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    Hi Jeejee

    not sure if different as I am using donor eggs. I am taking dexamethasone this time rather than pred. I had first attempt with Dr M last year resulting in miscarriage so changing a few things this time.

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    Where are you going for donor eggs @Debant?

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    Hi @Lastchance75 we are going to Zlin in Czech Republic.

    Had LIT today. I was only expecting 1 needle. I was surprised there was more. And it hurt, but only when happening. Have not had much of a reaction.

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    Hi ladies,
    Just jumping in, excuse my rudeness but I can't find much info on my results.
    Do you guys know the range that they're meant to be under or above. I've done some googling, and I think that cd56 cells are meant to be under 500.
    Can't find much on cd57 cell ranges??
    Anyone got any deeper know,edge on this?

    C56+ NK cells present at the rate of 650/mm2. This corresponds to a endo stromal cell density of 15. 6%
    CD57+ NK cells are present at approx. the rate of 5/mm2.

    Thanks muchly xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    Hi ladies,
    Just jumping in, excuse my rudeness but I can't find much info on my results.
    Do you guys know the range that they're meant to be under or above. I've done some googling, and I think that cd56 cells are meant to be under 500.
    Can't find much on cd57 cell ranges??
    Anyone got any deeper know,edge on this?

    C56+ NK cells present at the rate of 650/mm2. This corresponds to a endo stromal cell density of 15. 6%
    CD57+ NK cells are present at approx. the rate of 5/mm2.

    Thanks muchly xx
    I can't help with the C56 results as I never saw them on paper to know, but from memory your CD57 seems fine...anything over 10 is considered high....mine was 50!

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    @Miss Sagi thanx lovely. It's a bit complicated on paper lol

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    Welcome @Tinachris

    I have followed you in wazzas thread

    Hoping dr m can give yoy some direction xox

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    Thanks @Velvet16 I didn't realize this was a dr thread. Sorry, not seeing him I just have obtained test results and wanted to understand them a bit better. I think I've figured out the levels though. I've been on Bondi protocol.

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    @Tinachris not a doctor thread but the majority of us have found themselves there after all else has failed! Good luck with your treatment xx

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    Ladies i had a day 2 transfer today i forgot to check with dr m last week i had intralipids yesterday do i need another during the tww? He suggested extra progestrone as well as 2 x daily crinone does 400mg sound right plus the crinone?


 

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