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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1462068593.159184.jpg ]I've had trouble putting him down, he's a bit colicky but I finally got him in his cot! (Lol hurry up and work IVF!)

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    @Apples1234 love it!! I wish i could carry my dog around but he is too big. ☺

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    Quote Originally Posted by ange1111 View Post
    @PreciousHeart I might have asked you before but how did you discover adeno? Is it something us girls should look into? Was the mri expensive and can just anyone do it eg an imaging place of does a FS need to do it? It's so full on how we need to be our own explorers on this journey!!
    Ange111, from memory a girl on this forum told me there was hope with zoladex, so I looked into it and found it treated adenomyosis. I then looked at my scan results over the last 2 years and they all said diffuse adenomyosis which my FS had never mentioned. This girl told me to consult with PRof Tremellen at Repromed, his nurses said he preferred MRI to biopsy. My GP wrote a referral for MRI and I had it done at St Vincents for $500 no rebate. I then had a call with PRof Tremellen and he discussed the results and wrote a letter for my new FS with what protocol he would use which was 3 months Zoladex prior to an FET. An initial normal scan will show adenomyosis but the extent of it and the severity of it can only be shown by MRI or biopsy. Not everyone will have it, same as endo etc. Hope that helps!

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    I'm starting on a new medication for this stim cycle. Instead of Gonal F and Luveris I am on Menopur. Has anyone had experience with this one?ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1462184290.103558.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apples1234 View Post
    I'm starting on a new medication for this stim cycle. Instead of Gonal F and Luveris I am on Menopur. Has anyone had experience with this one?Attachment 80904
    I've done menopur. I didn't notice any difference in egg numbers or size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PreciousHeart View Post
    Hi Mink, MC did my 4 hour myomecty in 2008, he wasn't doing ivf then. I was surprised to see him on geneas team for ivf a couple of years ago I must say. Found him a real cowboy, I was bruised all over & in hospital he told me to go for a jog after a week's recovery. Well I couldn't walk without holding onto a wall for 2 weeks & had giant clots coming out of me for 6weeks with no warning from him or his rooms. My OB said what I went thru was heaps worse than a Caesar. Good luck, I hope he is doing everything right for you. ML should have given me zoladex for adeno but he didn't through 4 transfers, he didn't even mention it, despite it being present since 2013, I worked it all out myself & Prof Tremellen said I had zero % chance of implantation with my adeno situation so the immune meds were taken for nothing (IVIG, neupogen, steroids, clexane) look after yourself. All the best xx
    I'm sorry you didn't have a very good experience with MC. I was recommended him by 3 doctors. He's done my 2 laps and 1 hysteroscopy. First surgery was pretty big as I have stage 4/5 endo, but I feel the recovery was quite minimal for me. Then again, pain is all pretty subjective. In terms of ivf the more I think about it, the more I want to change FS's. It would be good to have someone who has a more open dialogue with you about your treatment.

    Question about what prof tremellen said to you re the adeno. Does that mean if you have adeno an immune protocol is pointless? I haven't had my mri yet so I don't know how bad it is and I've had to move my appt with dr m to July. I won't be able to do any transfers till July anyway as we'll be travelling during transfer/monitor time.

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    Hi Guys,

    I went to see Dr. M as I have had 3 failed IVF 1 Natural FET which is failed as well. Last IVF had an immune protocol with Dr. M. Also the FET. This time I will have another FET but will be having LIT. Me and my hubby have a partial DQ match and I have MTHFR as well. I am taking B12, folate, COq10 etc. For those who had LIT with Dr. M how many time did you had it before the transfer? He said one month and then 2 weeks before the transfer that is 2200 as one LIT cost 1100? Then do I need IVIG if pregnant?

    Hope somebody will share their experienced using LIT and had a successful pregnancy. I am a bit down and desperate as seem things are not working for us.

    God bless all.

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    Hi hancamp, im sorry you are having a hard time. I understand your feelings of frustration and desperation. I am feeling it too. My husband and i have partial dqb match and we have done our lit. We did one in march, one in april and have our donor egg transfer in June. I think lit lasts up to 6months. I told dr m about my transfer date and he didnt seem to mind giving me the lit when he did. Im hoping for a miracle for you and i xx

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    @ange1111 FYI I've just booked my mri at I-med radiology in Hornsby nsw for a scan on my pudendal nerve and sacral nerve (ie they'll be looking at the whole pelvic area so I can ask them to look for adeno). It's $550 and after Medicare rebate it's $150 out of pocket. I have a specialist referral though so not sure if that makes a difference. Also, I was specifically told to go to this Hornsby practice because they're supposed to be the best experts in looking at this area.

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    Do they ever answer the phone at Dr M's office??


 

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