBabe - awaiting ov

    "Wine and Chocolate" zone
    CD2 LKRDN_Morgan
    CD3 athensgeorgia
    CD3 Toots14
    CD5 Chelle22
    CD5 Zeni


    Those we haven't heard from in a while[B]
    easilydistracted
    dragoneye454
    DSM348
    twigpig

    Those with * sometimes uses conceive plus/preseed.
    The names in blue has a link to their Fertility Friend chart.
    When posting updates, can you please do them in Magenta so it's easy to spot. This thread is all about support, so remember to click thanks on as many posts as you can! It makes us all feel loved.

    For those posting on smartphones or tablets the code for magenta is
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    Please let me know if anything needs editing (including the zone you are in) and I will try to keep up.

    Thread Graduates

    Cherry Gale 11/7/17
    Orange_Candle 11/5/17
    alipops1986 05/05/17
    samtoby
    2ba3c 25/03/17
    chickenmama 10/12/16
    PeppaCoin BFP 29/11/16
    Ratison BFP 05/11/16
    Newthrift BFP 20/10/16
    Snowscreamer BFP 15/10/16
    Firebird082 BFP 08/10/16
    Penguingirl BFP 24/09/16
    april87 BFP 22/09/16
    Keekee BFP 21/08/16
    Clarabell1984 BFP 21/7/16
    Cats2012 BFP 9/7/16
    big5 BFP 15/6/16
    sexymouse BFP 4/6/16
    VicVics BFP 16/5/16
    MancMama4 BFP 29/4/16
    pinkpetal BFP 24/4/16
    Apple1985 BFP 19/4/16
    Tinks05 BFP 18/4/16
    Last edited by kirtsypoos; 13-07-2017 at 10:05 PM.
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    • kirtsypoos
    • By kirtsypoos 13th Jul 17, 11:51 AM
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    kirtsypoos
    Morning ladies! This is such a lovely supportive thread, all the lovely posts in the past 48 hours have been heartwarming

    Sorry AF got you LKRDN_Morgan , it's never easy. Lots of chocolate for you!

    Rachy, I have added you to the graduates but if you'd rather not be on the lists please let me know

    I was looking through NHS documents yesterday and was gutted to see that my local CCG guidelines state that any fertility treatment will only be given if both of a couple have a BMI of less than 30... mine is 32 at the moment. I am quite annoyed that the Doctor didn't mention it as she knew my BMI. My infertility appointment is on 8th August so I'm hoping to lose a bit by then but it won't be the 1.5 stone that I need to get to the BMI I need, so I think they will tell me to come back in X months
    £835/3000 OH BC(72.16% PAID)
    PAID VERY, Barclaycard x2, Vanquis, Natwest, O/D, Tesco & MBNA x2 PAID LBM 24/07/15 - Debt: £835/31010.23 (97.30% paid)
    Mortgage - £162,900.00 (2017 O/P £1312.91) PAYDBX 17 #006 - £15264.59/14,539.71 Make £10 Apr £194.58 Make £10 May £159.75 Make £10 June £266.85
    • Rachylou1981
    • By Rachylou1981 13th Jul 17, 12:10 PM
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    Rachylou1981
    Congratulations Rachylou! Wonderful news, hope the next weeks are not too nerve wracking until your early scan time. I'm feeling positive now, but may end up paying for an early scan if the waiting gets too much. Given I had a missed miscarriage before, I'd rather pick up on it sooner rather than later if it occurs.

    Thanks for all the congratulations!
    Originally posted by Cherry Gale


    Congratulations to you too Cherry. We are totally in the same boat. I really hope it works out for us both. I'm trying to relax and have a 'what will be, will be' approach as I can't do anything about the outcome but can try and get the help/support I need


    Kirstypoos - Sorry but I would prefer not to be on the list, I've never been on them. Thanks
    • kirtsypoos
    • By kirtsypoos 13th Jul 17, 12:57 PM
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    kirtsypoos
    No problem Rachy, I've removed you, sorry
    Last edited by kirtsypoos; 13-07-2017 at 1:00 PM.
    £835/3000 OH BC(72.16% PAID)
    PAID VERY, Barclaycard x2, Vanquis, Natwest, O/D, Tesco & MBNA x2 PAID LBM 24/07/15 - Debt: £835/31010.23 (97.30% paid)
    Mortgage - £162,900.00 (2017 O/P £1312.91) PAYDBX 17 #006 - £15264.59/14,539.71 Make £10 Apr £194.58 Make £10 May £159.75 Make £10 June £266.85
    • Toots14
    • By Toots14 13th Jul 17, 1:47 PM
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    Toots14
    Can I be updated to CD3 please

