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    1.5mg before transfer 2mg after transfer. I think this is Dr M standard dosage. Yours is not high at all

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    USHMM - interesting about the inflammation comment. I was always told the opposite, that you want a surpressed immune system to allow implementation. My FS used to say a cold at the time of transfer was a good thing as it meant my 'defences' were down. Just another example of how there is no definitive rule around IVF and TTC.

    Just to add a little more info re the steroid doses: - 25mg of Prednisone/Prednisolone = 2mg of Dex. You normally do a direct swap from Dex to Pred at about 8w pregnancy.

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    Hi Ladybug, I just want to say thank you so much for replying. I felt really disappointed after our first cycle failed with the immune treatment. I just thought that after finally finding out a reason and then 'fixing it' it would just work! I am so glad that it finally worked for you and thank you for giving me a little bit of hope to keep going!

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    Just a note about something Dr M told me the other day. My BP has skyrocketed and am now on medication (started at 16.5w). Dr M said pre-eclampsia is common during pregnancy if you have an immune issue. Just something extra to keep an eye on !

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    Hi Cathy69,

    The exact same thing has happened to me. Ive never had an issue with BP ever.
    At my 16 week appt, my BP had gone the roof. He immediately put me on medication as well. Ive had to double the dose as it still was high on my next appt.

    I hope for my next appt in two week time it has gone down to a more normal level.

    thank you for this post

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    Ugh that sucks! Are the meds usually enough to keep it in check?

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    Frances - glad to hear I am not alone. Same as you, no previous BP issues then skyrocketed from 130/80 to 180/110. Fortunately I started on Corbeton (3 x 80mg daily) and it has come down to 138/95 over the last week which everyone seems happy with. OB says I will be on meds for the entire preg and I need to go buy a BP home monitor and check it every day.

    Hopefully yours comes down to a level everyone is happy with too. (The getting pregnant bit was meant to be the hard aspect, not staying that way !)

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    Hi ladies

    It is a little bit scarry. Thank you for sharing the information. Another thing to monitor, like we didn't have enough issues and medication to take.
    Take care of yourself.

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    Hi everyone. I've been reading through your posts and hoping to get some advice. I've just found out I have high nk cells on the evening after my fet transfer. My fs has prescribed me the predislone??? I will collect it tomorrow but fear that it's too late having not taken it before transfer. What do you think?

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    A couple of people on this thread have only started treatment after their BFP so there is hope, I guess it depends on how high they are. Fingers crossed for you it implants.

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