Unfortunately because I'm in Melbourne I can't suggest anywhere for you to try - but maybe one of the other ladies scan?
Hi Ladies. I have only just joined BubHub after receiving news that I have NK Cells, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, MTHFR Gene & DQ Alpha Gene Match.
Hearing success stories has given me a positive outlook for what is instore for us.
Seeing Nick Lolatgis in 12 weeks.
Previously with Melbourne IVF - Lyndon Hale ( 7 transfers of 9 5day Embies)
1x chemical pregnancy on cycle 5.
I finally made the decision to go to Monash and see Nick after speaking with my gynaecologist (Stan Tsocanos) - Stan has done all of my testings on Nick's behalf including Lap to remove Endo 3 weeks ago today.
I'm so anxious about LITs , Clexane, Intrepalids etc.
Thank You for all for being a wealth of knowledge.
Hi @Shakiera, I have no doubt that immune modulation is the missing link for many women (especially when you read studies like these), I'm sorry you've had to go through so much heartache. LIT, Clex & especially Intralipids I've personally found to be a walk in the park, feel free to ask any questions & all the best!
@shakeira I hope that your new diagnosis is the key to success for you. Nick is fantastic at what he does and I hope he gets you your take home Bub.
I wasn't a fan of the lit treatments, but it is over in 15mins and is really not that bad, so you'll be fine. If you are nervous perhaps have a loved one go with you to talk to you while it's being done. It helped for me. Everything else I found much easier... I even had a nap during one of my intralipid treatments when I was tired during early pregnancy!
All the best!
I appreciate the prompt replies so much. DH is **** scared of needles and blood so the LITs are freaking him out a little but willing to do whatever it takes.
I bought the book by Alan Beer last night. Can't wait to read it.
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I would like to join in this chat, so I can find it later im posting my mark. Trying to get an appointment with Dr M as I have slightly elevated anti-thyroglobulin abs (Immulite) at 50. The other one is within normal range.
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