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    Midnite my gp knows i am doing fertility treatment os and was happy to give me scripts for all meds i needed including syneral.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaKes View Post
    Hey just a question on this @JulieMalooley, sorry it's an old post though... What did you find best about ababySa? Quality of donors or number who were proven/young? Or was it communication or all of the above?
    Really just their care and communication. They are still keeping track of me now and are so excited for me. Just really nice ladies. And good response times.

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    If anyone gets stuck for synarel I have a script I can fill - which I obviously don't need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy69 View Post
    I have to add that my GP also prescribed Syneral for me when I produced the CFC letter with the medication list. I have certainly heard others like Miss Sagi who had to get it from an FS so I wonder if it is a State issue ? (I am in NSW)
    I thought it was a restriction due to qualifications....who knows 😊

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    Cool thanks ladies if we go down this track i will try my gp otherwise i gave referral for another fs that will prob assist.

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    Wow, lots of new people on this read. I've just read back a few pages.

    So excited that I'll be starting meds again soon for a FET scheduled first week of March. My DD will be 6 months old then and I can't wait to hopefully get a gorgeous sibling for her.

    Anyone else heading over then? I'm having a glorious real holiday this time and taking my mother. 2.5 weeks South Africa and 10 days in Dubai. I am going to love showing Mum where her grandchild/ren hail from and where I lived (Middle East) for a few years.

    Best wishes to everyone cycling soon. This is such a wonderful process, and the result is worth all of the effort for sure. To see my gorgeous bundle created from double donors overwhelms me no end. I could not have imagined having such a gorgeous little girl on my own, let alone with the help of complete strangers. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1448535531.805783.jpg

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    I got some from my GP, I think it's used for other things so they can sort of get around it a bit if they are willing to.

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    I thought it was a restriction due to qualifications....who knows ������

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    My GP said she couldn't prescribe the Synarel and I actually saw it come up on her computer when she typed it in as needing a FS to prescribe it. Then again, while my GP prescribed what she could, I wouldn't say she went out of her way to help me (and was quite sceptical about the whole process!)
    In the end, though, the daily Lucrin was a good alternative. I get bad hayfever in spring and I don't think the Synarel would have been a good combination. Also didn't hurt at all...unlike the POI injections!

    KMP: Lovely to hear from you. Your little girl is gorgeous. Well done on getting back on the wagon and going for number two!

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    Gorgeous pic of your daughter @KMP I will be in March for the first time but mid March not the beginning.

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    My GP wouldn't perscribe Synarel for me or give me a referral for the lining scan. I was so disappointed as it meant I had to pay my FS a $400 management fee instead.
    Thanks again @emski72 for helping me with Synarel this cycle, esp on such incredibly short notice.
    Super congrats @KMP. That's the type of inspiration I need! She's precious and gorgeous!!
    Any update @Jennski? I have everything crossed!


 

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