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    That's a big relief @MustRemainPositive. Those numbers look much much better. Countdown is on for your first scan. Always something to wait for.

    I'm def counting down the days.

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    Hi @Lastchance75! Been thinking of you! Hope the packing is going ok 😄

    Forgot to mention that my darling hubby felt the "reading" material at was too "soft" (😂😂😂) ...whatever that means....he said he should have brought his own material! Lol!!!! Thought I'd throw that out there. 😆

    Safe travels and good luck! Let's keep the strike rate going!!!!

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    Thanks @MustRemainPositive it's nice that you thought of me. Haven't started packing just yet but have started to think about what we need to take.

    Lol I will let my hubby know though any time we've done IVF here they haven't had any material at all.

    How are you feeling? No nausea yet?

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    Safe travels @Lastchance75!

    Nothing in my end. Didn't get any sign or symptoms with my DD either. Just tired 😆

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    Oh that's good for you then @MustRemainPositive. Just a question about taking the medication on the plane did you have any issue with it? How did you keep the lucrin cold?

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    No issue in carrying them on but I did carry that letter saying I'm under their care and been prescribed them.

    As for keeping them cold, I just brought an ice pack and put it all in my DD's cooler bag. I brought it with me coz I wanted to take some yogurt pouches for her in case she didn't eat the airplane food. But I had to chuck them out coz they weren't allowed. Once on the plane, you can ask them to give you some ice. Just bring a sandwich bag to wrap up the lucrin. Just make sure the ice doesn't come in direct contact with the ice so I wrapped it in a paper towel. You don't want it to freeze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    Oh that's good for you then @MustRemainPositive. Just a question about taking the medication on the plane did you have any issue with it? How did you keep the lucrin cold?
    I had quite a few different meds that needed to stay cold. I wrapped them in bubble wrap then put them in a small soft esky bag with these things called techni ice (you can get at camping stores) as they last longer than standard ice bricks. I then bought a cheap thermometer on eBay that went into the bag but the display was outside so I could get a reading without opening it up. I took spare ice bricks with me (the kind you get at the chemist and twist to activate). Didn't need the extra bricks on the way over but did on the way back (longer in the warmer temp there than when I left cold Sydney!).
    Just remember to have your letter from the clinic stating you need to travel with drugs and syringes. From memory conceptions gives you one, but I had extra drugs from my immune dr so had an extra letter.

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    Thanks girls your the best. You've been really helpful to me with all my questions. How are you both going? Had a scan yet @MustRemainPositive? How are you feeling @Chiefsgirl?

    So first report today is my donor has 12 follicles. Early days yet but I'm so excited.

    If I don't speak to you hope you all have a great Easter break. Xx

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    Hi girls 44 eggs retrieved this morning! Massive numbers. Will see how many fertilise tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    Hi girls 44 eggs retrieved this morning! Massive numbers. Will see how many fertilise tomorrow.
    Omg that is great news! You'll have lots to spare with that number!


 

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