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    @Mink tell them. I needed an antibiotic drip after transfer because I was on steroids (also at genea). Surely your fs can't refuse to do a transfer. Be on the safe side, esp when it comes to meds.
    Good luck for transfer. Nerve wracking yes, but also very exciting!

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    @BB77 oh dear really?!

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    @ange1111 I'm having a general for my FET. I'm already on a blood thinner - clexane and FS doesn't have a prob with that.
    @BB77 oh wow! Why did you need an antibiotic drip after transfer?

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    I can't remember the exact reasoning but something to do with avoiding possible infection due to being on the steroids at time of transfer. I had it for both fets. Maybe it's not standard practice, I don't know? I was on a high dose, not sure if that made a difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB77 View Post
    I can't remember the exact reasoning but something to do with avoiding possible infection due to being on the steroids at time of transfer. I had it for both fets. Maybe it's not standard practice, I don't know? I was on a high dose, not sure if that made a difference.
    Oh interesting. Yes the steroids are supposed to suppress your immune system making you more susceptible to infections. I guess that'd be the reason why.

    Has anyone else been on an antibiotic drip because of the steroids, post transfer?

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    @Mink ok General a little more serious. How far before hand were you taking the clexane - that's interesting, dr M only recommended for me to take after transfer. Best of luck with it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ange1111 View Post
    @Mink ok General a little more serious. How far before hand were you taking the clexane - that's interesting, dr M only recommended for me to take after transfer. Best of luck with it!!
    I've been taking clexane injections (200mg single needle) for a couple days now, supposed to start about a week before transfer, but none on day of transfer and continue till BT. I only have high NKC (one type, in uterus and blood) and no other issues (apart from endo). I've noticed everyone's protocol is slightly different here with dr M. He has only suggested intralipids for me if I get a BFP. I've never had a BFP so no MC issues with me yet.

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    I'm on clexane a week before transfer, none for transfer day then start again next day as mink said.

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    Oh gee ok thanks for sharing - all a bit different. Best wishes for this transfer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mink View Post
    I've been taking clexane injections (200mg single needle) for a couple days now, supposed to start about a week before transfer, but none on day of transfer and continue till BT. I only have high NKC (one type, in uterus and blood) and no other issues (apart from endo). I've noticed everyone's protocol is slightly different here with dr M. He has only suggested intralipids for me if I get a BFP. I've never had a BFP so no MC issues with me yet.
    200mg?!? Is that a typo? Wowsers.


 

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