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    Thanks for your replies ladies. Sooty, my love I'm so so sorry. Big hugs. Words can't describe how much my heart breaks for you. Too many of us know your pain and wish we could change the outcome for you. I'm here if you need me x

    Yes I am taking Dex with food 2 at breakfast and one at lunch. I was hoping to feel wired but unfortunately it's having the opposite effect on me which is why it seems so weird. I think it is probably the concoction of drugs. I think I just need to hang in there. My appetitie has increased but as I feel so unwell I just don't know what to eat. Also my stomach is so bloated it actually looks like I am pregnant. This game is so much fun isn't it!! Thank you ladies for your support.

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    Sooty my darling I am so so upset for you, sending you loads of hugs, I wish I could do more, you are a true warrior, stay brave

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    Hi Abundance - try taking the dex in separate doses... I was doing 7am, 9am and 12pm lunch - maybe that will help, but I have to say I was hugely bloated too and TMI but my whole system stopped! it was awful... on the way home on the bus tonight an older lady asked if I wanted a seat!!! this is the 3rd time in a month... maybe it's the stims and the dex together doing this... I would email Dr M and tell them what you are on and your symptoms and check it's ok... I take lucrin and puregon so not sure about your ivf drugs... hope you feel better soon!!!

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    Sooty I am so sorry to hear your news. I know the feeling of utter devastation when an overseas donor cycle fails. All that exciting planning, build up and money and emotion. And on top of that all the hope the immune treatment promised for you this time. Take time with your partner to feel all the emotions and do some nice things together when you feel up to it. Here any time you need.
    Thinking of you.
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    Hi ladies I have t posted in a while either.. Was just reading cappys post. I am with dr s and just went to see dr m. I too have a gene issue (mthfr) and borderline nk cells both of which dr s failed to mention before we wasted $$$ and time etc on a failed Ivf cycle. I don't think dr s is radical enough he wants to just wait and c! Very frustrating.

    Sooty xo

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    Sooty my heart is breaking for you... There is nothing more you could have thrown at this cycle and it bloody well should have worked! This result is so unfair and so devastating . I hope you give yourself time to be angry, sad, numb, and every other emotion that may surface. A meltdown is surely warranted. Thinking of you and sending huge cyber hugs xoxo

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    Sooty thinking about you and so very very sorry it didn't work. You are very strong and brave, take a bit of time and look after yourself and your partner and just because it didn't happen this time doesn't mean it won't happen oxox

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    Hi Sootymay, I am receiving my immune therapy with Dr Nick Lolatgis who performs both intralipid and IVIG infusions.

    I am so very sorry to read your recent news and am thinking of you.

    Libelle, so very glad to read the spotting has stopped and wish you all the very best.

    To All, I have been following your journeys and wish I could reply to you individually. It is comforting to know that I am not alone on this journey and reading your posts gives me strength to keep going. I wish you all the very best and pray that God continues to work miracles through Dr Matthias and all our specialists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soclose View Post
    I had baseline bloods and they are very menopausal . No AF coming for me at the moment! I'm stressing this afternoon about which doctor deals with this - my FS or Dr M?? I was meant to ring G on day one so she could schedule my biopsy but AF won't come without meds but my FS doesnt know about the biopsy with Dr M so I can't really get him to do it I dont think! I'm not used to having two doctors. I think I'm going to have to tell my regular fs what Dr M is doing. I'm waiting for G to call me back. I sent her an email of my blood results. I'm hoping Dr M can help so I don't have to bring my fs into it just yet! These things stress me to no end. I should be used to it by now lol.
    Hey SoClose what were your baseline levels? what day of your cycle were they taken? I'm a high FSHer so might be able to help you out with this a bit? How many days is your cycle now?

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    Sooty how devastating. You really deserve some good luck. I'm so sorry. Thinking of you


 

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