@pingc383 - Yes hun they are both GH, definately worth looking around for the cheapest its very expensive. Yes hun I will be doing the long down regulated cycle with a crossover chaged from synarel to Decapeptyl though this time and back to the puregon instead of alternating puregon and menapur. Its worked well in the past I get the quantity just struggle with quality.
@gorgeousgeorge - As @pingc383 mentioned Warren does the FISH test and other tests which are pretty through. My DH has had those done before cycle and all came back looking good. After failed cycles though Warren mentioned last appointment that can not guarantee all is ok and he may still have an issue that can't be detected by science today.
@softshellcrab - When I have used the 200mg pessaries in the past hin we have got them through the Wesley hospital at EPU they are not compounded and are the opori brand. I know a cheaper script is given out to get you through your in cycle 2ww after that it becomes more expensive.
Sadly my lining was to thick and ovaries to active today to start a fresh cycle. I'll keep going with synarel and add progonova and provera for 16 days then wait a bleed and see him day 2.
In exciting news he agreed to transfer 2 fresh embryos once we get to that point!!!
Charlotte will probably do pick up and transfer but I'm ok with that.
Warren described it to me as the lining is old so its like trying to plant a seed in old soil its better for it to be thin to start off with so you can start a fresh with new soil haha!!
Well today changed quickly. I continued to bleed today and when DH did a lining scan it was 4.5 so I'm starting today!!
@pingc383 I just picked up 2 vials of growth hormone from warrens rooms for $710. They are 10mg in 1.5ml so 3 doses a vial. It might be worth buying from Warren and taking home in a cold pack with loads of ice.
I would think it would be ok but I guess it isn't worth the risk. I was just thinking if lite n easy or the like can leave your food on ice in the yard for 8 hours it might be ok.
pingc383 when i used to go to fs clinic in australia, i always had to drive 2hrs home and they always gave me the meds in a pack both at the clinic and the chemist. They were always ok and nobody ever said you have to rush home and they said it was cool if i had lunch or went shopping before driving home, so more than 2 hours was ok too. The cooler packs they use at clinics and chemists are much better that the ones you buy for lunches at supermarket. The packs were always still completely frozen after 2-3 hours and, i reckon they would tell you if it wasnt ok. :-) If that helps?
Id ring the clinic and ask and get the packs and bag from the clinic/chemist coz then you know they're medical quality freezer packs :-)
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