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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Is it because you can't get an earlier appointment with Dr M that you have to wait until Dec?
    Yes pretty much. AF started today. Last cycle I started the steroids on day 1 of cycle, so I think it'll be too late if my meds are supposed to be adjusted/changed. My appt is 9th November

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    Ladies, does anyone know how long after stopping clexane that you can start taking ibuprofen??? AF is in full swing and so is the pain!!! I've taken a combo of just about every other painkiller but nurofen is the best for me pharmacist said 1 week (but I think she was just guessing). Some ppl online say they've taken it straight away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Why would she say 1 week? Clexane and ibuprofen are two different meds.. I wouldn't think a pain killer would interact with a blood thinner.. I reckon just take one or Google it.. These chemists sometimes have no idea...
    I checked a website that checks which drugs interact with which and ibuprofen does with clexane. They're both blood thinners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    I'm cd3, started stimming yesterday. My last stim cycle was August. I couldn't get appointment with Dr M or Wazza until late Sep, so waited for this cycle to start.

    AMH is not a test of egg quality tho.. It's just a measure of quantity, but the lower the number the higher the likelihood of poor quality eggs, cos we know all the good eggs are released earlier on in life and when you get older the number decreases and so does the likelihood of the good quality eggs. There will still be some there, it's just finding them. Wazza told me 80% of my eggs are likely to be rotten at age 40.
    That's really interesting... I should've started TTC at 18 dammit. Ha! Or at least frozen my eggs. My AMH prior to endo surgery #1 was 30, then after #2 it went down to 11 . Good luck with the stimming. What has Dr M and wazza got you on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ange1111 View Post
    @Mink what I've read about low AMH in younger ladies is you don't get the poor quality eggs like us over 38 (can't recall your age though!) so less eggs but better quality. The quality really declines with age
    I think you take the zolodex after you've banked some embryos, so for three months prior to transfer. That's why it would be good to PGS test so you know there's some chances in the mix!
    Interesting. That makes sense to bank a few embies before doing zoladex. I'm turning 32. I think I just need to suck it up and do the PGD testing. No specialist so far has indicated that I have quality issues though... they've focused more on my dodgy uterus/implantation probs but it'll be good to know for certain if it's eggs/embryo quality.

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    Thanks @pingc383 sweating on the results today. I'm so nervous.

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    Hi @pingc383 hcg 174 so good so far. Omg I'm so relieved. Thanks so much for your support.

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    Yay @Lastchance75 great news.

    im still waiting on HCG for today. Results are getting frustrating. I have progesterone level, which is 41, a rise from 28 last week. But not HCG, yet taken in same vial today. G is following up and also the fbc which they needed to advise re Neupogen. Very frustrating not knowing yet, and nerve wracking.

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    I did them through fs/ob. He wants me to start doing them through genea for quicker response.

    G has tracked the results down though and hcg is 1140. Omg big rise.

    So increase in neupogen again. Another test Thurs. and at this stage ivig sat.

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