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    @tuxcat I was on 150 Elonva and 150 Puregon for FSH. Seems very low dose. Im 50kg, so not sure if weight has bearing on doses or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Sigh. It's a worry, isn't it. You know what, you've inspired me to go and get it done though. I think I'll just ask my GP for a test.


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    Through my GP it only cost us $60 out of pocket.

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    Luveris is LH & given to some women to help improve egg quality. Wazza uses it in his protocols if he thinks you need it (I never did...my LH levels were fine).

    I used Cetroride instead of Ogalutran to stop ovulation...same diff😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    Wahhh there is nothing I can do about the @rse grapes now boohoooo. My GP just rang to say there is no point giving me a referral as they won't do anything - not even banding - when I'm UTD !!! Oh. My. God. I'm going to have to put up with this indefinitely.

    I suffer with IBS. My a$$ blew out years ago. I have had external hemmies and treated them with over the counter stuff - I think it was called Proctosedyl or something. Now I think I have internal ones too. Going to the bathroom I am like a dog cr@pping razor blades. The cream comes with an applicator for internal use, but I still have a shred of dignity left after IVF and I can't do it. I know the pain....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Blossom I hear you hun. I'm so ready to jump a stranger it's not funny!! Then I'll ovulate and have no s*x drive at all. Definitely primal.

    I'm still firmly on the no sex wagon. Could not be less interested. I want one thing - a baby - and I have no room in my life for any other thought at the moment.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    So I just spoke to my Nurse. We are all set to start Clomid and Gonal-F on 25/01/16. They want me to take 5 days worth of the Clomid which is 'normal' for me, but 10 days of Gonal-F in an effort to recruit more follicles and grow them to size. I told her that if they stretch the Gonal-F out for 10 days I am basically guaranteed to ovulate before I get to my scan on 03/02/16.

    The Doctor has prescribed Orgalutran for me. I've never had it before. Apparently it will stop me from ovulating? Has anyone tried it before and what are your thoughts? I am petrified I will grow all these beautiful follies and then jump the gun on everyone and ovulate....


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    @Blossom74 Yeah, I've been on orgalutran before. I didn't ovulate

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    Oh my. Just re-read my hemmie post.

    Aren't I elegant in my wording, lol.

    Sorry gals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Oh my. Just re-read my hemmie post.

    Aren't I elegant in my wording, lol.

    Sorry gals

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    Time to head to Chemist Wharehouse for a tube of "Anusol" methinks Luv!!������������
    do you know that when i was 15 or so I worked in the pharmaceutical company on the production lines in the school hols packaging anusol !! of course we used to make a million jokes
    @Summer ok I hadn't heard of that. Ive joined egg donation aus and there are donors on there - we are going to be looking into a similar route to bongley. So you could possibly find somewhere in Australia and save a heap of money. Im just a little confused why they would fly people here when theres donors around aus? Is it because theres loads of people so you would find someone instantly? I know the australian way will take time

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    Luveris is LH & given to some women to help improve egg quality. Wazza uses it in his protocols if he thinks you need it (I never did...my LH levels were fine).

    I used Cetroride instead of Ogalutran to stop ovulation...same diff������

    Yeah, that was my first cycle. It's always hit and miss with the first one. I think my egg quality must be generally ok, as last cycle 2 out of 3 fertilised and I got my Grade A hatching emby. It's more about getting the numbers up for me. It has since been shown that my LH level is quite good.

    I definitely prefer Clomid/Gonal-F cycles. The new drug (The Big O) makes me nervous, but only because - well - it's new....


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