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    @Wishing88 I don't get side effects from it but it is just really gross. Ha. Especially if they tell you to still keep taking it after you get AF ergh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    @Wishing88 I don't get side effects from it but it is just really gross. Ha. Especially if they tell you to still keep taking it after you get AF ergh.
    @Bongley oh gosh what a lovely combo that must have been! 😜

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    Quote Originally Posted by blossom1 View Post
    oh gawd, crinone is the enemy! It's known for making women feel awful so don't be alarmed if you do!!!
    @Wishing88 and don't be alarmed by some freakish type looking discharge you might get too!

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    @KayzB every cycle I get AF and the nurses tell me to keep taking the crinone until its finished. Its so gross. I didn't bother last time.

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    Geeze you ladies make crinone sound fantastic So much to look forward to over the next few weeks lol. Apparently the scientist will be calling me between 10 and 12 to let me know how many have fertilised.

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    Just had a call I have 6 fertilised eggs , let's hope they keep growing

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    Hi everyone, I'm sorry for the lack of personals today. I've missed a couple of days & I'll need to go back through & catch up on how everyone's going. This morning was my first injection for Gonalf. It was a lot harder to do than I thought, lol. I sat looking at it for ages but then worked up the courage & just did it DH was super sweet & supportive & after saying he could never do it, he was offering to do the injection for me. I needed to be able to do them so opted to do it myself. I came out with a bright blue bruise straight away. Is this normal? Maybe I just bruise easily, haha

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    Wishing, 6 fertilised eggs is great!! Hopefully they stay growing nice & strong. Great news

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky27 View Post
    Hi everyone, I'm sorry for the lack of personals today. I've missed a couple of days & I'll need to go back through & catch up on how everyone's going. This morning was my first injection for Gonalf. It was a lot harder to do than I thought, lol. I sat looking at it for ages but then worked up the courage & just did it DH was super sweet & supportive & after saying he could never do it, he was offering to do the injection for me. I needed to be able to do them so opted to do it myself. I came out with a bright blue bruise straight away. Is this normal? Maybe I just bruise easily, haha
    well done on getting through the first one, it's always the hardest! I didn't bruise at all with gonal f and had dh do them for me. Are you pinching the skin, holding it pinched and leaving needle in for ten seconds? You might find that you perfect the technique as you go along- ie not too much of a jab but not too slowly either :-) you'll get there and be a pro in a few short days. Make sure you rub the spot after, that helps with circulation. 😊

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    @Rocky27 every time I had a injection I got a bruise, but I bruise really easy, I didn't do it myself, and still wouldn't be able to, so that's great you can do it yourself.


 

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