Kiwi - Welcome to the tread. Wishing you all the best for your coming cycle on the higher dosage of pred with Dr. S. I hope that this is THE ONE and it's not required to see Dr. M.
Festival - I've been looking forward to your update and wondering how you've been going. Sorry to hear your cycle is delayed but I tend to agree with your Dr. DHEA is only really affective after being on it for 3 months so considering you only have 1 month to go and you are putting everything into it it's worth waiting another few weeks that way there are no regrets! I know how frustrating the wait is but you are definately doing the right thing.
Scruffy - Welcome to the thread. Dr. Sack's Bondi protocol is prednisolone from day 1 and then increase it after ovulation. Dr. Matthias I've heard usually starts 3 weeks prior to the transfer. Wishing you the best for your FET and that the protocol you are currently on will do the trick for this one to stick and produce a BFP.
Earthpower - Hope you had a wonderful time in Vanuatu and that you are all revived to start your new journey with Dr. M. Wishing you all the very best.
Hi to all the other ladies.
AFM: My hysteroscopy showed a few adhesions that were removed. I definately have high NK cells (CD 57) shown as in the biopsy that Dr. M confirmed (but I already knew this with Dr. S's biopsy). I also have high nk cells in the blood (CD56). The next step is to work out which protocol I'll be on. Either IVIG and neupogen or IVIG & Humira. Dr. M is reluctand to prescribe Humira due to the nasty side affects but with all the research I've done Humira is THE drug to tackle those aggressive uterine nk cells. I'm trying to gather as much info as possible to understand a bit more about neupogen and if it's worth giving it a shot or moving straight to humira (if Dr. M will approve!!!). I'm in limbo at the moment and very confused!