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    Tash1 - I know nothing about that uterus issue but just wanted to say my OB just delivered our second bub, here due to loads of immune treatment & zoladex for severe adenomyosis. He also delivered our son & did 2 d&cs for miscarriage on me. Both births were Caesars - he is an excellent sugeon & saved me quickly from haemorrhage at this birth. I had velamentous cord insertion - quite rare 1% - & he knew all about it. Dr Stephen Morris in Sydney Macquarie St, give his rooms a call, ask to speak to Lex (she used to run RPAH labour ward). Dr Morris is a no nonsense guy, he won't sugar coat anything which I personally appreciate, he is excellent at his job - bring a live baby safely into the world. Please give them a call & PM me if you like. Good luck xxx

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    @Tash1 I don't know much about your condition either but wanted to wish you luck. I think precious heart's advice is good but am tagging @AllyFunk (hopefully she is still around) too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PreciousHeart View Post
    Tash1 - I know nothing about that uterus issue but just wanted to say my OB just delivered our second bub, here due to loads of immune treatment & zoladex for severe adenomyosis. He also delivered our son & did 2 d&cs for miscarriage on me. Both births were Caesars - he is an excellent sugeon & saved me quickly from haemorrhage at this birth. I had velamentous cord insertion - quite rare 1% - & he knew all about it. Dr Stephen Morris in Sydney Macquarie St, give his rooms a call, ask to speak to Lex (she used to run RPAH labour ward). Dr Morris is a no nonsense guy, he won't sugar coat anything which I personally appreciate, he is excellent at his job - bring a live baby safely into the world. Please give them a call & PM me if you like. Good luck xxx
    Thanks PreciousHeart - and congratulations on the birth of your new baby! Dr Morris sounds like a great lead. I will contact him today. A trusted and very experienced midwife I knew years ago (in past pregnancies) also spoke highly of him, as it happens, so perhaps he is meant to be! I have everything crossed. Thanks so much for your help and well wishes. x

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithandhopellove View Post
    @Tash1 I don't know much about your condition either but wanted to wish you luck. I think precious heart's advice is good but am tagging @AllyFunk (hopefully she is still around) too.
    Thank you, faithandhopellove! I didn't know how to do that (or that it could even be done, ha!). Thanks so much

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    Default Synarel for adeno

    Hi all, I'm new to forums. Although I haven't got a BFP yet I'm about to go in to my egg collection. I was screened by my Dr at Repromed very early on as part of the investigative process for Adenomyosis, which is great by them. I have this, along with many other issues such as Endo and an AMH of 10. I did a few weeks of a spray called Synarel as part of the Long down Reg. It was a horrid spray, but we are hoping this will 'reset' my system and minimize the adeno. Just putting it out there as another treatment plan... will let you know if this round is successful or not. Thanks for posting. Best wishes to you all x

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    Hi. Ive had 2 failed IVF cycles. I've been diagnoised w/ adenomyosis and endo. My issues is the egg not implanting. I'm Planning to use Zoladex before next FET. My question is, how do I know if I have an immune issue too? I keep hearing about prednisone being used to help Implantation in addition to Zoladex.

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    Hi Carebear01, try looking in the NK or natural Killer cell forums, there is a lot of information there. Dr Braverman and Dr Sher (both US) have websites that explain a bit too. It is tricky as there is a lot of controversy around immune issues because the evidence is conflicting and unfortunately there are not lots of big studies, probably because everyone is different (although a lot of similarities and makes the forums useful). Sounds like a good plan to use the zoladex, good luck!

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    Hi Carebear01, google Dr Gamal Matthias, I went to him for 3 years and Prof Tremellen at Repromed diagnosed my adeno... there is an Natural Killer cells thread on bub hub, join it! Call Dr Matthias' rooms, also Dr Nick Lolatgis in Melb can help - ask the girls on the NK thread. Hit it with everything! Zoladex helped me plus loads of immune drugs from Nick and Dr Matthias. Good luck XXX

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    Default Second time around

    Hi ladies,
    I previously conceived using zolodex after two failed cycles back in 2014. My gorgeous son arrived in 2015 and is now a cheeky toddler. We've decided it's time to try for baby no. 2. My doc decided to send me in for an MRI to see how my adenomyosis was fairing and unfortunately it is far more severe now than back in 2014.

    Anyhow, I've started Zolodex, I had my first implant about ten days ago, mood swings and hot flushes are in full swing - but today something unusual has happened, I've started spotting. Is this normal? It didnt happen for me the first time around and I'm worried it means my body is fighting the implant and my period is coming. I will call the doctor on Monday, it wondered if Any one experienced similar?

    This time around we've decided not to take the prednisalone as research has advanced since our first pregnancy, I am thrilled to say the least as the weight gain associated with prednisalone was absolutely terrible for me.

    Anyhow. I am hoping I can start the convo back up. I'm also curious to know how a y other ladies currently cycling are going/coping with the physical and emotions side effects of IVF.

    Xx

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    Hi ladies 👋

    I'm nearly 38 and had IVF three years ago which resulted in a BFP first time and a healthy baby girl

    We have been trying for #2 since April this year and have had one failed FET then did a fresh embryo transfer IVF round which resulted in a chemical pregnancy.

    I've since been diagnosed with mild Adenomyosis so I had one Zoladex implant followed by synarel and now FET looks set to take place this Wednesday.

    I started the prednisolone 10mg yesterday. I'm hoping it all will be worth it and we'll end up with a bub after all this

    I'd love to hear about your experiences with the prednisolone.. I'm going to ask on Wednesday anyway but how long should I expect to be on it? I'm a bit scared about the insomnia as the Xoladex gave me horrible insomnia.

    Toots do you mind me asking the dose you were on and how long for?

    I also have Multiple Sclerosis so I'm not sure if FS is factoring this in as an immune issue. I thought the prednisolone was to settle the inflammation in the uterus but I could be wrong. My multiple sclerosis obviously didn't affect my first pregnancy reaching term.

    Glad I've found this thread Baby dust to all!
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