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    hi thank you for the assurance that it can actually eventually work. May I know how many transfer and cycle with the same protocol before you got pregnant? I was on 4 dex a day, claxene, intralipids a week before the transfer, 2 LIT. I was diagnose with MTHFR, Natural Killer Cell 40% 54 cell I think. All embyros that was transferred are all good according to the embryologist. Ive got HLA match with my husband as well.

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    Ms. Sagi, COngrats with your twins. may I just ask what was your protocol when you got your twins and how long or many times this you use this protocol before it actually works? I did 3 cycle so far with Dr. M different protocol but so far did not work. thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hancamp View Post
    Ms. Sagi, COngrats with your twins. may I just ask what was your protocol when you got your twins and how long or many times this you use this protocol before it actually works? I did 3 cycle so far with Dr. M different protocol but so far did not work. thank you.
    This was the first time I was on Dr Ms treatment plan.
    3 tablets Dex 3 wks prior to transfer, 4 tabs after transfer then switched to 25mg Pred at 8wks. Stopped at around 28wks.
    80mg Clexane, went down to 60mg at around 28wks.
    Nupogen for approx. 10wks (when I ran out of the 10 vials)
    500mls intrilipids every 4 weeks until 18wks.
    Plus the usual vitamins

    Not sure what your issues are but have you done IVIG?

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    @hancamp, just saw your previous post with your issues. Sorry, cant help with HLA as I'm not sure what it is or the treatment regime for it.

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    Anyone had ivig?

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    Yes I had it every 3-4 weeks.

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    Hi @BB77 how much was it and does it feel any different to getting intralipids?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    Hi @BB77 how much was it and does it feel any different to getting intralipids?
    It was 2250 each time (expensive I know). I never had intralipids so can't compare but the process is the same. The bottles are much smaller and it's a clear liquid. They give you Hartmanns solution first then dr m comes and hooks up the ivig and administers it verrry slowly. You don't feel it at all. The only painful part is when they put the cannula in.

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    Omg what! My husband will die if I tell him it's that much. I will probably need to ask if it's absolutely necessary. Do you know why you needed it?

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    Yeah I agree. It ended up costing us more than the ivf, however I will say I think it contributed to our success and next time I'll be choosing to do it again. I had it for my immune issues, mostly high nk cells and 100% dq alpha match with hubby. It's stronger than intralipids and I'm assuming that if dr m suggested ivig rather than intralipids there's a good reason. Most people don't need ivig the whole 9 months, sometimes he switches you to intralipids once the pregnancy is established. But I wanted the kitchen sink approach because I was just about to give up.


 

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