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    Hi munchikin14 i did a HRT cycle in May with LB i am currently 32 weeks pregnant. I was on 3 x2 progynova daily, 2 e patch every 2nd day & progesterone 4 daily! I had a reaction with the e patch but this method worked for me! Good luck!

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    Default Lynn Burmeister Monash IVF-feedback wanted please #6

    Thank you so much for replying @Thecrazycatlady - congratulations on being pregnant!!!!

    I've only received the instructions roughly today. Do you know more detail about how it all works? Is the E patch literally a patch you have to change? Where do you wear it? How big is it? Should probably google it!

    What had you done previously to this working.
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    Thank you pregnancy is going well... the patch is worn on the butt and is changed every 2nd day, you can shower with it on. Its used for estrogen i think. Its a good size patch.
    This was our first Fet as we were with a previous clinic but were not getting much eggs. Went over to LB we originally thought it was just male factor but found i had endometriosis in the bowl. She put me on heap of vitamins eg vit e, d, qu10, melatonin, & dhea for 3 plus months then i went on the pill for a month then started the spray, then pergon injections cant remember how much but had to inject 2x daily, got 13 eggs our best ever then put one back in & 2 made it to freeze. However we had a chemical pregnancy. We went straght into a fet and got pregnant the next month with the above meds! We have one frostie left! I hope this helps. Oh yeah i also had a scratch before i started the cycle. Have you seen your nurse yet? She should explain all the meds to you?

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    Hi girls has anyone recently done intralipids with Lynn? Is the quoted $500 cost the hospital admission fee or something else? Her rooms are closed til next week and I'm just trying to plan/budget
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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Hi girls has anyone recently done intralipids with Lynn? Is the quoted $500 cost the hospital admission fee or something else? Her rooms are closed til next week and I'm just trying to plan/budget
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    I'd be interested to know too. I've just asked about doing intralipids but won't know if she'll let me til she's back on the 12th. Think I'll be insisting though!

    Does it happen at epworth Richmond?

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    Yes at Richmond as far as I know @munchkin14 I have the script and i think the actual medication costs $150 or so, Lynn charges a management fee of $100 and the "hospital cost of the infusion is around $500" according to the paperwork

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    Actually a friend just told me the medication is only about $30 or so

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    Thanks @emski72 I hope it's just the hospital excess of $500 !

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    I'm really interested to hear how you're going with intrallipids. I asked about it for my last transfer but my nurse was all poo poo about it...!

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    @emski72 that sounds right. My fs charged 100 manag fee for organising it and phi paid the bed fee.


 

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