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    Not long to go @shell80 - so exciting! Do you have a name picked out?
    DH and I are still battling on - after five cycles and no success we changed clinics and our new specialist diagnosed a few new issues. We've had one cycle (number 6) with the new protocol - no luck again - and have one frosty which we are hoping to transfer in June/July (we unfortunately can't do it earlier as we have booked a trip to Japan in May). Hopefully I'll see those two lines this year!

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    Not long to go @shell80 - so exciting! Do you have a name picked out?
    DH and I are still battling on - after five cycles and no success we changed clinics and our new specialist diagnosed a few new issues. We've had one cycle (number 6) with the new protocol - no luck again - and have one frosty which we are hoping to transfer in June/July (we unfortunately can't do it earlier as we have booked a trip to Japan in May). Hopefully I'll see those two lines this year!

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    Not long to go @shell80 - so exciting! Do you have a name picked out?
    DH and I are still battling on - after five cycles and no success we changed clinics and our new specialist diagnosed a few new issues. We've had one cycle (number 6) with the new protocol - no luck again - and have one frosty which we are hoping to transfer in June/July (we unfortunately can't do it earlier as we have booked a trip to Japan in May). Hopefully I'll see those two lines this year!

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    Can i ask wish FS you are seeing now @freakedout44? we have similar stories. i was with melbourne and now moved to Monash and have had 5 failed attempts.
    Hopefully this is our year babe!

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    Hi @Faiths love - sorry you are having a hard time getting your dream too - I hope the change in clinic works for you.
    I am seeing dr nick Lolatgis - he diagnosed me with high nk cells and Found out dH and I have matching dq alpha genes, in addition to dH having bad swimmers.
    The change in clinics takes a bit of getting used to, but while we were not successful first go at Monash the emby we transferred was the best we've had and we also have the best frosty waiting too.
    Who are you seeing?

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    sorry @freakedout44 - i thought i replied to this yesterday. obviously i didn't say save it correctly. We are seeing Lynn Burmeister. I've never heard of the matching DQ ALPHA genes - does this get tested thru PGD or perhaps blood tests? maybe i should get her to test this also for us.

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    Morning @Faiths love.
    Lynn is supposed to be very good, from what I have read.

    From my understanding, not many specialists check for or treat matching DQ Alpha genes, and I suppose it depends on your exact situation as to wether it would be worth getting tested, but you could ask. It's a blood test that both you and DP have to do. You do have to pay for it though. As for the High NK cells...that's not so easy or pleasant. It's a uterine biopsy on day 21 of your cycle and I found it very uncomfortable (but it is very quick).

    May I ask what type of issues you have, to need IVF?


 

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