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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive79 View Post
    Dexamethasone.
    Which is a type pf steriods

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    Quote Originally Posted by catemer View Post
    For those of you who were on Dex, at what stage during your pregnancy did you change to prednisone?
    9 weeks-ish for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velvet16 View Post
    Which is a type pf steriods
    Whoops...sorry!
    Dexamethasone is a corticosteroid that prevents the release of substances in the body that cause inflammation.
    It can cross over the placenta when pregnant that why you swap but basically is the same as predislone but my understanding is that it is stronger. I was a little worried when I was prescribed dex and some of the articles that I read but I think the end result will far outway the consequences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive79 View Post
    With a fresh transfer that is when doing an EPU Dr M told me NO clexane until after transfer as it causes the blood to thin and could cause issues during the EPU. With an FET he said start roughly 2 weeks before expected transfer but do not take in day of transfer.
    He told my DP to clexane from day 1, stop 2 days before EPU and start again 2 days after EPU, meaning a total of 5 days with no clexane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB77 View Post
    9 weeks-ish for me.
    Thanks BB77.
    We are 9wks and 2 days and we saw him last night for the Magic milk. He said change to pred at about 7-8 weeks. We both panicked "but we are 9 weeks already". "Oh" he says. "Then just change over tomorrow then".

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    Quote Originally Posted by catemer View Post
    Thanks BB77.
    We are 9wks and 2 days and we saw him last night for the Magic milk. He said change to pred at about 7-8 weeks. We both panicked "but we are 9 weeks already". "Oh" he says. "Then just change over tomorrow then".
    Lol that sounds about right. Don't panic, 9 weeks is fine. Lucky you asked though?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB77 View Post
    Lol that sounds about right. Don't panic, 9 weeks is fine. Lucky you asked though?!?
    Yeah. Very lucky.
    Thanks for the reassurance.

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    Quick question before my FS appointment in the morning. When does Dr M administer intralipids?

    Thanks

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    As well as my above question...

    I have had 5 failed transfers. I don't have NK cells but I have a speckled result in my ANA which indicates possible issues could arise.

    Before my next transfer I am taking what I'd like to be prescribed for a frozen transfer next cycle. Can anyone suggest anything else for unexplained failed IVF where those embries just wont stick?

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    Next Frozen transfer

    NKC drugs

    Before conception

    Melatonin

    Dhea

    B6

    B12

    Vitamine e

    Vit D 10,000 units/day

    Omega 3

    Zinc

    Folic acid

    500gms Intralipids 5-10 days before transfer and every 4wks after



    After conception

    Crinnone

    Clexande daily

    Predesilone 15mg daily

    Dexamethasone

    Neupogen


    Other

    Lipiodol flush – month before
    Viagra for lining (whitish in colour)
    Scratch

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    That looks like a pretty thorough protocol to me but i dont have much knowledge on ANA treatment. Are the embryos pgd tested? Best of luck, i hope this is the one for you! X


 

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