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    @gorgeousgeorge good luck honey and enjoy your trip. I've got everything crossed for you and relax. This is your time xoxo

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    @PING393 and @Charlie74 don't lose hope over bad linings- I've got what he call a ******* of a lining- never got over 6- he suspects an infection after my last c section- and after 3 fet cycles earlier this year he was giving me the talk about looking into surrogacy - and then thankfully we fell pregnant on the 4th fet cycle and we're currently 25 weeks. So I agree with the others that he never sugar coats things- before every cycle I was worried that we were wasting our money using a good embryo on a thin lining but he assured me it was possible and wouldn't do it if he didn't think we had a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    That's very helpful hun! Just wasn't sure when he started the synarel. I'll be using Lucrin cos that blasted synarel and I don't get on!!!

    In that case, I may be able to cycle this month and try and bank embryos.

    Do you have any PGD normal frosties left?
    I started Synarel from day 20. He wanted to quiet down the ovaries before the actual stim. As you know I got best result from last cycle, I would say follow the protocol for one cycle to see how your body reacts to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace1 View Post
    Thanks @Charlie74, yeah I just didn't want to fly up there if there was no point because of my age! Does he (or Charlotte) get bloods all redone at the initial appointment - like amh etc? (Your amh is very good btw) I had it done 2years ago but not recently. I'm trying to think ahead (as I always do..lol) x
    We redid some testing in my first appointment but he didn't retest my amh maybe he doesn't see the need given it is going gown from my last test 1.5 years ago.

    Definitely go, he gave me donor talk too but we still said we would cycle first to see what we get.

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    Hi all, greeting from a rainy night in Bali, today is my cd1 for a second stim with Wazza, I will be transferring after EPU this cycle. Excited and freaking out at the same time for a negative result.

    We decided to take a holiday before the actual injection starts, hoping that is going to relax mind/soul/body before another big runs of injections and immune protocol. I need all the luck I can get!!

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    @Charlie74 how are you Hun? Wasn't sure if my last message got through, when will you start, November ?

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    Questions for you lovely ladies who are also seeing dr m, will you do cd6-10 intralipid with dr m or wazza? The nurse told me it is 500ml over a few hours which is probably a little faster than how dr m does it, suggestions?

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    Enjoy Bali @Btae x

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    Default Dr Warren De Ambrosis-Wazza appreciation thread #4

    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Thanks hun! He didn't want to start me on cd20 because my previous failed cycles started on cd20.... Im staring on day 1... I think I'm doing an antagonist cycle or does that sound wrong?
    What does your treatment plan say? Call the nurse to confirm if unsure.

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    Default Dr Warren De Ambrosis-Wazza appreciation thread #4

    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Hey Hun, I was thinking the same thing. I asked Wazza's nurse and she said Wazza administers 500ml (same as Dr M), but over 3-4 hours. I think Dr M does 500ml over 8 hours.
    I'm thinking of doing mine with Dr M, just because I feel Dr M is more of an expert in this area than Wazza..

    Did to do a hysterscopy with a lipodial flush?
    Yeah that is what I am contemplating with right now at 6:47am haha... dr m cost is higher which I can accept but I wouldn't mind to see wazza between cd 6-10, most importantly I want it done right.

    If this cycle is a BFN, I will be totally defeated.

    I did do hyst and flush with wazza during EPU


 

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