    Think I might need an operation on my arm as ultrasound has shown two tears. One in my rotator cuff and one in my bicep so no idea what that's going to do to TTC. Got a docs appointment in a couple weeks to discuss the results but my physio is pushing for an op as my arm isn't getting better. Can hardly lift my daughter at the moment which is pretty depressing.
    • Zeni
    • By Zeni 13th Jul 17, 9:35 PM
    • 224 Posts
    • 473 Thanks
    Zeni
    Morning ladies! This is such a lovely supportive thread, all the lovely posts in the past 48 hours have been heartwarming

    I was looking through NHS documents yesterday and was gutted to see that my local CCG guidelines state that any fertility treatment will only be given if both of a couple have a BMI of less than 30... mine is 32 at the moment. I am quite annoyed that the Doctor didn't mention it as she knew my BMI. My infertility appointment is on 8th August so I'm hoping to lose a bit by then but it won't be the 1.5 stone that I need to get to the BMI I need, so I think they will tell me to come back in X months
    Originally posted by kirtsypoos
    After reading this I went and checked mine and the same got to be under 30 (which im not but oh I hope to be one day soon) and also dont get involved until after two years of unsuccessful trying eek.
    Swagbuckling since Aug 2016 - Earnings so far.. £55.
    • kirtsypoos
    • By kirtsypoos 13th Jul 17, 10:20 PM
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    kirtsypoos
    Really Zeni? It's such a postcode lottery - ours is testing after 1 year and if no problems try for a further year before any intervention and only one round of IVF/ICSI if needed. I'm almost relieved that I already have the PCOS/endo diagnosis. Never thought I'd say that.

    Sorry AF got you Toots = lots of chocs!
    £835/3000 OH BC(72.16% PAID)
    PAID VERY, Barclaycard x2, Vanquis, Natwest, O/D, Tesco & MBNA x2 PAID LBM 24/07/15 - Debt: £835/31010.23 (97.30% paid)
    Mortgage - £162,900.00 (2017 O/P £1312.91) PAYDBX 17 #006 - £15264.59/14,539.71 Make £10 Apr £194.58 Make £10 May £159.75 Make £10 June £266.85
    • kirtsypoos
    • By kirtsypoos 14th Jul 17, 11:32 AM
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    kirtsypoos
    TTC Thread

    Two Week Wait (BFP Hopefuls)
    CD20 kirtsypoos - 5 dpo
    CD?? KateySW - 5 dpo
    CD32 spooney7 - ??dpo
    CD41 Sulphate - 19 dpo
    CD60 thrift360 - ?? dpo

    "If in doubt - BD" Zone
    CD6 Chelle22 - awaiting ov
    CD6 Zeni - awaiting ov
    CD73 ButterflyBabe - awaiting ov

    "Wine and Chocolate" zone
    CD3 LKRDN_Morgan
    CD4 athensgeorgia
    CD4 Toots14



    Those we haven't heard from in a while[B]
    easilydistracted
    dragoneye454
    DSM348
    twigpig

    Those with * sometimes uses conceive plus/preseed.
    The names in blue has a link to their Fertility Friend chart.
    When posting updates, can you please do them in Magenta so it's easy to spot. This thread is all about support, so remember to click thanks on as many posts as you can! It makes us all feel loved.

    For those posting on smartphones or tablets the code for magenta is
    ([ )COLOR="magenta"( ] )your text ( [ )/COLOR ( ] ) (lose the round bracket)

    Please let me know if anything needs editing (including the zone you are in) and I will try to keep up.

