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    Quote Originally Posted by CinderElla88 View Post
    Yes I agree, the first is the worst, I sat and cried for half an hour trying to do my first needle myself, now it's just jab and done.


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    Why are you jabbing Cinder?
    I didn't think you were going through ivf?

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    No not for Ivf, just weekly jabs for my arthritis


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    Quote Originally Posted by CinderElla88 View Post
    No not for Ivf, just weekly jabs for my arthritis


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    Weekly?? Steroids?
    My best mate has dialysis every month after growing immune to her injections.
    I hope they help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky27 View Post
    Yay Shrillian, how did you go with your first jab?? I found they get easier the more you do What do they have you taking?
    @Rocky27 - I don't mind needles, to be honest, so have no issue with the jabbing. First one was weird, just as I'm not used to having to jab myself!

    I guess this is the only time I'll be happy for the fat rolls on the belly!!

    I'm taking Puregon and then Orgalutran.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    @Rocky27 - I don't mind needles, to be honest, so have no issue with the jabbing. First one was weird, just as I'm not used to having to jab myself!

    I guess this is the only time I'll be happy for the fat rolls on the belly!!

    I'm taking Puregon and then Orgalutran.
    Lol!
    I had no fat rolls but I didn't feel then either. The liquid itself stung for me. Did you get that?

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    I was actually looking out for the sting as, one of my beautiful friends who went through the same, said it would sting if injected straight from the fridge.

    The first night stung afterwards, but last night was fine. I'll check again tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenjenOo View Post
    Weekly?? Steroids?
    My best mate has dialysis every month after growing immune to her injections.
    I hope they help.

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    I actually started at twice weekly, It's a immunosuppressive drug. I am actually in remission atm


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    Hello lovelies, just popping back to give you an update and to say that i'm still reading and cheering you along!
    Mixed emotions here, 13 weeks tomorrow, had my NT scan/tests, bub looking good measuring 3 days ahead but tests came back very high risk for Downs. We have done the harmony test yesterday but its 2 weeks till results come back. Feeling sick with worry. Also my PAPP-A score was really low which is meant to suggest higher risk of placental issues?? Am seeing my OB in a week so hopefully he'll shed some more light on it all.
    Take care all xxx

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    @bel2466 - Glad to hear all growth is on track! Sorry to hear about the results. Hopefully it's all nothing and Harmony will come back clear. *hugs* xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by CinderElla88 View Post
    I actually started at twice weekly, It's a immunosuppressive drug. I am actually in remission atm


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    @CinderElla88 - do those drugs affect your TTC?


 

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