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    Oh sorry ECM1981. Also meant to say good luck with your donor egg cycle.

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    Thanks debant☺ i took my neupogen in a lunchbox with ice packs. I didnt take it out until johannesburg and then thought sh*t better cool it a bit and asked the airhostess to put it in their fridge. They put it in the cooler bin with the drinks and ice. I am in sane meds as you except ivig. Im just doing intralipids and neupogen as Dr M said no need for me to do ivig if doing neupogen and intralipids. Have to take 4 injections daily in the tummy, wondering where it will all go after a few days and the bruises start showing! All the best. New donor new drugs i think this will be both of our best shots!

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    @Debant It was just a small lunchbox big enough for a sandwich. I had 2 softgel ice packs frozen and only took the neupogen i needed and left the rest at home.

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    Debant, For my nupogen I bought a pack from the Diabetes shop. There is an insulin pack that keeps things at refrigerated temperature for 24hrs. It has an ice pack in it and worked a treat, no need to check it for coldness. Wasn't cheap, about $70 but worth it for no stress.
    Good luck girls.

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    I bought the same one. Was very useful and I didn't have to worry if it was being kept cold enough. Well worth the money.

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    Thank you for the suggestions. I am looking at a couple on the diabetes website. They both have frozen gel packs. I contacted the airline who recommended using dry ice. Did the ones you used have the frozen gel packs?

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    Yes. I wouldn't worry about dry ice, as soon as customs saw the frozen gel packs and knew it was for medication they didn't blink twice. I flat packed the nupogen box in one of the pockets so I had proof it was prescription meds in my name.
    The one I have is called an iCool bag. I think the 24hr one is called Weekender.

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    Default Hi! Question

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    Yes. I wouldn't worry about dry ice, as soon as customs saw the frozen gel packs and knew it was for medication they didn't blink twice. I flat packed the nupogen box in one of the pockets so I had proof it was prescription meds in my name.
    The one I have is called an iCool bag. I think the 24hr one is called Weekender.

    Hi! Miss Sagi.
    May I ask you some questions? I saw you also have MTHFR . Is you r c677t homozygous? If yes, what is prenatal vitamins are you taking ? Is MTHFR prenatal vitamins ( Folate as L- Folate L-Methyl Folate) or normal prenatal vitamins like folic acid l( Elevit or Blackmores)? Thanks.

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    Hi jee jee, I took a normal prenatal vitamin as well as a methylfolate and b12 and b6. I bought them from iherb, Solgard brand 1000mcg.

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    And yes I had 2 copies of the gene.


 

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