So excited for you @Charlie74!
So...it's the same the Luv whether you use E2 or not???
Close enough to 6.5 mm's too I reckon
Has your lining previously responded to Clomid when growing the extra follicle???
The only way you're going to know is to try it maybe next month and see what happens I guess???
Have you time to do that before you Cycle again????
Last edited by BlondeinBrisvegas; 22-08-2016 at 12:58.
Yep, @BlondeinBrisvegas my gut instinct was right but I also had the benefit of 7 cycles worth of stats. I don't respond to estrogen. I haven't tried Nitrodur, Neuprogen and Trental though.
On the Gonal F and Clomid cycle my lining was 6.1mm on cd12 which was my worst actually. So the extra mature follicle/egg didn't help. Thanks for drawing my attention to that!! Sh*te. I'll call Warrens nurse back now. I'm on hold as I type.
I'd just go for it. If I get the thumbs up today I'll book my flights and accom.
jazzabelle I can't do intralipids as I'm allergic to egg - but I never had a pregnancy at all during IVF cycles. My longer pregnancies (6-10) weeks were all natural & well before I knew anything about any of the support things I could have used. Since stopping all meds over a year ago I've had five chems.
I know the Trental & Nitrodur are used for opening up your blood vessels which will maximise blood flow around your body as well as to your ovaries/uterus and lining.
Blood flow to your lining is one of the necessary factors needed to make it grow so those two things *may* make a difference in terms of helping it to grow. One of those things that you won't know until you try. The Nupogen will suppress your immune system as you know Luv (is that for the Adenomyosis??). Oooh...I found this about Neupogen enhancing uterine lining/implantation. Just not sure if it works the same if you have it as an injection or you need to have it as a uterine wash???:
Neupogen is a medication that causes the body to generate neutrophils, a type of white blood cell which plays and important role in the immune system. An individual may benefit from Neupogen if they have experienced multiple miscarriages or failed implantation with IVF. This medication is also useful in many cases for the purpose of improving egg quality and improving the tissues of the uterine lining. The most commonly observed adverse reaction is mild to moderate bone pain after repeated administration and local skin reactions. Neupogen is administered either in injection form or as a uterine wash.
Neupogen is increasingly utilized for other conditions including the treatment of recurrent miscarriage and/or implantation failure. Neupogen is not yet approved or disapproved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) for these conditions or diagnoses.
Yep...I agree..Just go for it!!! It's bloody close enough to 6.5mm's!!! I don't think your FS over in CT will have a problem transferring at that measurement. He's already said he will hasn't he if I recall correctly???
Last edited by BlondeinBrisvegas; 22-08-2016 at 13:07.
@BlondeinBrisvegas Re the Trental and Nitrodur, can't I just pleasure myself ALOT, surely that'd have the same benefits without the migraines?!!
The Neupogen looks great. Ta heaps for the link. I bought 2 teeny tiny vials for $200 off Warren. @Summer Have you tried it?
I have it in writing that my CT FS will transfer if I get to 6mm but Warren said not to get on the plane unless it's 6.5mm. 6.4mm is bloody close enough!!
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