@ange1111 Wazza gives 3 X 500ml doses (approximately 4 hours per infusion at 150ml/hour) leading up to ET and then a 4th one if you get a BFP; then every 10 days to 12 weeks.
With the one at EPU, that is given at the day hospital, and whilst it's the same dose, they don't have the speed-limiting machine (that the infusion unit at the hospital has), so it only takes about 2 hours for the day hospital to administer it. I have a GA, so by the time I wake up in recovery it is well underway. Sorry if that is confusing, but the infusion unit (at St Andrews) starts it at 120ml/hour and then if that is okay they run it at 150ml/hour, in combination with saline. Intralipids is quite thick and when it is administered more quickly it can be a bit uncomfortable, but if they run an extra line with saline, then that reduces the discomfort.
So I don't find the EPU or ET intralipids too bad, but it's not 7 hours! Yikes! That's a long day and it is always stressful isn't it? You'll be exhausted.
I think other ladies on here might have had intralipids with Dr M, so they might be able to let you know more about it.