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    @Little2 - I did my first fresh cycle with Warren back in Oct/Nov which resulted in a non viable pregnancy (blighted ovum) it was a long drawn out process and I didn't m/c until I was equivalent to 11 weeks. So this is now my first FET with him.

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    Good afternoon ladies! Quick Q, does synarel make you completely exhausted or is this my special side affect?? I've only started a couple days ago so I'm unsure what else it could be??

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    @Heyside I've had the same lining concerns the last two cycles- Dec was cancelled because my lining went backwards, and Jan lining was 6.5 which Warren said was usable and worth giving it a go. He thinks that there was a low level infection after my c section in 2013 which may have damaged the lining. I'm on viagra too this cycle- he put it in my husbands name also- don't know about discounted price though- $55 for 8 pessaries at chemist downstairs

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    @Heyside yes possibly... I am usually in there super early before work (I was there 5:30-6 today) - I have a navy and red polo shirt as part of my uniform. At the moment I feel like I live there haha so most likely someone has seen me!! 😊
    @Little2 Look Warren did say some people can't put up with it... I honestly didn't find it that bad. The worst is when he is actually "scratching" but it's not for long and he talked to me the whole time as a bit of a distraction - so it really was ok. I get very sick under general anaesthetic so for me this was so much better. Warren offered me a tea and to lay down for a bit after - but I was pretty much good to go after 10-15 mins or so.
    @Tinachris it's been a while since I was on Synarel... And given how many other things I'm on I can't exactly remember whether I was tired. What I do remember about Synarel is that I got really really bad sinus and a blocked nose! When I was on Synarel for my EPU cycle I think I was on melatonin at the same time and that did make me tired!

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    @wishing25 yeah I'm on melatonin too. Maybe it's both. It hasn't affected my sinuses-yet. Thanks for the heads up!

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    Ladies where did you hey your melatonin from? Wazza asked me to take it buy cant seem to find it and local chemists? Might try the pharmacy under warrens rooms.

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    @Chyna the compounding pharmacy down on the corner near his rooms called my life my health. It was $95 for 90 tablets. We had to wait for them to make some (45mibyutes) the lady behind the counter said if we can to next time ring and ask if they can have some there for you to pick up straight away. 1300 667 827 x
    Hope the heads a bit better today X

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    @Chyna I got mine from the Mill (downstairs from Warren) I initially only went there as I knew they always had everything- but now due to cost I am shopping around particularly with the basic FET things Sandrena gel, ralovera etc as it is so much cheaper at the big chemists - and I was going through so much of it due to high doses last cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    @Chyna the compounding pharmacy down on the corner near his rooms called my life my health. It was $95 for 90 tablets. We had to wait for them to make some (45mibyutes) the lady behind the counter said if we can to next time ring and ask if they can have some there for you to pick up straight away. 1300 667 827 x
    Hope the heads a bit better today X
    Thanks honey, will give them a call. Much appreciated. Head ok now but woke up pounding this morning. Hopefully tomorrow will be a bit better. @wishing25 will suss out a couple around wazza's there. I work just up the road so will pop down tomorrow. Thanks so much for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wishing25 View Post
    @Heyside yes possibly... I am usually in there super early before work (I was there 5:30-6 today) - I have a navy and red polo shirt as part of my uniform. At the moment I feel like I live there haha so most likely someone has seen me!! 😊
    @Little2 Look Warren did say some people can't put up with it... I honestly didn't find it that bad. The worst is when he is actually "scratching" but it's not for long and he talked to me the whole time as a bit of a distraction - so it really was ok. I get very sick under general anaesthetic so for me this was so much better. Warren offered me a tea and to lay down for a bit after - but I was pretty much good to go after 10-15 mins or so.
    @Tinachris it's been a while since I was on Synarel... And given how many other things I'm on I can't exactly remember whether I was tired. What I do remember about Synarel is that I got really really bad sinus and a blocked nose! When I was on Synarel for my EPU cycle I think I was on melatonin at the same time and that did make me tired!
    Thanks for explaining how you went with your scratch Wishing... Did you go to work that day or stay home and rest? Just trying to plan mine for early March x Ta!

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