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    Quote Originally Posted by jaydee32 View Post
    Was it necessary to have any documentation from a Dr stating that you had injections with you? Sharps containers? This is for when you go to Greece.
    @GiaBub when are you off to Greece?
    I had a doctors letter with me (both directions) I think I've only shown it once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiaBub View Post
    I'm heading overseas early Monday morning.

    Can I also ask you lovely ladies whether anyone has used valium or an anaesthetic during the procedure?
    I didn't - but whether you have discomfort will depend on the shape of your cervix as well as the skill of the practitioner. If you've had trouble with it before, then I'd say it's a good idea to have something on board to help :-). Can't remember which clinic you're going to, but have you spoken to them about it?

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    Thanks ladies, you've been awesome with answering all my questions.
    I have been in communication with them & am deciding what road to take.
    I was just wandering if anybody else had a similar experience.

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    Since we're discussing medication and travel did you carry on all your meds or did you put it in your luggage? Would make me nervous to put it in my luggage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitkats View Post
    Since we're discussing medication and travel did you carry on all your meds or did you put it in your luggage? Would make me nervous to put it in my luggage.
    I carried what I needed for the trip plus a few extra days incase but the majority in my luggage

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    Thanks jamellabeth. Makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiaBub View Post
    I'm heading overseas early Monday morning.

    Can I also ask you lovely ladies whether anyone has used valium or an anaesthetic during the procedure?
    I never considered it with my first IVF but I wish I had. I found it agonising. I even suffer with the internal US. Has anyone who has Dr K been able to use painkillers with him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitkats View Post
    Since we're discussing medication and travel did you carry on all your meds or did you put it in your luggage? Would make me nervous to put it in my luggage.
    I carried everything in carry on luggage, didn't want to risk it being lost (temporarily or permanently!).

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    By the way, I find the easiest way to take drugs through (other than the clexane in a cool bag) is in a big clear plastic container. Easy to take out at customs, doesn't leak or crush. Easy to find what you want when you need to take stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiaBub View Post
    Hi Ladies ,
    When returning back to Australia, did you declare all your medication?
    Yes just had in carryon as personal ivf I went straight through customs and quarantine.

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