How wonderful to finally see a baby on our thread! Congratulations Nat he is divine! FG
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27-02-2013 10:48 #511Member
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27-02-2013 12:17 #512
What an adorable little man, thanks for updating us all. I hope you are enjoying this special time with him.
Kiwi - Good Luck today
27-02-2013 16:52 #513Senior Member
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Well it's looking good...HCG has gone up to 3156 & progesterone up to 56
They still want to monitor me though & I have another BT on Sat so again I know anything can happen but will stay positive!
Spoke to Gwyneth & Dr M wants me to do another Intralipid this wkd, nt sure if is Sat or Sun yet but will let you know Scruffy!
27-02-2013 17:29 #514
Yay Kiwi that is awesome news!!!
27-02-2013 18:56 #515Senior Member
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Thanks for the info you gave me on on levels. I think the 21 is the CD56 value. I did have an endometrial biopsy which I thought was for CD57 but CD57 is not mentioned on the pathology report which confuses me a bit. I probably need to clarify with FS.
27-02-2013 20:32 #516
Kiwi - Brilliant news!!! So happy for you Keep strong little embie you are a fighter! Those levels are FAB. Looking forward to hearing more good news at the end of the week.
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27-02-2013 20:47 #517
Awesome news kiwi, so pleased for you!
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28-02-2013 02:34 #518Member
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Hi Hi girls
I have to say that reading your posts really gives me hope!
I have stage 3 Endometriosis and I have had 10 faild IVF treatments (5 fresh transfers with my eggs, 3 FET with my eggs, 1 IVF DE treatment and 1 FET DE treatment) and 1 miscarriage + 2 chem preg.
I have often thougth that high NK cells was my problem... 'During a IVF treatment i often feel like im pregnant and then like 3 days before the bloodtest all symptoms go a away and my Hcg is 0 or very low... The doctors i have been seeing say they dont belive that NK cell affect impantation... so thats why i was told i just needed Egg donation... ( I have many eggs, blood work is fine and i get good embrios) When ED treatment didnt work i though to myself i just need to take matters in to my own hands and find a doctor that belives me... So i did.
I went to England and had a test done and it turns out my uNK cell (CD56) are 456! (Should be between 115 and 172).
Now im planing my next treatment and im woundering...
1. Is Intralipid og IVIg treatment better? (Cost doesnt matter).
And 2. Where in Europe is best to go for immunological IVF treatment?
One in a need for some help...
28-02-2013 08:08 #519
Hi ladies, I've been quietly reading along and cheering for you all on the sidelines...so great to see such wonderful news in here lately...
Huge congratulations to Nat with the safe arrival of your miracle little boy, he is just gorgeous!! Hope you are both doing well. xx
Congrats to scruffy and kiwi too...fantastic news! Kiwi, sounds like you have a lil fighter in there,stay positive
So great to see such positive outcomes with Dr M, i honestly think for us girls who have struggled for so long...he is THE MAN!!!
Hi B123 , sorry to hear you have had a rough journey too and sounds like you could definitely give Intralipids a try. Are you in Iceland? I think most of us here are in Australia but I know for sure that intralipid is available in the UK, just need to ask around your local clinics or use the wonderful modern resource....Dr Google!! You are most certainly welcome here for support and I look forward to hearing positive news from you too soon
Hey Helen, how are you going? When is your FET? Am i right in thinking you go to south africa for it? I have all fingers, toes, arms and legs crossed that this is your lucky time...i have a good feeling
Hi to everyone here, i never really get a chance to post much these days...but i do try to keep up and always sending out thoughts and prayers to you all.
Take care, much love
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28-02-2013 13:38 #520
I just had a quick check for you in Dr Beers book - Is your baby body friendly (a must read if you haven't yet) and he lists all the immune therapy specialists in the back, including Dr Paul Armstrong at The Portland Hospital in London. Might be worth trying to track him down....
Good Luck, I have definitely found you have to be proactive as the FS will sit back and keep trying the same things over and over again, hoping for a different result - the definition of madness I believe
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