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    Hi @Annie85,
    We also used it for 2 cycles & didn't have any success with it. We wont be using it again as it cost us an extra $750 out of pocket for each cycle. Hopefully it works for you

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    So I just got back from my appointment with Lynn for #2.

    As usual it was a whirlwind, and I was distracted because I had DS with me. No one was available to watch him... Anyway, since we have 4 frosties this will be much more straightforward than the last time.

    I need to go for some initial bloods, and call during my May period for a scratch. (Which they now do in office...) Apparently I had one with my hysto / gyno last time, but didn't realise. Then I'm to call my nurse when my June cycle starts.

    Anyone had Emma as their nurse? I had Chloe first round who I loved. I'm a bit bummed not to have her, but less to mess up with a FET.

    Oh, and we're doing unmedicated. I thought they were always medicated for Lynn.

    Anyway YIKES!!!

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    This is exactly what we did with my FET. Wishing you all the best

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    Hi ladies, introducing myself and trying for number 2. Our first was born in 2013 with Mivf. Initially I met with Dr Burmeister in 2012 as I was in the process of swapping over from Mivf when our 4th cycle with Mivf worked. Looking forward to cycling with some of you I'm booked in for a scratch in April

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    How bad is the scratch? Worse than a stretch and sweep?

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    @lileitak my scratch was ok after taken nurofen an hour before, but someone here mentioned it was quite painful for her. Chole has moved into a leadership position so I also got transferred to a new nurse a few months ago, not Emma though. Good luck with the fet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Btae View Post
    @lileitak my scratch was ok after taken nurofen an hour before, but someone here mentioned it was quite painful for her. Chole has moved into a leadership position so I also got transferred to a new nurse a few months ago, not Emma though. Good luck with the fet.
    That is great for Chloe - she was fabulous. Always called with results, and never left you waiting stressed.

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    I have Michelle and she is really lovely and reliable in calling when she says she will call

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie85 View Post
    I have Michelle and she is really lovely and reliable in calling when she says she will call
    Thanks great! I know a couple years ago there were a few duds.

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    Yeah agree Chole is so good compared to the subsequent one I was transferred to. She is still around so if you have issues/difficulties, she is available to help, probably not the day to day management though.


 

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