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    GReat looking forward to hearing from you
    i think after a couple of messages I will bd able to private message. As I checked out the rules u need 5... Lol

    glad to hear ur doing fine

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    Hi ladies, I have no trouble in sleeping with prednisolone but as of this week, what keeping me at night is the need of peeing. It is getting more serious. From once per night to twice. I haven't even increase the dose yet. Is this normal? Initially i just thought i drink too much in the evening but it seems like a side effect.

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    @bbhope yup I was up and down all night peeing. Steroids of any sort make you pee lots. For me it didnt get any better till I stopped taking them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    Hi ladies, I have no trouble in sleeping with prednisolone but as of this week, what keeping me at night is the need of peeing. It is getting more serious. From once per night to twice. I haven't even increase the dose yet. Is this normal? Initially i just thought i drink too much in the evening but it seems like a side effect.
    How much prednisone do you take? I haven't started yet but funny I had to take steroids for a massive infection once and I was the same I peed a lot all day and night!!! How's the appetite?

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    Ladies, had anyone spoken to Dr M/other Dr about the safety of dexamethasone in early preg? I came across an article questioning its safety in ivf and then googled it and of course freaked out! I'm meant to start it next week.
    Has anyone done it before embryo transfer and then transferred back to prednisolone after transfer?
    Any info/reassurance be great!

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    @ladybug14 I also have been wondering the same thing my first appnt is with dr m on Tuesday so I will ask him transfer is due end of this month after having high uterus nk 56 and 3 chemicals now I'm torn between do I do the steroids or not part of me thinks I don't have a choice because I won't be able to carry a baby if I don't but then I think what if it harms my baby erghhh dilemma … ATM I'm in the frame of mind that the benefits outweigh the risks but I still haven't made a definitive decision lots of conflicting info out there


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    3rd: 1st FET May2014, started intralipids for the first time due to high NK cells in the uterus

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    Quote Originally Posted by miissalina View Post
    @ladybug14 I also have been wondering the same thing my first appnt is with dr m on Tuesday so I will ask him transfer is due end of this month after having high uterus nk 56 and 3 chemicals now I'm torn between do I do the steroids or not part of me thinks I don't have a choice because I won't be able to carry a baby if I don't but then I think what if it harms my baby erghhh dilemma … ATM I'm in the frame of mind that the benefits outweigh the risks but I still haven't made a definitive decision lots of conflicting info out there


    Me 26, DH 30
    TTC 4yrs
    Mild pco
    Mild endo
    Lap done 9/13
    4rounds of clomid with BFN
    5th cycle of clomid chemical pregnancy

    Started IVF jan 2014

    1st IVF Jan 2014: @WFC antagonist cycle started, cancelled day 9 due to over stimulation, 60+ follicles.

    2ND IVF March 2014: Next generation fertility ,Antagonist cycle, chemical pregnancy!!!!!

    *DIAGNOSED WITH HIGH UTERINE NK CELLS

    3rd: 1st FET May2014, started intralipids for the first time due to high NK cells in the uterus
    Hi @Miisalina have you taken prednisone the last cycle? Is dex heaps stronger steroid then prednisone? Will you do the I realities again this cycle?

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    Hi Ladies asking about dex..... I don't know too much about it (mainly because Dr M won't prescribe it for me!!), but from what others on here have said about it, is that they have taken it up until about week 9 and then swap over to pred.

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    @Hopefullyanotherbaby: I increased to 20mg now.

    Both dex and pred can cause cleft lip. It is the benefit outweighs the risk debate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    @Hopefullyanotherbaby: I increased to 20mg now.

    Both dex and pred can cause cleft lip. It is the benefit outweighs the risk debate.

    Exactly what I was going to say. The steroids cancause cleft lip. Theres is a 1 in 1000 chance which is only marginally larger than a 'normal' pregnancy. For me I cant have children full stop unless I take the drug.


 

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