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    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!!

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    @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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    @MamaKes just wondering what your experience has been with the traveling donors program through wazza and costs if thats ok? I'm totaly confused trying to figure out sa vs greece vs thailand vs here hahaha help me please.

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    @Caesardust I was thinking that removing the graduates from the list was the easiest way to shorten it too. I personally didn't take offense at all.
    When I first started on bubhub there was a roll call of graduates. Part of me loved knowing that success was possible over 40 but at times it also made me sad to think I might be the only one of my contemporaries to not end up on the list. I really don't know the answer to the roll call dilemma.

    I like @winsors idea of a list people can update themselves but not sure how that works. Will bubhub let us have a re-occurring link to an outside site? How will we grant access? etc. I do like the list though. Nice to know if you have a cycle buddy or to remember to ask the universe to help someone out. Having said that there was such a diversity of opinions on the list that I think bibv had the right idea of just leaving it alone. I actually feel like we almost need our own site. Warrior women IVF. Then divide it up into subheadings like: cycling, safe house, graduates, maybe even have seperate threads for TTC # 1 and secondary infertility. There would be a page for a supplement list (so we didn't have to requote it) and one on all the drugs, doses, times, uses and even some links to research on different drugs and protocols. But this is really just a pipe dream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Maxwellsmum Have you been injecting Neupogen? xx

    Never heard if it tahli before it was mentioned here by you and Charlie74 xo. But I don't think he uses it much as standard. Not saying your not standard mayby he's re evaluating his med's too as the lining issue girls are coming to him thick and fast.

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    @FaithandhopeIlove and it can be financed by the ads of the rich clinics.. Im up for a new business if someone else wants a partnership. I constantly look to invent things to make life easier. I felt in my experience in IVF there is a huge gap in resources. I want to invent something that assists with the 2ww. I did suggest a calendar like the advent and each dpt we get a new inspiring quote and a chocolate! I will keep at it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity888 View Post
    @MamaKes just wondering what your experience has been with the traveling donors program through wazza and costs if thats ok? I'm totaly confused trying to figure out sa vs greece vs thailand vs here hahaha help me please.
    It's about 30k all up. I personally am not a fan but my transfer failed.
    I have back up embryos though.
    The lady who runs it is pushy and rude as well. I had a couple of experiences in Brisbane where she made me cry as she just dumped donors on me and I'm not from Brisbane and don't have a car or know my way about much ect but she didn't care. The after cares been terrible take your money and run. Add in emails demanding I inform them of my pregnancy status. Not good if your in a situation like mine. My donor was nice and I'm still in touch with her.
    Would I recommend them no. But I'm in a situation where I have too many embryos that I can't use and I'm not pregnant (nor likely to be)and I spent 30 k plus on it.

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    @Charlie74 I just wanted to jump in and say I'm so sorry to hear about the shock news. You seem to be holding up well considering but am glad you are in capable hands and hoping the plan proposed works. Your amazing the mountains you climb in order to get answers and complete treatments you definitely deserve a happy ending. I too think Monash as a whole is very greedy, I still can't believe there are shareholders profiting from this business so unethical.

    I also had LB and did not think it was money worth spent, a bit of notoriety after celebrity donor pregnancy and consult fee tripled. Many of the nurses/embryologist that you deal with on a day to day business are young and fresh out of school. I had a huge disagreement with an embryologist at Monash who sounded about 18 on the phone. She called me up after performing ICSI and advised that out of the 10 eggs collected five looked typical whereas the other 5 had hard shells and would probably not survive the next day. The next day 5 embryos survived as expected from her comments. Well she noted on the computer that all eggs had hard outer shell but failed to mention that this was for 5 and 5 looked fine and typical. Therefore the nurse and LB decided that all my eggs were up **** creek. It took several weeks to track down the elusive original embryologist who performed ICSI and called me with the results To clarify what was said, I explained that her insufficient noting of the system lead my FS to wright me off. She apologised and said she would correct it but the damage was done, LB no longer wanted me on her books and I guess I'm lucky considering what I'm reading with @bib and @Charlie74.

    It's just crappy after paying huge amounts of money that you are dealing with inexperienced scientists who can't even manage sensitive information, how many others does this happen to?!? We are relying on all of these medical players to relay correct detailed information which should be the simplest of jobs and that gets stuffed up.

    anyhoo that's my rant!
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    @BlondeinBrisvegas just to chime in about the roll call thank you, you've done an amazing job and to keep up and post and support everyone.

    i personally like the roll call but because I don't post all the time, I do read along but play catch up some days and after I have got to the end I'm often exhausted and lost track of where everyone is at. Therefore I can't volunteer to take over so what will be will be with it.

    i really only look at it to see where everyone's at and if anyone would be a cycle buddy.
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