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    Quote Originally Posted by Nidhulaine View Post
    Just tell them you are happy for them to open them and make them up in pre-filled syringes of 50mcg then. They will have no problem working out the 50mcg they are just worried about opening them. Logically most of us are opening vials and puting them in syringes ourselves so they are coming in contact with air but only once and it will be the same for your syringes. As I said Slade will put them in the pre-filled syringes for you. You might actually end up saving money as I know Slade charges etc for doing this but in your case they just want to sort out your order without having to return it.
    Technically the syringes will have a shorter shelf life as unopened vials are close to 2years but your going to be using yours soon anyway and if you get pregnant you will be reordering.mif you get a BFP make sure you have enough.
    The saga continues! The compounding pharmacist flat out refuses to split the prefilled syringes into six syringes. Thinks he will be liable if something goes wrong grr! So they are sending me the ten prefilled ones again and I have to expel the excess and just inject what I need. No idea how I'm going to do that! In the meantime they are ordering the vials in which is what they should have done and they will absorb the cost of the wastage. How crazy is that!!!! I'm worried about doing it this way but that's all they will do.

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    @soclose: sorry about the drama. What a pain!!! I was like a mad woman at the pharmacy last week. Lol. Can u switch pharmacy next round?

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    Yes I think I will change. They have always been really good with progesterone injections etc but this is new to them.

    I'm going to try and do what Nidhulaine suggested. I don't want to waste it even if chemist is absorbing the cost. I will have to try and work out how much I need from each syringe and recap it. This will be interesting lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Sagi View Post
    Hope168, welcome... it's sounds very odd that you've had so many immature eggs with most of your cycles. I thought if they're immature they haven't been grown out enough? I'm sure Professor Nidhulaine would know...haha she's the walking encyclopedia of IVF.

    Just to add confusion to the mix, I'm choosing my own egg donor and sperm donor rather than going for an embryo. I call it my designer embryo!
    Professor, thanks for the compliment Miss Sagi, lol!
    But I know nothing about ivf. Did try one cycle for PGD but compared to most ladies I am clueless. My mini area of expertise is unfortunately losing babies(7) and obviously that was because of immune issues so I am prob a bit obsessed with that area. I commented on the Neupogen as I have a MSc in organic synthesis (the chemistry of making drugs basically) and worked in labs for 10 years so I know without a doubt a compound pharmacist can easy work out the dose. They weren't exactly being helpful at that pharmacy and even if I didn't have a clue of dosage I know from ordering it 3 times that it shouldn't take more than a week to get in. For me Neupogen did work so I suppose I am trying to give it a good review.

    I really like like the idea of chosing your own donor sperm and egg, it's a great idea. Good luck miss Sagi

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    Hi Hope168, sorry you're having a rough time... Seems immature eggs can be related to insulin resistance, have you been tested and tried low GI diet etc? Also has your FS tried different stimming protocols as maybe your follies are growing too quickly? I recall a mineral or vitamin that helps with maturity but can't remember what it is... Maybe google for that. Also take high doses of coq10 600-900mg per day...failing all that it could be your eggs, like SoClose says, try to be realistic about your eggs... I wasn't and we've moved to donor, I'm now 43 but did miraculously have a son at 39/40 with only 2 embies at day 3. Good luck, maybe get a second FS opinion???

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    SoClose what a bloody palava!!! Can another pharmacy do this for you if they are too chicken? Otherwise I'm sure the lovely Nidhulaine will guide you through... Try not to stress about it, it'll work out fine! Xxx

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    Wow thread number 5!!!

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    Me 26, DH 30
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    5th cycle of clomid chemical pregnancy

    Started IVF jan 2014

    1st IVF Jan 2014: @WFC antagonist cycle started, cancelled day 9 due to over stimulation, 60+ follicles.

    2ND IVF March 2014: Next generation fertility ,Antagonist cycle, chemical pregnancy!!!!!

    *DIAGNOSED WITH HIGH UTERINE NK CELLS

    3rd: 1st FET May2014, started intralipids for the first time due to high NK cells in the uterus BFN

    4th IVF JUNE 2014 antagonost protocol, BFP, CHEMICAL PREG

    5th IVF AUGUST 2014, changed protocol to long protocol


 

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