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    Default Medications for tww (fresh transfer)

    Hi all
    Just wondering what type of medications your fs put you on during you tww?

    ICSI #1 April 2012 Cancelled
    ICSI #2 August 2012

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    Hi Squeak - just progesterone pessaries 2 days after EPU. 250mg twice a day.

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    Thanks Lee80. Was that enough to hold off AF?

    ICSI #1 April 2012 Cancelled
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    For me, no. It did extend my LP by a couple of days but I still got AF before my beta was due (and about 13-14 dpo). Both times a neg though, so I don't know whether it would be fine if I was pregnant. I am planning about asking whether I need more support though.


 

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