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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Charlie74 I'm injecting 16units of Neuprogen per day. I bought two vials of Neuprogen at a cost of $100 each. Apparently they were twice this price a few months ago. Two of his nurses I spoke to were surprised he prescribed it for me as apparently he hasn't really prescribed it for about 1.5years.
    What ever he says, just do it hun. My lining must be over 9mm right now which is a god damn miracle. Or should I say, a Warren miracle.
    Hi Tahli, do you mind me asking where you purchased Neupogen from? TIA

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    @Mongol Directly from Warren. He buys it in bulk to reduce the cost for us girls. I have a feeling Neuprogen is a very serious drug. I'd be quite cautious about where you're purchasing it from, if it's been prescribed for you. It also needs to be refrigerated. I hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Mongol Directly from Warren. He buys it in bulk to reduce the cost for us girls. I have a feeling Neuprogen is a very serious drug. I'd be quite cautious about where you're purchasing it from, if it's been prescribed for you. It also needs to be refrigerated. I hope this helps.

    I googled it yesterday it sounds serious. A few ladies had no side effects while others had quite a few.
    It's used for chemo treatment, I thought I saw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Mongol Directly from Warren. He buys it in bulk to reduce the cost for us girls. I have a feeling Neuprogen is a very serious drug. I'd be quite cautious about where you're purchasing it from, if it's been prescribed for you. It also needs to be refrigerated. I hope this helps.
    Thanks for that Tahli. Yes it's a serious drug and not every FS prescribes it. I took low dose Neupogen with my last stim cycle and got it from Slade pharmacy richmond, they divided the vial into several syringes which had to be kept in the fridge and expired within 12 or 14 days I don't remember correctly. I believe it increases white blood cells and is normally given to chemo patients. Warren is giving it at a very good price. I paid about $190 for 1 vial (divided in separate syringes).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    @BlondeinBrisvegas I huge shout out to you for all the work with the roll call. I'm sorry if I upset people by saying that graduates didn't need to be on there. I didn't mean they should be forgotten, not be on the thread of not be motivation to others I was merely thinking of the task and how to reduce it. So I do apologise if im was out of line. I hope everyone who is out there posting or reading along the best wishes xoxo
    It's all good Luv...no worries

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino View Post
    Hi everyone
    Just quick update - sorry I haven't been online - I haven't looked at the thread - I'm just too jet lagged...

    Thanks @gorgeousgeorge for updating .... we found out today that 6 were fertilised. DH was very chuffed to hear Dr N say his donation was superb! Dr N will do a 5 day transfer on Tue. 20 yo donor - proven.

    Whoot-Whoot!!!!! Congratulations Luv!!!

    That's fantastic news!!!!

    A DET for you then on Tues????


    and prayers being sent for you!!!

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    @Tahli , your lining is amazing . Well done !

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    @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.

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    @Maxwellsmum Have you been injecting Neupogen? xx

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    @Charlie74 Maybe you were being offered something over and above the injections? Just give his nurse/s a buzz and ask if you're curious. When do you fly back up for your day 12(?) scan?

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