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    Default High Natural Killer Cells #6

    @Butterfly39 good luck for epu tmw!

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    Goodluck Butterfly 😊

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    Chiefs.... I know how devastated you feel, but while there's still one there's a chance. I have my fingers crossed for you.

    AFM....Thanks everyone....I'm lying here in bed now, as everyone suggested, but finding it a bit difficult to type on my back! I think it will be ok, as i haven't had any other bleed. I've got some small twinges but nothing major.

    Lol, as it was valentine's day yesterday we did do the BD, so DH wasn't pleased when i told him it's off the cards now!! No odd bowel movements, butdid go for a bushwalk yesterday, so maybe overdid it? I go for my 12 week scan on Tuesday (which will actually be 12w5d) so if no more blood think I think i can hold out til then. Would love to skip Clexane tonight, so might just do that! Is it a co-incidence that my Neupogen injections finished Friday night and 36 hours later there's a bleed?
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    Bertie, i dare say the blood is from BD if anything....little bit of aggregation 😊
    Good luck with your scan on Tuesday.

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    Sorry to hear about the bad news that Chiefgirls. Yes, only one winner on both of my cycles. The snow babies are not ideal and slow. You just never know. Fx, toes crossed for you.

    Bertie, how did you BD with the use of pessaries is beyond me. hope you are ok now. Interesting that you r on support way passed 12 weeks. DrM told one of the gals to stop at 8 weeks. It has something to do with placenta development. FS didn't tell me exactly when to stop but said to continue until the 7 weeks scan. So I assume it is about that time I have to stop. I will see. One step at a time. Also, Clexane increases risk of haematoma. Because of this, FS hesitated to give me 40mg dose. She did in the end, though.

    Butterfly, good luck tmr!

    Good luck for those who r doing BT tmr. Baby dust! (I am doing another one......and apparently, I only have one good vein. It is not looking pretty on that one. I will try the third pathlab in Perth! Apparently I wasn't the only one who had issue with one of them last week. 3-4 days for some other to get the result. Yuck. )

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    Good luck for EPU Butterfly. Exciting times

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    Bbhope interesting what you said about progesterone, Dr M kept me on them till the end of my 16th week. My clinic wanted to stop me at 12 weeks but I went with Dr M's advice.

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    hey lovely ladies

    I hope you don't mind I join this thread. I just found out on Thursday last week that I have eleveated cd57 NK cells. My doctor described the ratio to me so that I understand the result better, saying that between 1-10 is normal and mine is 12. So on the high side. We've already been to Cape town for a round of donor eggs and have transferred 2 blastys which resulted in bfn's, but have 5 in the freezer which i'm hoping to go back to next month. My doctor is Dr DeAmbrosis. He's such a good doctor, I know I'm in good hands.
    My hysteroscopy results also showed that I don't have very good blood flow to my uterus.
    I just wanted to ask anyone that have had a donor cycle where instead of using progynova to increase the lining they put you on other methods ie viagra pessaries, feldine, the patches that go on your foot and buttocks, ethanol estradiol plus a cocktail of other drugs. So did anyone use other methods instead of synarel & progynova leading up to ET?

    I just wanted to pop in and ask that question, I'm actually waiting in traffic at the lights on my way to work aah! haha

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    The only natural way of making the lining thicker is acupuncture. It helps with blood flow as well. I don't know much about using meds.

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    23 eggs today... Not too uncomfortable though. Having my intralipids today, then going to hit the ohss prevention plan.

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