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    @Mongol thanks. Good luck to you as well. Fingers crossed xx I believe nausea is a good sign that pregnancy is going well. Are you seeing Dr M for your first trimester monitoring ? Am having urinary frequency and breathlessness. Trying to eat healthy and meditate. I agree need to be positive and do the best we can do rest is in God's hands.

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    Ps try to keep some fluids down and juices etc. maybe ginger tea? I heard that helps with nausea.

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    Ok ladies need advice - I am starting a medicated cycle for ivf transfer. I haven't done one of these before. Progestrone and some tablet starting with P.

    Anyone had success on a cycle like this ?

    Biopsy is clear of NKC just waiting on bloods

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    Hello! Does anyone know if you can do intralipids (however you spell it) in WA? Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by pops View Post
    Hello! Does anyone know if you can do intralipids (however you spell it) in WA? Thank you
    I saw Dr Saba for Intralipids, I think he's the only Dr in WA giving it, though there may be others I don't know of. He did a Hysteroscopy and biopsy on me first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flower78 View Post
    I saw Dr Saba for Intralipids, I think he's the only Dr in WA giving it, though there may be others I don't know of. He did a Hysteroscopy and biopsy on me first.
    Thank you! Where is Dr Saba? I'm booked to see Dr M at the end of the month for a hysteroscopy, biopsy and intralipids but just found out PATS dosnt cover flights out of WA so if I need to keep going back it's going to be an expensive process.

    Have you had LIT done? Anyone in WA do this?

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pops View Post
    Thank you! Where is Dr Saba? I'm booked to see Dr M at the end of the month for a hysteroscopy, biopsy and intralipids but just found out PATS dosnt cover flights out of WA so if I need to keep going back it's going to be an expensive process.

    Have you had LIT done? Anyone in WA do this?

    Thanks again!
    Dr Saba is in Duncraig, just up from Glengarry Hospital. I didn't do LIT but was using donor sperm so never got tested for HLA matches. Not sure if anyone does it sorry. Good luck this time!

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    @Faith750, I'm in the same boat.
    I had a consultation with Dr B and he said he would work with any doctor, I'm now trying to find someone that will as I hear dr S is a bit dismissive of it. Have you had any luck?

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    Hey anyone here with partial HLA matches have you had miscarriages and how far along were you? I supposedly have one but in our last miscarriage the baby was very slow growing so I'm not sure if HLA matches can cause that?

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    Hi @nattie84, DH and I have full HLA matches and I'm now 25 weeks pregnant. I would say the HLA match wouldn't cause the baby to grow slow. I was on the Bondi protocol during IVF and it worked for me.


 

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