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    Yep I've had LIT! You need to get it done if you have a dq alpha match. They inject your partners white blood cells into your forearm, once and then again four weeks later. It's supposed to help your body recognise their DNA (or something) as not foreign. Not pleasant but you gotta do what you gotta do I suppose.

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    I've had it too @BB77 - again, not my fave part of this whole process! Just wondering- I know treatment lasts 6 months, but do you happen to know if you need to get it redone during pregnancy when the 6 months are up?

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    Yes you do, but only one shot as a booster. I found the lit to be more painful than anything else. Who's your doctor @freakedout44 ?

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    Yeah - between the LIT and biopsy, I'm not sure what was worse!

    Good to know the booster is a bit easier though. Thanks for that info.

    I'm seeing Dr Nick Lolatgis. You?

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    I'm seeing dr matthias, I'm in sydney. Does your guy do ivig aswell?

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    Yes - but he does intralipids too, which are a cheaper alternative.

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    Ok so confused lol @freakedout44

    I had biopsy done in March to test for NKC with Gavin Sacks in Sydney... both the biopsy and BT my levels weren't high enough to warrant his protocol.

    is the scratch another name for that?

    Lyn B has me on what she calls a similar protocol to Gavin's because of the unknown for me... Other than MTHFR we've got nothing else to go on..
    My recent FET I was on clexane, steroids, baby aspirin, prog support (it was a sim ov FET tfr) ... looks like this is similar to the colorado except without the added antibotics?


    Im currently winding down the steroids after transfer, but still taking VitD, VitE, CQ10, thorne prenatal & extra folate


    So many things

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    @Tanej78 the scratch and the biopsy are the same thing. Except with the biopsy, they send the sample for testing. When was your transfer? Sounds like you're on the Bondi protocol? My fs says that the people she's treated who don't have severe immune issues have success with it. Good luck!

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    my FET was a failure... @BB77 .. none of our 7 frozen blastos got us a babe, only 1 was a success but failed @7.5weeks

    So we're back to the drawing board new stim cycle

    Ah yes the bondi protocol thats what Gavin Sacks does.
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    Ohhh so sorry to hear that. It's so hard, you really do need an immense amount of strength to go through this.

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