    Thread Graduates

    Cherry Gale 11/7/17
    Orange_Candle 11/5/17
    alipops1986 05/05/17
    samtoby
    2ba3c 25/03/17
    chickenmama 10/12/16
    PeppaCoin BFP 29/11/16
    Ratison BFP 05/11/16
    Newthrift BFP 20/10/16
    Snowscreamer BFP 15/10/16
    Firebird082 BFP 08/10/16
    Penguingirl BFP 24/09/16
    april87 BFP 22/09/16
    Keekee BFP 21/08/16
    Clarabell1984 BFP 21/7/16
    Cats2012 BFP 9/7/16
    big5 BFP 15/6/16
    sexymouse BFP 4/6/16
    VicVics BFP 16/5/16
    MancMama4 BFP 29/4/16
    pinkpetal BFP 24/4/16
    Apple1985 BFP 19/4/16
    Tinks05 BFP 18/4/16
    £835/3000 OH BC(72.16% PAID)
    PAID VERY, Barclaycard x2, Vanquis, Natwest, O/D, Tesco & MBNA x2 PAID LBM 24/07/15 - Debt: £835/31010.23 (97.30% paid)
    Mortgage - £162,900.00 (2017 O/P £1312.91) PAYDBX 17 #006 - £15264.59/14,539.71 Make £10 Apr £194.58 Make £10 May £159.75 Make £10 June £266.85
    • MrsNubs
    • By MrsNubs 14th Jul 17, 12:33 PM
    • 46 Posts
    • 90 Thanks
    MrsNubs
    Wow, I go a few days without checking the thread and suddenly everyone's PG. Massive massive congratulations to Cherry and Rachy, I know you've both had such a tough journey and it's so wonderful to hear things are working out for you both!! Definitely gives me hope!

    Also, welcome to the newbies. Hope your stays are short!

    One of my friends rang me the other day to tell me she's 17 weeks. She's one of only 2 that know we're actively trying, so she was really worried about telling me, which is sweet of her. Obviously I'm over the moon for her, but as always it's bittersweet. She got pregnant her 3rd month of trying, whilst we're heading into month 9. It's been hard not to get down about the length of time, I never imagined it would take so long.

    OH is away this weekend on a stag do so I'm going to have a really lazy one. Then we're away next week for our 3rd Wedding anniversary. Unfortunately, OV probably won't be until the week after, which is a shame, as the time off would have been a good opportunity to get lots of BD'ing done.

    Hope everyone has a lovely weekend
    • Rachylou1981
    • By Rachylou1981 14th Jul 17, 5:35 PM
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    Rachylou1981

    I was looking through NHS documents yesterday and was gutted to see that my local CCG guidelines state that any fertility treatment will only be given if both of a couple have a BMI of less than 30... mine is 32 at the moment. I am quite annoyed that the Doctor didn't mention it as she knew my BMI. My infertility appointment is on 8th August so I'm hoping to lose a bit by then but it won't be the 1.5 stone that I need to get to the BMI I need, so I think they will tell me to come back in X months
    Originally posted by kirtsypoos
    I missed this part of your post Kirsty.

    My fertility unit said BMI less than 30 is the national limit but they will do it if less than 34 so maybe check with the unit rather than the guidelines just in case they are the national ones.

    Good luck with it all, Slimming World was great for me and I lost 1.5 stone in 6 months but this included Christmas where I fell off the wagon and put on half a stone and had to re-lose that. I've kept the weight off now too
    • kirtsypoos
    • By kirtsypoos 14th Jul 17, 10:53 PM
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    kirtsypoos
    Thanks Rachy - I'll definitely ask the question during my appointment. Well done for losing the weight, and especially keeping it off, much easier said than done!

    I'm going to give a low GI diet a go for a few weeks as a friend of mine said it was recommended to her when she was first diagnosed with PCOS and she lost 3 stone so it's worth a try, If it doesn't work for me, I will be giving Slimming World a go too as I have only heard good things!
    £835/3000 OH BC(72.16% PAID)
    PAID VERY, Barclaycard x2, Vanquis, Natwest, O/D, Tesco & MBNA x2 PAID LBM 24/07/15 - Debt: £835/31010.23 (97.30% paid)
    Mortgage - £162,900.00 (2017 O/P £1312.91) PAYDBX 17 #006 - £15264.59/14,539.71 Make £10 Apr £194.58 Make £10 May £159.75 Make £10 June £266.85
    • spooney7
    • By spooney7 16th Jul 17, 12:08 PM
    • 56 Posts
    • 105 Thanks
    spooney7
    CD1 for me.

    Feeling really crappy, but at the same time excited because if this cycle lasts the projected length, then I'll be starting Clomid almost straightaway!

