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    Hi all, i quick post as I am about to board the plane. Dr M told me anytime after CD 20 is fine. Dr Beers book said CD 26. I booked in to do the biopsy on CD 24 (+/- 2 day) as I am crossing too many timezone this month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plex View Post
    Hi everyone

    I was wondering if you could help me? Ive been trawling all over the internet looking for some help and came across this thread by accident

    Im hoping this has been experienced by someone else - I am due to have the NK cell level biopsy during my next cycle but I rarely if ever ovulate on my own. Ive not been able to get in contact with my FS and its driving me insane!!

    I have suffered reccurant mc and have been told that this may be the reason.

    Has anyone had the test after taking clomid to induce ovulation?

    Thank you very much for reading and if you can shed any light on this xx
    hey, I don't ovulate either. I didn't end up having the biopsy as I fell pregnant but dr m did do the nk cell blood test and could see from that my levels were all out. Wheni had a consult with dr sacks he said I would need to do a clomid cycle or possibly a very low dose stim cycle but that wasn't really ideal.

    Who is your doctor? hope that helps a bit x

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    Hey ladies, I have been spotting for 5 days now since af was due, it was red at first but has been brown for a few days, could it be another chemical?


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    CinderElla: it is chemical if there is detected hcg in your system and then drops. Did u do a BT to confirm the pregnancy? Or take home test? Otherwise, it is impossible to tell if you have a chemical......

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    I haven't tested at all yet


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    CinderElla88.... yes, I agree with Bbhope.... you need to have a preg BT and get a BFP and then for it to drop away to be classed a "chemical" pregnancy. Are you trying naturally, is that why you don't have a scheduled BT? Are you doing Dr M's protocol for NKCs?

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    I sent away my info sheet to dr m a little over a week ago and haven't heard anything yet, so yeah just ttc naturally atm. Guess there is no way to know if I was pregnant or not since I didn't test, I'm going to test tomorrow at 4-6 days late.


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    Does anyone else suffer from sore joints? I noticed it was listed on Dr M's new patient sheet sheet under Autoimmune disorders. I get them on and off but have always thought they were cold related.

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    Blueberry: i dont have that problem but i think it means arthritis. If one has arthritis, likely to have auto immune problem. My friend suffers it and she had many miscarriages until they out her on steroid.

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    I have arthritis.


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