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    @shakeira I hope that your new diagnosis is the key to success for you. Nick is fantastic at what he does and I hope he gets you your take home Bub.

    I wasn't a fan of the lit treatments, but it is over in 15mins and is really not that bad, so you'll be fine. If you are nervous perhaps have a loved one go with you to talk to you while it's being done. It helped for me. Everything else I found much easier... I even had a nap during one of my intralipid treatments when I was tired during early pregnancy!

    All the best!

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    I appreciate the prompt replies so much. DH is **** scared of needles and blood so the LITs are freaking him out a little but willing to do whatever it takes.
    I bought the book by Alan Beer last night. Can't wait to read it.

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    I had my GP rewrite it and I didn't have to pay anything. Unfortunately my husband ended up paying $120 which I can live with.

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    Good plan. Why pay the money if we don't need to.

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    Can we use a laverty form at Douglas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    Can we use a laverty form at Douglas?
    Yep

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    Hi Shakiera

    This is probably way too late but I wondered how you went with Nick and LITs, Clexane, etc?

    We just received a positive DQ test back and I'm struggling. Crying etc. You said there were some good news stories but I can't see them?

    I'm also quite old so with this gene issue now, I don't think I have any hope. So sad. I will try and read back in these forums however your post was the first to come up.

    I'm new to this!

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    @VanessaM I had a full dq alpha match and was almost 38 when I started treatment. 2nd transfer gave me my healthy boy. Good luck x

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanessaM View Post
    Hi Shakiera

    This is probably way too late but I wondered how you went with Nick and LITs, Clexane, etc?

    We just received a positive DQ test back and I'm struggling. Crying etc. You said there were some good news stories but I can't see them?

    I'm also quite old so with this gene issue now, I don't think I have any hope. So sad. I will try and read back in these forums however your post was the first to come up.

    I'm new to this!
    Hi @VanessaM!
    I also have a complete match and I am currently 22+4weeks pregnant thanks to DrM. I never ever thought I would get this far and was looking into surrogacy. If you head over to the natural killer cells thread you will find a lot more activity and success stories there!
    http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...Cells-9/page50
    Good luck!

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