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    @Janetb I can't help, but my gut says to go with dr m's suggestion. If your FS is open to Nk cells, he might be open to you seeing dr m too?

    With my last FS I basically told her I was seeing her for ivf and dr m for my immune issues and she could either let me do it or I'd go to another FS! She let me do it, but in the end I changed clinic as I wanted to do pgd.

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    Thanks Bertie & Chiefsgirl. The FS wants me to start the Crinone on Day after Ovulation - Sunday and the transfer is Tuesday. Dr M wants me to do the pessaries starting day of transfer.
    I really cant afford the $ for Crinone and i already have the pessaries so given what you said Bertie about them being the same i will do the pessaries.

    But now i have naother problem i need hlep from you loverly ladies for. I started the Prednisone yesterday (just 10mg instead of 20) and it made me feel sick & Dizzy. I took it again today but just 10mg again and it has had the same effect plus gastro. I rang the pharmacist and he said that nausea is a very common side effect. He directed me to the product info online and i found out it has lactose in the preparation. I'm lactose intolerant! So i know that's why the gastro.
    Have any of you experienced the same side effects & Does anyone have any tips advise how to get through this?

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    Hi Boysie

    I can't help that much but just wanted to give you a bit of sympathy for the hiccups you're having. With the prednisolone - are you taking it with food and not on an empty stomach? That may (or may not if you're already taking it after you've eaten) help with feeling sick. Hopefully someone on here will be able to help with the lactose thing. If not, can you try and speak to Dr M and ask him what to do? He must have other patients who are lactose intolerant.

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    Thanks Legwarmer for the reply . On both occasions i took it after eating. The pharmacist seems to think all commercial Predisone tablets have Lactose in them . I'm dreading what it will feel like tomorrow when i take 20mg.

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    Boysie... yes, I think you should ring Dr M and tell him about the "lactose" issue. He may change it to something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janetb3 View Post
    Hi Ladies ... I had a phone consult with my FS today (prior to nursing interview next Friday) and an appointment with Dr M ... wow now I feel CONFUSED ...

    FS wants to do Intralipids - which I thought was a good thing - he is open to this stuff ... but Dr M says results show high Thyroid Antibodies - no surprises I have Hashimotos, and high NK to T cell ratios so he thinks (but wants to confirm with biopsy) that I will need IVIG ...

    I have had a biopsy before at RPA but remember reading some of you ladies suggesting that you repeat it with Dr M as his method is different and the results are often different too?

    Its hard to work with two specialists who don't talk to each other but also won't comment on what they think of each others advice ... do I just do the Intralipids as an extra?

    Scared and confused now ... the next try is becoming more real!

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    Dr M and ivig. No doubt. Always Dr M. That's my opinion anyway

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    Hi all! AWOL again, sorry! got made redundant so have been a bit up in the air with everything the last couple of weeks! Have lost track a bit with everyone.. babychino, how are you going, are you still in TWW, how are you?

    MGC Bertie, how's things with your TWW, keeping busy and out of trouble??? do you have any links to IVIG 14 days before transfer, I'd be keen to see them but can't find any on google...

    Nidhulaine have you had your lovely bubba yet, how are you???

    Welcome to all the newbies, you're in the right place!!!!

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    Hi ladies, just wanted to pop in and say hello and that I still follow along even if I don't post. I did my last clexane a couple of Sundays ago at 6wks post-C. what a great moment that was! Your journeys keep me company during my night feed sessions with my little man and touch my heart so much. I wish you all the joy and miracles you all deserve.


    Legwarmer and ladybug- congrats!!! So overjoyed at your pregnancies! Hope you get to a stage where you can breathe the tiniest sigh of relief - until my bub came out and i heard him scream, it was a huge rollercoaster and i worried every second of the day....us ladies here just don't get to enjoy and take being preggers for granted. But I do wish that for you.


    Frances - your loss broke my heart, so sorry that you are having to grieve for your beautiful lily. You're such a strong woman to deal with something so incredibly unfair.


    Nidhuilaine - think you must've had your bub now. Hope it went smoothly and you're enjoying newborn cuddles again


    Hi to Precious, Chiefs, bbhope, galea, MGC, Missalina, Fiona and all the newbies. My thoughts and fingers crossed for you xo

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    Hi ladies. I read along frequently but only post when I think I can be useful. I am 38 weeks and I am being induced but no haven't had bub yet. Been off clexene since 36 weeks and found that very nerve wrecking, letting go of my final immune drug. For the newbies my story is one daughter 4yrs and then 7 miscarriages before this my 9th pregnancy and I have had dr M looking after me along with my high risk OB. Hopefully i can post my success story very soon.

    Total agree with Fiona that if dr M even suggests IVIG than u go with it.whatver ur immune issues are before u put back an embie your body can become even more aggressive with an embie on board.

    Congrats to to all the newly pregnant ladies and try and keep it together, my nerves have been shot since I got my BFP @11dpo but like many immune patients I needed dr M help as I was bleeding. Any issues whatsoever call Dr M.

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    Precious.... very sorry to hear about your job. Was that unexpected? You probably could have done without that added stress! As for research, sorry, but I'd read a few things on the internet from the US, but I didn't save any of the links.

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