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    Quote Originally Posted by Velvet16 View Post
    I pay 60 but i think it was a months supply only (60 tabs twice a day)

    You need a compounding chemist. As its mot something that is stocked (i was told)

    So your price seems reasonable
    Sorry paid 56 for 60 tablets

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Really?? I didn't think it was possible to get a negative MTHFR one year and a positive result the next.. You either have that gene mutation or you don't. You're either born with it or not, It's not like something that develops with time.... That's so weird...

    Australia tests for C667T and A1298C variants.. The US probably tests for more of the uncommon ones, but it should have been picked up in 2013.. How very weird...
    I got tested for both of these in Australia in 2013 and then in the US in 2016. Got a negative result in Australia and a positive in the US. I will enquire with my FS in Australia at the time as to why it wasn't detected earlier. It is very strange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Ladies, I have to take 3 x 25 mg DHEA tabs. Compound chemist here charges $78 for 100 tablets of 25mg. Does that sound cheap or are they cheaper elsewhere?
    Yeah I think mine was $75 if you have private health ins with pharmacy extras you may be able to get some back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    Hi @Mongol what's the protocol dr Braverman gave you. I know everyone is different but interested to see.
    Hi @lastchance I've provided my protocol in the earlier post here. I'll be using Neupogen, Clexane, Prednisone, plaquenil, intralipids and progesterone for my FET. Dr B said if Thi protocol doesn't work he will try donor LIT. I will have to get immune testing done two weeks from embryo transfer, regardless of a positive or negative bHcg result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongol View Post
    Hi @lastchance I've provided my protocol in the earlier post here. I'll be using Neupogen, Clexane, Prednisone, plaquenil, intralipids and progesterone for my FET. Dr B said if Thi protocol doesn't work he will try donor LIT. I will have to get immune testing done two weeks from embryo transfer, regardless of a positive or negative bHcg result.
    Ok thanks Mongol. I have all those things bar the plaquenil, not sure what that is.

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    Hi all, new to this forum. I've read this whole thread and planning on going back and reading all the previous ones!

    I have elevated uterine NK cells, picked up by my current FS (a certain 'baby whisperer' at Monash) after 4 failed IVF transfers and a miscarriage with my previous FS. No other autoimmune or fertility issues for me as far as anyone can tell (just a heterozygous MTHFR mutation). We started IVF due to significant male factor issues.

    I'm about to go into my 3rd transfer with my new FS (8th transfer total) and I'm going to have clexane, progesterone, pregnyl boosters, dex instead of prednisone and intralipids (200ml). I was wondering whether anyone has any experience with dex - I seem to be on a very low dose of only 1mg per day, when I was previously on 10mg of prednisone going up to 20mg at transfer. Does this amount of dex sound right?

    I have a phone consult with Dr M scheduled but I'll be about to have my transfer by the time I get to speak to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    It's ok the clinic got back to me and just said I only needed to check it once. I get so confused cos I'm sure last time he said it can change during the transfer process and tablets may need to be revised. Anywho that's what they said. Apparently it has to be under 2 for transfer. Last time I checked it was 4 which he said was bad but that was down from 12 so I thought it was pretty good. Anyone else have thyroid issues?
    I am on thyroxine substitute medication too, my level was 3.9 initially in 2014 and is now on reasonable level. My FS said it needs to be 2.5 for transfer, my ex fs asked for bt check every 6 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllePea View Post
    Hi all, new to this forum. I've read this whole thread and planning on going back and reading all the previous ones!

    I have elevated uterine NK cells, picked up by my current FS (a certain 'baby whisperer' at Monash) after 4 failed IVF transfers and a miscarriage with my previous FS. No other autoimmune or fertility issues for me as far as anyone can tell (just a heterozygous MTHFR mutation). We started IVF due to sign.
    Welcome EllePea, I am not on dex so can't help you on that. Good luck with your upcoming transfer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllePea View Post
    Hi all, new to this forum. I've read this whole thread and planning on going back and reading all the previous ones!

    I have elevated uterine NK cells, picked up by my current FS (a certain 'baby whisperer' at Monash) after 4 failed IVF transfers and a miscarriage with my previous FS. No other autoimmune or fertility issues for me as far as anyone can tell (just a heterozygous MTHFR mutation). We started IVF due to significant male factor issues.

    I'm about to go into my 3rd transfer with my new FS (8th transfer total) and I'm going to have clexane, progesterone, pregnyl boosters, dex instead of prednisone and intralipids (200ml). I was wondering whether anyone has any experience with dex - I seem to be on a very low dose of only 1mg per day, when I was previously on 10mg of prednisone going up to 20mg at transfer. Does this amount of dex sound right?

    I have a phone consult with Dr M scheduled but I'll be about to have my transfer by the time I get to speak to him.
    Ho there and Welcome. Dex is stronger and has a different concentrstion to predisone. I was taking 3x0.5mg daily and did a google search the see the difference. They dont quite match up as .5mg of Dex equals 5mg predisone but dex is long last lasting and predisone is short lasting in the body. You swap from dex to pred when you are about 8-9 weeks as it crosses over the placenta.
    Best of luck with up coming transfer. Xx

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    Thank you Olive and Btae! I might leave a question for my FS about dosage of dex... All the best for both of you on your journeys.

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