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    @Charlie74 how are you Hun? Wasn't sure if my last message got through, when will you start, November ?

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    Questions for you lovely ladies who are also seeing dr m, will you do cd6-10 intralipid with dr m or wazza? The nurse told me it is 500ml over a few hours which is probably a little faster than how dr m does it, suggestions?

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    Enjoy Bali @Btae x

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    Default Dr Warren De Ambrosis-Wazza appreciation thread #4

    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Thanks hun! He didn't want to start me on cd20 because my previous failed cycles started on cd20.... Im staring on day 1... I think I'm doing an antagonist cycle or does that sound wrong?
    What does your treatment plan say? Call the nurse to confirm if unsure.

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    Default Dr Warren De Ambrosis-Wazza appreciation thread #4

    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Hey Hun, I was thinking the same thing. I asked Wazza's nurse and she said Wazza administers 500ml (same as Dr M), but over 3-4 hours. I think Dr M does 500ml over 8 hours.
    I'm thinking of doing mine with Dr M, just because I feel Dr M is more of an expert in this area than Wazza..

    Did to do a hysterscopy with a lipodial flush?
    Yeah that is what I am contemplating with right now at 6:47am haha... dr m cost is higher which I can accept but I wouldn't mind to see wazza between cd 6-10, most importantly I want it done right.

    If this cycle is a BFN, I will be totally defeated.

    I did do hyst and flush with wazza during EPU

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    Default Dr Warren De Ambrosis-Wazza appreciation thread #4

    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Do you know when Dr M does intralipids? Does Wazza not charge as much? I assumed it was same cost?

    Actually, hyst and flush during EPU is a fantastic idea...!! I might do that and then just do nkc biopsy with Dr M. That might be best. So Dr M can treat me for NKC and other immune issues.. That's great!

    I might do intralipids with Dr M, only cos he does it for longer than 4 hours. How much does Wazza charge for intralipids? Do you know?
    I have never done intralipid with wazza so don't know how much he charges, , maybe other brissie ladies can answer this. Dr m charges 650 for intralipid but he does it at a much slower speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    @Btae - when you were cycling to bank embryos, did you do any intralipids or are you only starting it this cycle because you're transferring at the end of it?
    I am doing immune protocol including intralipid because we will be transferring after EPU this cycle. If you are doing a banking cycle then you won't need to do intralipid just yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace1 View Post
    Enjoy Bali @Btae x
    Thanks Hun, looks like we will be stimming around the same time, how are you?

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    @pingc383 I was just wondering when you made your apt/when was your original apt was for...trying to gauge how long you've been waiting for a cancellation...I have a friend on the list.

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    I didn't pay for any of my intralipids...it was all billed through to my health fund.

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