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    @Blossom74 ouuuuuch! I had a couple of jabs that went like that but nothing near as bad. I don't know what I was ddoin differently, sorry!

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    @Blossom74 awww that's looks massive compared to mine(this is where my tummy fat comes useful for once in life XD)...I normally move to a new spot if it hurts when I try to put the needle through the skin.
    @Tahli, I got pessaries from Dr m script from CW, it costs 124 for 30 of 200mg, I claimed 41 back from PHI. Not cheap for sure. I am still using the crinone gel grabbed through stim.

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    Aaaah...yes...that's the secret marking of a "Club Clexane"member if ever I saw one!!

    Mine were the same in terms of being black and blue like that, but I didn't have the huge patches of bruising as I used to ice up before (and after sometimes if it was still stingy) with a bag of peas wrapped in a tea towel for 3-5 mins first

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Girls, how do I get 'cheap/affordable' 400mg progesterone pessaries? Do I ask Dr M for a generic 400mg progesterone pessaries script so it costs less than a name brand, and have it made up at a compounding pharmacy? The cost of the name brand one was going to be super expensive!!
    I get dr m to just write a script for 400mg progesterone pessaries then go to a compounding chemist. I think in Melbourne shades are the cheapest. I used kingswood compounding pharmacy in Sydney - they post out. But have heard there is a compounding pharmacy in Milperra (Sydney) that is cheaper and posts too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Hmmm, well I do most of that I don't normally ice because who has the time, right?! Actually, I don't flick the syringe either. I thought the bubble was meant to be at the bottom of the syringe. Hmmm, better check that next time. I guess the 'good news' is that I only have 2 more to go and I can stop it anyway.....I'll keep going until BT results, obviously.
    I didn't know about flicking the air bubble to the top either till a friend who is a nurse told me! Yeah, that's why I don't ice every time, I'm usually tired and rushed when I do it. I have my last injection tmw night, 36 weeks of them, I am well and truly over it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefsgirl View Post
    I didn't know about flicking the air bubble to the top either till a friend who is a nurse told me! Yeah, that's why I don't ice every time, I'm usually tired and rushed when I do it. I have my last injection tmw night, 36 weeks of them, I am well and truly over it!
    Last one EVER! YAY!

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    Thanks for the well wishes Girls

    Got given some antibiotics for her so yes, hopefully that'll do the trick and she'll be feeling much more like herself in a few days time Bloody bad timing on top of the immunisation side effects from Fri's injections

    Hopefully she'll sleep better tonight so I can, but I'm currently sipping my way through a low fat home made latte so no doubt it'll end up being a late night for me The Ex is still house sitting so is of no use to me although he has been coming by every day for a few hours or so...BFD (Big Frucking Deal).

    No, it seems he's got better things to do like sit on adult dating sites looking for women to date/shag (yes one of them is a "dating site" and another is a "pick up site"). I've got access to his emails through my computer which he's forgotten about so made the discovery over the weekend after becoming suspicious when I saw him packing his "good clothes" to take with him.

    And he wasted no time at all, joining one of the sites a month after I ended the relationship. I actually don't care as such, but just laugh at the hypocrisy of him telling me how he wouldn't be able to handle seeing me with someone else blah, blah, blah (which, I might add, is the absolute last thing on my mind...finding someone else that is) yet there he is looking for a replacement asap!!!

    After almost 9 years I find that insulting yet it's all too typical of some men who just can't seem to handle being alone!!
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    @Tahli didn't answer your q before, I should be 12dpo today, transferred 5d hatching blast last Monday noon, something should be showing by now so hope is sinking everyday. But! I am planning for next step, got warren appointment lining up in May so if this fails I will proceed with the paper work. I did get treatment plan written up for April so will have to decide whether to stim again before seeing warren. The disheartening part is that if a hatching blast with 95% cell survived the thaw doesn't stick and I am already on immune protocol with Dr M....where do I go from here other than HLA gene testing and some warren magic.

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    Ta heaps @Btae, I could be wrong, but I think there's a cheaper way to do it. Also I don't have PHI for scripts anymore, just hospital cover. I run out of Crinone in a week, so by then I'll know if this cycle has worked or not...and then I'd need to start the 400mg pessaries. Practically speaking though, I'd need to start getting the script organised and off to the compounding pharmacy tomorrow. I also do Gestone progesterone injections so the extra 400mgs is a top up, as suggested by Dr M.
    @Charlie74 If you're still lurking, was it you who requested the 'cheaper' ones from Dr M?
    Girls, how much have you paid for your 400mg progesterone pessaries?

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    @BlondeinBrisvegas you just can't cop a break at the moment can you? Hopefully dd is on the mend soon. I can sympathise, germ city here, have started hacking up phlegm now, so attractive - not! Maybe it's a good thing we needed ivf, I've been a mess since starting this process, pred bloat, stim hormone rage, clexane bruises - I'll be lucky if DH ever finds me attractive enough to be again!

    Welcome @Btae and @rainbowroad

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