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    Hi ladies, I'm new in this thread. Sjust wondering for those of you who had chemical pregnancies, what protocol Warren used for you to give your successful pregnancy? I'm in Melbourne, so it would be quite hard for me to go and see Warren. But your success stories are so inspiring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SophJ View Post
    Hi ladies, I'm new in this thread. Sjust wondering for those of you who had chemical pregnancies, what protocol Warren used for you to give your successful pregnancy? I'm in Melbourne, so it would be quite hard for me to go and see Warren. But your success stories are so inspiring.
    Welcome SophJ! I guess it would depend on what Warren thought were the underlying issues for your chemicals? He does alter his protocol based on what your medical history, initial bloods and scans show.

    I wouldn't rule out seeing him just because you live in Melbourne. He has women flying in from all over Australia for consultations. And in the scheme of things a return flight from Melbourne-Brisbane is much cheaper than seeing a doctor who doesn't take your issues seriously...
    I know of some who see him for consults and procedures but get the basic stuff (minor procedures/bloods/scans etc) done in their home state to help with travel costs.

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    Hi Everyone

    So I finally went to Warren. Wow what an amazing man. I was in there for a long time and while he has created an intense detailed plan I feel like we are going to get somewhere.
    @SophJ ... I am seeing Warren due to multiple really early miscarriages (have a history of Endo and warren also discovered I have PCOS) He is doing a whole range of testing this month and all being well with the tests, next month doing a "scratch"etc and then we are trying the next month after that with the help of a range of medications.

    My question is has anyone done the 'infusions' to help with NK cells? How did you find it? I'm keen to do everything Warren has said, but these are supposed to take about 3hours and I'm a bit worried about all the time off work- although it will be worth it in the end I'm sure!! 😊

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    Default Dr Warren De Ambrosis - Wazza appreciation thread

    Quote Originally Posted by wishing25 View Post
    Hi Everyone

    So I finally went to Warren. Wow what an amazing man. I was in there for a long time and while he has created an intense detailed plan I feel like we are going to get somewhere.
    @SophJ ... I am seeing Warren due to multiple really early miscarriages (have a history of Endo and warren also discovered I have PCOS) He is doing a whole range of testing this month and all being well with the tests, next month doing a "scratch"etc and then we are trying the next month after that with the help of a range of medications.

    My question is has anyone done the 'infusions' to help with NK cells? How did you find it? I'm keen to do everything Warren has said, but these are supposed to take about 3hours and I'm a bit worried about all the time off work- although it will be worth it in the end I'm sure!! 😊
    Wishing I did the intralipid infusions. They can be feel like they are time consuming but they are definitely worth doing. The only cycle where I did them as Warren specified is the cycle we got our BFP. It also helped with supporting the pregnancy through 3 episodes of bleeding. (My body was still trying to reject 😒)

    The treatments themselves were fine and you can easily go back to work after it is completed. (It doesn't make you feel sick or anything). They do take about three hours to do but it needs to be done at a certain speed for maximum effectiveness.

    The nurses who look after it at the hospital are lovely !
    i too worried about time of work/cost etc but the way warren has it set up you go through St Andrews hospital as a day patient so PHI covers the cost (except for any excess you may have to pay). They take appointments from 7am (M,W-F) and the unit closes at 4pm. I had them every 10 days after transfer until 14 weeks. You could possibly stretch this out to every 14 days but not any longer as it wears off.

    As you are a day patient for the procedure they give you lunch if you are there at 12 noon.
    Maybe you could use sick leave/annual to cover the time you will be there?
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    Thanks so much! I was also wondering has anyone had a hysteroscopy/scratch and lipodial flush done?

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    @wishing25 - Yep I have! Was easy. Minimal pain afterwards. Only about 100 out of pocket too so not too bad!

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    Thanks so much for the reply!

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    @wishing25 - yes I have had that done and it's not too bad at all. Nothing compared to EPU :-) all the best!

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    Hi all, sorry for the delayed reply. I hardly get onto BH these days. Errrrm...so the 2 (and only) embryos we put in...both stuck! !! Yep...it's twins. What are the chances? ? (About 2%at my age I'm here to tell you!). We were quite shocked at the 7 week u/s. Were probably more prepared for bad news of no hb than. ..um..you have 2 sacs and 2hb. Far out. It's still very early days. And I'm terrified that at my next scan we'll have lost one or both heartbeats. Im nearly 9 weeks.

    Charlie- the protocol i was on was oestregen prime for 18 days (i think) with the pill and low dose Lucrin ,then menopur as the stim. Menopur is meant to b for older women. I'm 43 in a couple of weeks. I also used Saizen growth hormone. Plus the usual concoction of vitamins and pills plus clexane injections. Who knows if any or all of it was the difference. But we now have twins on the way to join our wazza miracle 18mnth old. We got 3 eggs and only 2 made it thru but became very good quality blasties.

    Yep. I'm one of those stories that i heard about but never thought would happen! !
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    Awesome news musical gal. Twins are wonderful..hard work but totally worth it


 

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