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    Welcome @Hope for all

    I used the Oestradial valeriate injections plus Progynova to thicken my lining - it was my successful cycle to get DS. From memory it was three injections on days 10,12 and 13 of my FET cycle.

    This round I have also started progynova the month before transfer month to keep that lining building up nicely.

    Good Luck

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    Great egg numbers @Butterfly39

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hope for all View Post
    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
    Hello and welcome. I used ethanol estradiol to build up my lining leading up to transfer and also would be on the pill to build up and shed lining a month hefore transfer. And then clexane injections to help with blood flow to my uterus. Acupuncture helps some women, but wasn't enough for me.

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    Butterfly, wow....thats a huge haul....fertilise little eggies!😊

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    Karolina, any results?

    Must be something in the waters of path labs around the country as I haven't received a phone call which means the FS hasn't received them yet! Looks like I'll be waiting til tomorrow......I knew i should have ticked the "urgent" box on the form.

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    Bbhope.... lol, we do the BD first, then I get up and put the pessary in!! Must admit though, DH has really been on rations since the BFP, which he isn't impressed about!!

    Dr M said to keep up the pessaries til about 17 weeks, and the Clexane even longer. I wanted to reduce both pessaries (3 x 400 daily) and Clexane (60 daily), but he said no. The two things I've stopped have been the Dex at 9 weeks when I swapped over to Prednisolone, and the Neupogen at 12 weeks.

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    Hi Miss Sagi, no good news for me I'm afraid. As much as the test was positive it's far too low and most likely not going to progress properly I will know for sure on wednesday but they said it's extremly unlikely anything will come out of it.
    Worse thing than the result was a phone call from my FS who basically told me that we exhausted all the options and mentions surrogacy twice...
    I cannot believe how unfair and horrible this journey has been. I have gotten pregnant 6 out if 7 times (including this chemical) and every single time lost it. I am super healthy otherwise, ovulate every month like clockwork, PDG tested embryos all returned healthy, no issues with DH's sperm, no structural issues with me. If it's natural killer cells why are they not responding one bit to the treatment? How the hell can I be losing every freaking pregnancy???!
    I can't believe that they have already given up on me... They can help all the people with really complicated issues and they can't help with my supposed immune issues? I'm worried that maybe the FS was right and she knows there is no help for me and that I will just cause myself more pain by continuing to try.

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    I am sorry karolina. You just never know. Maybe it will rise in the next few days. Keep in mind though. Not everyone gets lucky with the immune drugs on the first go. This is my second go, although everyone is still pointing the fingers at dh sperms for my last two chemical pregs. Have your dh tested dna fragmentation? Hugs.

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    Thanks bbhope. It was my second cycle on immune suppressants. Asked the dr today about the sperm fragmentation and she said they did test it. I'm not convinced they did. I might ask her for results of it to make sure she checks properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karolina View Post
    Hi Miss Sagi, no good news for me I'm afraid. As much as the test was positive it's far too low and most likely not going to progress properly I will know for sure on wednesday but they said it's extremly unlikely anything will come out of it.
    Worse thing than the result was a phone call from my FS who basically told me that we exhausted all the options and mentions surrogacy twice...
    I cannot believe how unfair and horrible this journey has been. I have gotten pregnant 6 out if 7 times (including this chemical) and every single time lost it. I am super healthy otherwise, ovulate every month like clockwork, PDG tested embryos all returned healthy, no issues with DH's sperm, no structural issues with me. If it's natural killer cells why are they not responding one bit to the treatment? How the hell can I be losing every freaking pregnancy???!
    I can't believe that they have already given up on me... They can help all the people with really complicated issues and they can't help with my supposed immune issues? I'm worried that maybe the FS was right and she knows there is no help for me and that I will just cause myself more pain by continuing to try.
    Karolina, that really sucks. I don't know what to say but maybe consider surrogacy if you feel that's an option. The people who use surrogates successfully and get their baby seem really happy afterwards. And that's what it's all about. I don't know, perhaps your doctor is simply saying that *she* can no longer help you. if you think they are missing something treatable, perhaps email Dr Sher in the USA? He is very up to date, really approachable and gives pretty good advice from what I've seen both via private email, skype and on his forums. Also have a chat to WDA maybe.

    afm
    Thanks for the well wishes girls, so far I feel like I've been put in a sack and beaten with a stick basically. Hope my fert rate is ok, so far with icsi it's been down round 50%. Fully expecting most of those eggs to be wonky.
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