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    @Debant omg my heart just skipped a beat! Hopefully it's a sticky one!!! I'm so tempted now to POAS

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    I caved too @Debant and it's a faint line at 5dp5dt. I'm not getting too excited yet though as it didn't stick around last time.

    Please god make this one stick.

    Congrats debant I'm so excited for you. I was told by olive that you will get an email if the medication needs to change otherwise keep it the same. Are you home yet?

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    @Lastchance75 omg you too!!! Yay!!! Please stay sticky!!!!
    Even more tempted now to test. My heart is pounding...

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    @ange1111 yes this is first sptime with LIT. Also first time with neupogen. Bloods are taken at Dr M office. Then go back to his office for injections.
    @Lastchance75 congrats. A faint line is a line. I know the feeling of not getting too excited yet. I miscarry around 6/8 weeks so still some nervous waiting ahead. But it is a step closer. Thanks re Neupogen. Yes we are home. Got home last Friday.

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    My first time with LIT and neupogen too. Let's hope it's the magic potion we needed.

    Always something to wait for isn't there. Never a guarantee till we have bubs in our arms. So excited for us.

    Let us know how you go @Mink no pressure though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    I caved too @Debant and it's a faint line at 5dp5dt. I'm not getting too excited yet though as it didn't stick around last time.

    Please god make this one stick.

    Congrats debant I'm so excited for you. I was told by olive that you will get an email if the medication needs to change otherwise keep it the same. Are you home yet?
    Yay! So excited for you! Please get darker! I have every faith it will! Xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debant View Post
    @ange1111 and @pingc383

    hubby has blood taken, he thinks it was about 3 vials, just like having blood tests so only in for a couple of minutes. As already said 2 treatments 4 weeks apart. Then you get about 4 injections in your forearm. They stung. But Dr M is very good with it.

    I couldn't hold out any longer and have POAS. It's a BFP. Blood test Thursday. This one stays.

    back to Neupogen questions.mhow long aft the weekly blood test does Dr M advise if there is a change? Or do I need to contact? I'm sure he said they will just contact via email. Do I assume if no contact there is no change?
    Yay more great news. Looking forward to seeing your results on Thursday!

    In regards to neupogen Dr M will email you if there needs to be a change to your doses otherwise you won't hear from them so don't stress. I did it for 14 weeks and didn't get 1 email so all was good!

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    Thanks @Olive79 I think it was your lucky neupogen that did the trick. Just need it to continue now. Xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    Thanks @Olive79 I think it was your lucky neupogen that did the trick. Just need it to continue now. Xx
    I really hope so! The miracle drug I say! Xx

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    Hi @pingc383 I'll do another one this afternoon and post that. Hopefully it's darker. Scared now. Scared to do the first one and just as nervous doing the second one.

    Oh no neupogen is around $1000 and that should last approx 12 weeks.

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