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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @tuxcat Did you have an MRI? Apparently there's no Medicare rebate and will cost around $500 with a 4-6week wait for an apt. Hells bells. Have you had surgical treatment for yours and did you get any symptoms of having it?
    Nope they just always suspected it and then when I had a lap it was confirmed and I have pictures of it! They don't do surgical treatments - there really is nothing they can do for it except the zoladex/synarel thing. Ive always had painful periods but I don't get heavy ones so Im guessing the pain is maybe related but when Ive read up about others experiences with it some people end up getting a hysterectomy because they have a lot of pain with it on a daily basis. Mine is significant but it doesnt really cause me anything unmanageable. FWIW my current FS said Zoladex is a much more unpleasant drug compared with Synarel and she was wary about putting me on it for long as she said there is a risk of your system never being able to get back up again. She prefers to use Synarel which is why Im on that instead. Food for thought.
    You could skip the MRI and just do the zola/syn and start now so you can do your transfer as soon as possible. Thats what I would do. An MRI is only going to cost you money to confirm something he's pretty sure you have.

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    @Tahli pretty sure @faithandhopellove did Zoladex before her BFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    I'm not on the Zoladex or Neuprogam. The scripted med's you listed are much the same
    Honestly the thing I think that may have gotten my lining up this time is the FSH. It's the only different scripted med (and the framara).
    It's truly wonderful isn't it to finally get some answers you will be doing your TET in no time hun.
    Yeah, apparently the Neuprogen is a bit left of field as he stopped using it about 18 months ago. The nurse was very surprised he'd prescribed it and couldn't find enough of the right type of syringes to use with it. I think @BlondeinBrisvegas has mentioned it before.
    Im not overly excited about many of the meds as I know some of them have made diddley squat difference to my lining previously but I am interested to try the Gonal F.
    Im in two minds about the Adenomyosis.
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    @pingc383 he'll tell you straight up to use donor eggs of he thinks that is going to work over your eggs. Just prepare yourself for that to come up, even though it's crap to hear either way

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    Yes, an 'option' that was offered was to pop some fresh sperm in for me just before my TET. Now I AM a risk taker but......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    @pingc383 he'll tell you straight up to use donor eggs of he thinks that is going to work over your eggs. Just prepare yourself for that to come up, even though it's crap to hear either way
    For me it wasn't just a percentage thing to weigh up, which I thought I was going in to discuss. It was a realisation that I've pretty much reached the end of my natural reproductive life. That realisation usually comes when you're peri menopausal. And it's hit me hard as I always thought I might meet a lovely man and try for a bub with him. A fantasy, I know. I need some time to process it. And to feel sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    For me it wasn't just a percentage thing to weigh up, which I thought I was going in to discuss. It was a realisation that I've pretty much reached the end of my natural reproductive life. That realisation usually comes when you're peri menopausal. And it's hit me hard as I always thought I might meet a lovely man and try for a bub with him. A fantasy, I know. I need some time to process it. And to feel sad.
    @Tahli Yep. If it was a percentage thing, then we'd all just begin by harvesting eggs from 18 year old teen mums because thatd give you better odds than our ages, regardless of any fertility problems. YES you will need time to process and feel 'sad' (gutted and devastated). ( I stayed in bed for 2 weeks and I cried for 2 weeks.) It sux dogs balls mate. Totally surreal. Im sorry that you have to go through this xox I found clinging to the thought that i still had choices and options to "be a mum to someone" helped me to hang in there. xox

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    @tuxcat Thanks truckloads for sharing your experience. I'm really benefitting from it. Warren was really casual about persuing the Adenomyosis for the reasons you mention. And like you I get painful periods but nothing really else. He just said that if I want to be completely thorough then to do the scan and Zoladex but it may make no difference what so ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxcat View Post
    @Tahli pretty sure @faithandhopellove did Zoladex before her BFP
    @faithandhopellove Any wisdom to impart hun? If I use Zoladex to downreg for 4 weeks before my TET instead of Synarel will that give me any benefit re the Adenomyosis?
    PS: Actually it would be about 2 months...August would be an off month where I have a Hysteroscopy (scratch and flush) with Warren on day 20 then get AF and start my TET cycle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    Yes Monday 8am one and only lining scan. I've been on the down reg cycle for 2 months and I think knowing everything at this point rests on that scan is starting to freak me out. The stress of it all has built to a mountain that seems impossible to climb. My lining is such trouble I wonder if all these drugs have done anything as the ones in the past haven't and also now the worry I've ovulated. I'm just so nervous. I'm a wreck! I'm going to yoga soon so hopefully that calms me down but it's going to be a long weekend.
    I was always on synarel for about 6 weeks with my lining not being effected, I also bled and didn't ovulate!
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