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    Refreshing my inbox every 5 minutes isn't going to make my donors day 10 scan results come in any quicker is it?!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Refreshing my inbox every 5 minutes isn't going to make my donors day 10 scan results come in any quicker is it?!!


    Probably not, lol. But it can't hurt either! Good luck love!

    Krysta

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    Ta Krysta! And good luck for Wednesday!!

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    @Tahli I didn't have a trigger for my de cycle. Just lucrin then stopped that in egg collection day and transfer 5 days later. I had follicles but my clinic weren't concerned about their size.

    Yep @leyshoha as far as I am aware my nk cells will continue to try and attack the baby throughout my pregnancy. Worst time is up to 14 weeks then after 30 weeks it seems to attack the placenta and stops growth, hence lots of us immune ladies are induced/have c section early.

    Sorry ladies short and sweet from me tonight - busy day at work and I got up super early to watch the all blacks play😀

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    @Tahli Hurry up email FFS's!!! 😉😁

    Aaahh..you had nothing better to do anyway😉😁

    Hoping & praying for lots of lovely follies for you!!😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green lady View Post
    Hi all - at my FS appointment today we discussed using menopur for stim rather than Gonal f. Last cycle I had Gonal f 225 which gave me 19 eggs but none were any good ( 7 didn't survive ICSI, two made it to day 5 one abnormal and one on ice untested).

    Apparently research shows it can be good for over 40's in terms of egg quality. Is anyone on or has been on this for stim?
    I used menopur and had a terrible cycle, but it ended up I have bad eggs so nothing was going to work for me!

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    Hi all hope all is well in the land of bfp airlines and baby dust.

    I had my first acupuncture tonight. Wow i feel exhausted now. Is this normal? She said i have good blood flow but not much energy in my uterus. I dont know what this means. I am Totally clueless. She said a few sessions would be good, to put heat packs on my belly often. Also i now have my baby aspirin and Vit D should i take these at night ? I already take a co q10 folic acid thyroxine in the morning? Not sure if they interact with each other?

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    @infinity888 I've never done acupuncture so can't help you there Luv. No idea what the alleged lack of energy in your uterus means either??

    In regards to the Vit D and baby aspirin, they can be taken at any time though Vit D is best absorbed if taken with the largest meal of the day apparently, so it wouldn't be a prob if you were to take them after dinner for eg

    There's no interaction that I can find. I take thyroxine too as well as Vit D every day. When I was Cycling I took the Q10 and folic acid as well and never had any issues.

    Sounds like you'll be sleeping well tonight Luv!!

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    @Green lady , I definitely had better results on menopur than Gonal F. I was on a much lower dose, but got more eggs, and better quality. But I think everyone reacts differently to different meds at different times. It is meant to be better for older ladies, so I think definitely worth a go
    @infinity888 I often come home from acupuncture tired. I find it very relaxing so I try and take it easy when I get home & have an early night ☺️

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    Thanks@petal40 my problem is not egg numbers it seems but the quality. I am hoping to get a lesser number but better quality - last time I was at risk of OHSS due to follicle number and estrogen level - but didn't get it.

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