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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwikate View Post
    HELP PLEASE!! I am running into a lot of difficulty getting HLA and DQ testing. Some a$$hole haematologist was so rude to me saying whoever requested these tests doesn't know what he is testing for an they are totally irrelevant to miscarriage.
    How did you guys get yours done? Bearing in mind I'm in NZ but I wondered if there is an international service that does this?
    Wow, how rude! Pretty sure the haematologist isn't also an immunologist. Just do your job!
    I got mine done at a regular blood collection place in Aus called Laverty. They had a lot of trouble deciphering the tests requested but got there in the end. And so glad we got them done. Have you had the bloods done yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamel View Post
    Yes! She's a nurse / receptionist & she does take the blood! Surprised us the first time - but she is good at it. Both times she got us in at 8am prior to first patient being booked at 8.30 for Dr M to take his blood. Then they centrifuge the blood to make the injections - and both times we were called to go back around 2-3pm for me to be injected. It's pretty simple. Stings like a *itch at the time, but over pretty quickly. All up, really not too bad at all.
    Oh gosh my hubby will not be happy with that. He had a bit of a run in with her as she called is in early only to then put us back to the same appointment so we ended up waiting over 2 hours. He was not impressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwikate View Post
    HELP PLEASE!! I am running into a lot of difficulty getting HLA and DQ testing. Some a$$hole haematologist was so rude to me saying whoever requested these tests doesn't know what he is testing for an they are totally irrelevant to miscarriage.
    How did you guys get yours done? Bearing in mind I'm in NZ but I wondered if there is an international service that does this?
    Tell him to mind his own business and just take the blood. It's really not his call. Or just go somewhere else. We were told to tell them it's for coeliac disease.

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    They flat out wouldn't accept the form. It has on the form the request is for recurrent pregnancy loss. I'm going to try to get my FS to advocate for me but given they get no $$ out of the situation probably not.
    Thanks for your answers.

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    Can't you go somewhere else? Didn't know they were allowed to refuse. I know that some of my bloods had to be sent to Red Cross for some reason or other. Geez.

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    I had to get the request translated into an NZ request form which I asked my GP to do. The guy said the request HAD to come from a specialist in the field regarding the request and Dr M didn't count as he is is Aus. The whole thing was just a nightmare. I just want to get all the testing done so we can start trying again

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladybug14 View Post
    Hi ladies,
    Never thought I'd be asking this but those of you that have become pregnant whilst not on treatment, what has Dr Matthias recommended you to do straight away?
    We got our bub on lucky IVF no. 6 and the 3rd with immune treatment and now I've had a positive pregnancy test out of the blue. Not sure if I should give myself a sneaky clexane before I speak to Dr M Monday.
    Thanks for any advice!
    Congrats

    Clexane, progesterone and pred x

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    Default Embryo transfer with Intralipid

    Hi!
    Has anyone done Fresh embryo with Intralipid with Dr M before?
    How many day before transfer to do Intralipid and clexane also?

    Thanks !

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    Hi

    We are off for LIT with Dr M tomorrow. First time.
    @Jee Jee I am doing fresh transfer this year with Dr M treatment. We are going overseas so that impacted intralipids. I am doing one with Dr M before we go then a top up at the clinic overseas. Clexane starts 10 days before transfer.

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    Default Hi! Debant

    Hi! I am doing intralipids now with Dr M, but I am waiting for IVF centre to calling about how is my embryos going next Monday ? This is my first time to do intralipids . The nurse told me about Dr M mostly to do intralipids on Saturday . Dr M told me start Clexane after fresh embryos transfer , but I told him before I had Clexane done after embryos transfer but that was not work for me. Have you taking prednisone also? How many mg?



    We are off for LIT with Dr M tomorrow. First time.
    @Jee Jee I am doing fresh transfer this year with Dr M treatment. We are going overseas so that impacted intralipids. I am doing one with Dr M before we go then a top up at the clinic overseas. Clexane starts 10 days before transfer.[/QUOTE]


 

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