    Great news for someone as impatient as I am!
    • sulphate
    • By sulphate 16th Jul 17, 1:29 PM
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    • 3,058 Thanks
    sulphate
    Congratulations Cherry and Rachy!

    I also got a BFP last week. We are cautiously happy but also apprehensive, i don't think i could go through another mc again, fingers crossed this one sticks. I've already booked an early scan!

    I will still be following this thread, i hope everyone's stays are short xxx
    • Munchkin84
    • By Munchkin84 16th Jul 17, 1:40 PM
    • 114 Posts
    • 184 Thanks
    Munchkin84
    Congrats sulphate x
    • kirtsypoos
    • By kirtsypoos 16th Jul 17, 2:50 PM
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    kirtsypoos
    Huge congrats Sulphate! BFPs seem to be like buses this week - amazing news for you all
    £835/3000 OH BC(72.16% PAID)
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    • kirtsypoos
    • By kirtsypoos 16th Jul 17, 2:53 PM
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    kirtsypoos
    TTC Thread

    Two Week Wait (BFP Hopefuls)
    CD22 kirtsypoos - 7 dpo
    CD?? KateySW - 7 dpo
    CD62 thrift360 - ?? dpo

    "If in doubt - BD" Zone
    CD6 athensgeorgia
    CD6 Toots14
    CD8 Chelle22 - awaiting ov
    CD8 Zeni - awaiting ov
    CD75 ButterflyBabe - awaiting ov

    "Wine and Chocolate" zone
    CD1 spooney7
    CD5 LKRDN_Morgan



    Those we haven't heard from in a while[B]
    easilydistracted
    dragoneye454
    DSM348
    twigpig

    Those with * sometimes uses conceive plus/preseed.
    The names in blue has a link to their Fertility Friend chart.
    When posting updates, can you please do them in Magenta so it's easy to spot. This thread is all about support, so remember to click thanks on as many posts as you can! It makes us all feel loved.

    For those posting on smartphones or tablets the code for magenta is
    ([ )COLOR="magenta"( ] )your text ( [ )/COLOR ( ] ) (lose the round bracket)

    Please let me know if anything needs editing (including the zone you are in) and I will try to keep up.

    Thread Graduates

    Sulphate 16/07/17
    Cherry Gale 11/7/17
    Orange_Candle 11/5/17
    alipops1986 05/05/17
    samtoby
    2ba3c 25/03/17
    chickenmama 10/12/16
    PeppaCoin BFP 29/11/16
    Ratison BFP 05/11/16
    Newthrift BFP 20/10/16
    Snowscreamer BFP 15/10/16
    Firebird082 BFP 08/10/16
    Penguingirl BFP 24/09/16
    april87 BFP 22/09/16
    Keekee BFP 21/08/16
    Clarabell1984 BFP 21/7/16
    Cats2012 BFP 9/7/16
    big5 BFP 15/6/16
    sexymouse BFP 4/6/16
    VicVics BFP 16/5/16
    MancMama4 BFP 29/4/16
    pinkpetal BFP 24/4/16
    Apple1985 BFP 19/4/16
    Tinks05 BFP 18/4/16
    £835/3000 OH BC(72.16% PAID)
    PAID VERY, Barclaycard x2, Vanquis, Natwest, O/D, Tesco & MBNA x2 PAID LBM 24/07/15 - Debt: £835/31010.23 (97.30% paid)
    Mortgage - £162,900.00 (2017 O/P £1312.91) PAYDBX 17 #006 - £15264.59/14,539.71 Make £10 Apr £194.58 Make £10 May £159.75 Make £10 June £266.85
    • kirtsypoos
    • By kirtsypoos 16th Jul 17, 2:54 PM
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    kirtsypoos
    Sorry AF got you Spooney but how exciting that you might be able to start clomid on your next cycle!
    £835/3000 OH BC(72.16% PAID)
    PAID VERY, Barclaycard x2, Vanquis, Natwest, O/D, Tesco & MBNA x2 PAID LBM 24/07/15 - Debt: £835/31010.23 (97.30% paid)
    Mortgage - £162,900.00 (2017 O/P £1312.91) PAYDBX 17 #006 - £15264.59/14,539.71 Make £10 Apr £194.58 Make £10 May £159.75 Make £10 June £266.85
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