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    Hi BinB - Yes, I had my procedure done and am now on CD4 of stimming with Wazza. I think I am on the same protocol as you but am alternating 600iu menopour and 600iu Gonal F, in 300iu injections morning and evening. Procedure went well except they found some chronic granulomas that needed to be removed. I am still unsure of the significance of this but it aparently shouldn't interfere with the cycle. I have been following you on your other thread and quitely cheering you along. Not long to go for you now. Sounds like you have had some promicing symptoms lately but like you, I never get my hopes up about these things as it is so difficult to sort out what is real or not due to all the dreaded meds we take. Glad your car is fixed and that it didn't cost you a fortune. Looking forward to hearing how your go. Good luck for the rest of your tww. Sending you loads and loads of babydust .

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    Hello Hope06......

    Thanks for replying back love I, too, alternated between 600iu of Menopur and Gonal-F so it sounds like you are on the same protocol I was on. Glad to hear your procedure went well and removing whatever those things were can only help the situation.

    Appreciate you following along......am trying to be as honest as I can about everything in the hopes of helping others like yourself with a "heads up" on what could be expected. Yep, not long to go now. BT on the 23/6 and you're right, its too hard to differentiate between what's real and what's side effects especially on this particular protocol as the "support" after EPU is phenomenal as you will find out!!! But definately "do-able"....you're doing it now, so you'll be right!!!

    Yep...."The Heap" is firing on all four of its cylinders again.....Yay!!! Am relieved and grateful it didn't cost a fortune. Ok girl, am hoping you see lots of lovely follies when you have your scans. Good luck to you girl on this cycle. Feel free to post your experiences on the other thread if you want to ok????

    Good Luck girl and to you and your DH for a successful cycle!!!!
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    Thanks for the info. I'm having just the scratch done next Tues with no pain relief! Now I'm thinking I should definitely take the nurofen they told me to take an hour before. Hope this makes all the difference for you.

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    Hi Rae........

    Just wanted to wish you all the best and to tell you to definately take the Nurofen before you go in!!!!! You'll be right love!! Hope it helps in getting you your BFP on your next cycle!! for you and have some to get you started!!!!

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    Hi Everyone,
    My FS has booked me in on the 20th of this month to have an Hysteroscopy, Lipoidol Flush and Endometrial Scratch done. Although I have no issues with my "oven", my FS feel's these procedures will help with endometrial receptivity which will hopefully help our embryo's from our upcoming cycle implant better (providing all goes well with the cycle, of course)

    Thanks to the myriad of pamphlets given to me, I totally understand how these procedures are to be performed but have no idea as to how long these procedures will take?? How painful will it be?? How much bleeding, cramping etc should I expect and for how long?? and did these procedures delay AF??? I've been told to take 2 Naprogesic tabs an hour beforehand (and a good slug of scotch if I like) and can also ask to have a local injected into my cervix as well (experience almost excrutiating pain when I have my cervix dialated, so will be more than happy to take up the offer!!!)

    Am hoping to hear from any ladies out there who've had this procedure done....any hints, tips or advice would be greatly appreciated.......
    Thanks for taking the time to read my post....... to you all
    hi there I just wanted to touch base and say hi and see how you are doing.
    Sarah

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    Hello Sarah......

    Unfortunately my last cycle was a BFN (can read about it on my other thread...AACEP with Oestrogen Priming) so my DP and I are saving hard to have another go in November (we've got 2 vials of DP's frozen TESA sperm on ice). Not sure if I'll have to have another endometrial scratch done,but will do it if FS thinks it will help.

    How are you going love??? Thanks for touching base and saying hi....You're welcome to anytime. Take care and to you girl.......

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    Thanks for all the interesting info on this ladies!

    I'm looking into it for my next cycle, having only heard of it this week. Also hoping to visit Dr de Ambrosis soon for a second opinion.

    to you all.

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    Hi ladies, thought I would post on here for others future reference. I had a endo scratch on CD21 of my cycle with no drugs & it was the most painful thing ever!!!! It took all of about 2mins but still nealy hit the roof!! I am currently on my 2ww from FET HRT cycle so will let yaz all know if its a sticky one after the 29th July. Goodluck to everyone xx

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    Hi ladies I had an appointment with WDA last week and by chance was at optimal time in my cycle so he did a endoscopy endo scratch lipiodol flush and a nk cell biopsy no pain relief as we didn't know it was going to happen. I am travelling down from Cairns so he didn't want to waste the opportunity to do this for me. It was painful but bearable I did get the shakes pretty violently though by the end!!

    Anyone using the human growth hormone injections we have to let them know today of we want to add it to the next cycle and take it back up with us today?

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    Hi Bellavista.........

    Oh, you poor love going through that with no pain relief whatsoever!!!! Mind you, I did the same thing a couple of months ago (as you would've read in my previous posts) and the pain relief pills I was told to take an hr beforehand did F.A. in my opinion anyway!!!!

    As for the HGH, yes, I took it in my last cycle, but don't feel it made any difference to my egg quality, but in saying that, I'm glad I tried it but won't be adding it to my next cycle later in the year. Some women swear by it and others are like me and feel it doesn't make any difference. The only way you will know love is to give it a try

    I have my for you and hope you get you BFP this cycle. to you girl and I'll look forward to following your progress. Good luck!!!!!


 

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