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    Hi girls just wondering if tremors / shakes are a side effect of any of the meds. They started a little yesterday. Went away. Lasting longer today. All over body especially in my legs and arms hands. Its a bizarre feeling really. @Tinachris how you feeling today luv

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    Thanks @Bongley it's def worth a look into before I go back to Hawaii again. I will give Dr M a call today.
    @infinity888 umm that doesn't sound good. What meds are you on? I would call your doctor just to be sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    @Bongley and @Tahlia no I have not been tested for immune issues. I was on clexane and pred for this De cycle which I've never been on before. I didn't think I had immune issues as I was only pregnant mid last year. I was then wondering if I was on too many meds that weren't necessary. I don't know. It's all so hard to know. What does the Intrapilids do?

    Welcome and I'm sorry to hear about your BFN Luv

    I think you should be thoroughly tested for immune issues including NKC in your lining which could be done when they do the Hysteroscopy which I think you should also repeat as sometimes issues develop that weren't there previously and can be asymptomatic.

    The Endometrial Biopsy will also work 2 fold to help increase the chance of implantation happening. I think you should cover all bases before doing another transfer. Best to have all your ducks in a row I reckon and you've already started that process by having PGD normal embryo's ready for transferrring

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxcat View Post
    @Caesardust its all a bit stressful at this stage isn't it, doesnt seem to matter whats happening theres always something to worry about. It sounds like you will get a handful so as everyone else has said its not a bad result. And like charlie said you can get a lot and then only end up with one embryo. Fingers crossed for you that they give you some good news this afternoon xx
    @amie999 YAY!! Go embie GO

    @Chiefsgirl also amazed you can even pop in at all so just do what you can and look after yourself, Im sure you're already knackered..it must be still so surreal that you've finally got a baby!!!


    Was also really shocked to hear about Prince, its certainly the year for ground breaking artists dying with David Bowie earlier who I was so so sad about. Both of these guys were true artists, changing music and leading the way in so many areas. Really sad. Prince also wrote a lot of music for other artists so was such a talent.

    First jab this morning! Lets go eggies!!!


    and prayers being sent for a Golden Egg or 2 for you Luv!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    BIB, speaking of endometrial scratches.. I wonder if I should be thinking about asking for one prior to my FET in August?? I wonder does Wazza do them on girls who have lining issues prior to FET?

    When do u have it? Before CD1 of the FET cycle??
    You usually have one done the month before your stim/FET Cycle on around Day 21 of your Cycle Luv (though it can vary a little especially if you're being down regged with the pill for eg).

    Yep...I don't know about having it done if you have lining issues?? Will look into it and see if I can find anything out

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    @Charlie74 Ok, this article from Dr Sher's website talks about Endo Scratching in the context of a fresh stim, but the interesting thing is another technique she writes about that involves injecting HCG directly into the uterine cavity a short time before transfer.

    Might be another option to help increase your chances if an Endo Scratch is no go???

    http://haveababy.com/fertility-infor...e-your-problem

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    @infinity888 Ive never had that, what drugs are you on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity888 View Post
    Hi girls just wondering if tremors / shakes are a side effect of any of the meds. They started a little yesterday. Went away. Lasting longer today. All over body especially in my legs and arms hands. Its a bizarre feeling really. @Tinachris how you feeling today luv
    What are you taking Luv???😐

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    Your taking Wazza's lot aren't you so you will be on prednistone, Clexane, progesterone a lot of it. Are you on Crinone or just the presseries. What about Provera ect. I never get tremors on any of the meds but that is me, everyone is different. You haven't caught a viral bug ? DH has woken up with a flu today he says I bought it back from Brisbane, he also says I caught it of the South Africans. All this and I haven't been sick but apparenty I am just the carrier. He says it is an overseas virus and has even mentioned zika in one or two sentences. All this from his own self diagnosis. Oh I know what it is alright and it isn't pretty.. frucking man flu has hit my house 😢and I am crying for me and not him. Anyone want a free husband???On a more serious note though infinity888 could you call Wazza's rooms have a chat to Kendall or Natalie, his nurses

    @Aimee999 woo hoo go little embryo. When's transfer?
    Quote Originally Posted by infinity888 View Post
    Hi girls just wondering if tremors / shakes are a side effect of any of the meds. They started a little yesterday. Went away. Lasting longer today. All over body especially in my legs and arms hands. Its a bizarre feeling really. @Tinachris how you feeling today luv

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    Prob the Prednisone I reckon but good idea to call Wazza's rooms & run it by them.

    Sounds like ManFlu @Maxwellsmum!!! Bloody men!!!😐

    Yeah...you can keep him...I've not long got rid of my own so not looking for another at this stage!!!😉😂

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