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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody1982 View Post
    I take cardiprin... I'm not sure if there's a difference, but I just take one a day from o to af... Or to bfp and beyond
    Thanks Woody - I might grab that brand just to make sure - it's not like it's expensive compared to everything else! I'm hoping for the second option this month - the bfp and beyond!!!

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    Good luck! Fingers crossed for you xo

    About the clexane and taking it after first scan... Why is that? Just because I haven't had an early scan with good news since I lost my baby at 20 weeks 2 years ago.

    I've also got steroids to take too, I don't want to start too early but I also don't want it to be too late :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody1982 View Post
    Good luck! Fingers crossed for you xo

    About the clexane and taking it after first scan... Why is that? Just because I haven't had an early scan with good news since I lost my baby at 20 weeks 2 years ago.

    I've also got steroids to take too, I don't want to start too early but I also don't want it to be too late :/
    It probably depends on the specialist. I met with my haematologist/obs back in March and they mentioned scan before beginning clexane. Pretty sure they will do it at first appt when they give script for clexane - probably just to also check that bubs is where they should be and not ectopic or anything. Also piece of mind to calm our nerves. As far as I know the early scans are just to try and alleviate some stress/anxiety that we will have in our pregnancies. I fell after losing a cherub at 19 weeks, and was quite paranoid the whole time. Unfortunately both bubs also passed, but was not on any meds at the time - hoping they will make the difference...when we can finally fall again.

    Hope you get in real quick woody - have you called?

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    She gave me all my scripts to fill once I got a bfp so I just booked my gp for tomorrow to show me how but now I remember my friends boyfriend uses it for clots in his legs so she will show me tonight what to do

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    Congrats! I just got my bfp yesterday too! Been to the gp today for bloods. I actually had to start clexane from cd 14, so before a bfp. It seems every doc is different but from what I have read waiting until 6-7 weeks for a viability scan is too late. I would start injecting today, especially if your doc already gave you the scripts. I find it pretty easy, I ice the area for about 5 mins before hand then pinch a big section of stomach and put the needle straight in. Inject the liquid slowly then take out the needle. Don't rub the area afterwards. I have had barely any pain or bruising using this method so hope it works for you too

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    Awesome thanks timetoshine. So jab the whole length in before pushing the liquid out? I am such a wimp. I thought it would be easy till I actually took them out of the box and they look so.... Big

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    So there's no way that i will hit an organ right? Lol...

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    Yep the whole length straight in. Don't do it on an angle. Try and make sure to grab a nice fatty bit. I was so scared for the first one but I really don't care now! Oh and also make sure you change where you inject each day and don't inject into a bruised area

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    Ok thank you. Finally a use for my fatty bits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody1982 View Post
    So there's no way that i will hit an organ right? Lol...
    Lol! I haven't yet... I grab a nice fatty bit of tummy, i have plenty of that! 😉


 

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