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    @Sue77 from memory i think you have embryos but needed a surrogate to carry them? Hopefully this will make the price a bit cheaper. I would be hesitant about going to the ukraine. What about greece or eastern europe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    @JulieMalooley have you had banding done? I had some internal banding a few years ago and it was horrendously painful. I was in agony, the nurses panicked, the anaethatist didn't know what to do and the surgeon wanted to reverse the procedure, but by then 10 hours was down and I just stuck it out. It was only supposed to be a few hours in hospital, so obviously something went wrong, although I've since heard it is usually very painful. I wouldn't want that whilst pregnant... I don't know that I'd have it again - the cure was worse than the problem. Plus they came back pretty quickly (painkillers following accident)...

    My sympathies.
    @Gagingi, yes I had my last gigantic one drained then banded but it was also external. I've never really suffered from internal ones that I know of. Yes it was uncomfortable but definitely not excruciating. Even if it was, a couple of days of excruciating pain is definitely better than probably 8 or more months of huge discomfort - who's kidding who, when twins come along I won't get to a Dr for god knows how long.

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    Girls, I need some painkiller advice. I have my HyCoSy referral in front of me from Dr M. I'd like to have it done next week. What's the most hard core painkillers I can take to block out the pain? I really wanted to have this done under anesthetic. Endone with Valium maybe?? Help!!

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    @Precious40 and @Lolly99 huge congrats to both on your amazing news. Im catching up. I wish you both a very healthy and happy pregnancy. I think we work this hard to get pregnant, we deserve a simple 9months and easy birth. Has to even out somewhere surely!?

    Best wishes to January cyclers. xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    @Gagingi, yes I had my last gigantic one drained then banded but it was also external. I've never really suffered from internal ones that I know of. Yes it was uncomfortable but definitely not excruciating. Even if it was, a couple of days of excruciating pain is definitely better than probably 8 or more months of huge discomfort - who's kidding who, when twins come along I won't get to a Dr for god knows how long.
    Ah jeeze, it sounds awful. Surely they can do something?? Lancing your own roids sounds less than ideal

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    Hey @JulieMalooley! Babe don't operate on your roids!! They are very vascular and you could end up with some blood loss that you don't need right now. Or an infection! Can you try witch hazel? Not sure if it's ok for pregnancy but Google maybe? Or go to health food store and ask if they have something safe?
    Tahli I don't know if you've had endone before but it is quite strong and I think would be too much with Valium. Maybe one or the other. Are you sure they will not give you any sedation/painkillers when you go for procedure? Maybe ring and tell them you have low pain threshold or something. Sometimes they have something available but don't always offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Girls, I need some painkiller advice. I have my HyCoSy referral in front of me from Dr M. I'd like to have it done next week. What's the most hard core painkillers I can take to block out the pain? I really wanted to have this done under anesthetic. Endone with Valium maybe?? Help!!
    Yes Luv.....Endone with Valium is what I took for my Endo Scratch/Lipoidal Flush that I had done in Wazza's office.

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    Oh bib your strong! one of either and I'm toast!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lolly99 View Post
    Oh bib your strong! one of either and I'm toast!!
    I think it's been taking antidepressants/anti anxiety meds for over 20 yrs for my clinical depression/GAD that's conditioned me maybe???

    Either way...I can handle my drugs Luv😉😁

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    Hi Tahli and Midnite 01 .... thanks for your input.....it really helps to make our decision.... I did research about Greece too . The price is too much there too ... close to the 100000 mark .. .. which we cannot afford... We also looke dc at S Africa... but I m pretty sure that u need to be a resident there for surrogacy .

    We are waiting for our pgd results here with LB in Melbourne, but after our 2 failures with pgd normal embies ... she said may be your embies even after being pgd normal , lose the puff n energy to divide etc plus the immune issues .... If we get one or 2 normals, still the process of shipping frozen embryos overseas is v expensive plus cumbersome. . That is why after 14 cycles , 2 miscarriages plus a brain surgery on top.... we decided abt the egg donation plus surrogacy to have our baby ... and if we get any normals from our pgd results , then I can transfer them in me with all the immune stuff etc

    We were researching about India as it seemed to be the favored destination for most Australians. . But recently they announced a complete ban on surrogacy for foreigners. So as Tahli mentioned , that door closed for us and we started searching our options again. There is a clinic in Ukraine (Kiev) known as Biotexcom which is offering a guaranteed success at 30000 Euros (45000 AUD)... which still we can somehow manage after stretching all our resources plus loans etc...Any particular reason why you would not prefer Ukraine whereas so many Aussie trusted India which is also a 3rd world country. ...

    All the best for your hycosy. When are u having it done love ?
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