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    Have been on clexane for my IVF pregnancy now since march. Have terrible bruising from it - with staining on my legs from all the old bruising. I take it around the same time each night.

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    @kim85 how did you go with your injection last night?

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    Thanks ladies. I iced the area before I put the needle in last night and I couldn't even feel it... UNTIL.. I started injecting. That's the painful part. I did it slowly but at least now I can eliminate the needle pain. Thank you!!

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    Oh good - it does get easier, you just get used to it.

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    I was on clexane for my last pregnancy and am on it for my current. I've had a few blunt needles in the pack so be careful the
    Injections suck, hang in there

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    Default Anyone on clexane during preg through ivf?

    There's local anaesthetic sprays which are great, even teething gel can help.... I found high on lateral thigh good for clexane .... I've had it post op but luckily only a week a time, but I did Ivf so plenty needles there
    Can u get dh to do some in ur arms or butt to give other areas a rest? Butt is a bit stingy but worth resting other areas
    Last edited by Lisau77; 28-06-2016 at 18:51.

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    I didn't realise you could do other areas.. Is it just a fatty part you need to inject into? I think thigh might be good.. Hmm

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    I was told it always had to be around the middle? Hips/thighs/butt

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    I was told always into the stomach area ( for pregnancy complications )

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    I'm a nurse - and have always given it in abdomen or fatty thighs


 

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