@Mongol It sounds like you're totally on top of it! I believe Warren's son uses it when treating his child cancer patients. Stingy little injection isn't it?! Not as full on stingy at Clexane 60 but still abit ouchy. I thought I'd stop injecting it today because I start my Gestone (progesterone injections) tonight but Warren said to keep using it until it runs out, so I'll continue through to Thursday when I fly out.
Ta @Lucky8. It's all down to Warren. I just do my best to get through each day of meds.
@Charlie74 I explained to him that LB told me to stop DE. He couldn't understand why. He then did my lining scan a few days before AF was due and said he could understand LB's comment as my lining was rubbish. But he optimistically added, that if he could get me a decent lining then there was absolutely no reason to stop. He's done that for me so I have hope again. As you know, I have everything crossed this will be you too.
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@Blossom74 Dear Stick Wh*re Captain, you'll be happy to know I've just pulled out and photographed my FRERs from the cycle I did Pregnyl boosters on, as a point of comparable visual reference. I still had a trace of Pregnyl at 6 days past the final 1500 booster. Boo!!
@Tahli, I found they didn't hurt as much as Orgalutran. I found Orgalutran needle to be thick and not very sharp which makes it harder to inject and it hurts for at least 30 minutes afterwards in my case. Whereas Neupogen was fine, though I had a very small dose. Have never taken Clexane so have no idea but I've heard they hurt and leave you bruised
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