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    Thank you @ kitty cat. So you were on 25mg of pred till week 10 then weaned my 5mg each week?

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    Hey ladies quick question as I am getting conflicting info from different doctors.. for those with high nk cells did they cause an earlier miscarriage/chemical or can they impact blood flow to the Bub therefore causing slow growth and a later miscarriage ie 7 weeks

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    @Faith750, yes that's correct. @pops, what doses were you on? Is dbl double as in 2? @nattie84, I thought it was implantation failure and/or miscarriage but nothing to do with blood flow? Mine was implantation failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KittyCat View Post
    @Faith750, yes that's correct. @pops, what doses were you on? Is dbl double as in 2? @nattie84, I thought it was implantation failure and/or miscarriage but nothing to do with blood flow? Mine was implantation failure.
    I was on 15mg prior to transfer and then 20mg from day of transfer and clexane 40mg.

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    @pops, I think the pred needs to be at least 25-30 prior to transfer.

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    @gorgeousgeorge thanks hun. I'm on 6mg twice a day. My FS wasn't worried I have another scan tomorrow. I just want this NKC cycle to work I have already done 3 and 3 egg collections

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    Quote Originally Posted by KittyCat View Post
    @Faith750, yes that's correct. @pops, what doses were you on? Is dbl double as in 2? @nattie84, I thought it was implantation failure and/or miscarriage but nothing to do with blood flow? Mine was implantation failure.
    How does it cause miscarriage? I'm trying to figure out if my miscarriage was due to nk cells or a bad embryo as it was growing slow from the start and then stopped growing. Like I wonder if nk cells would just kill a foetus that was growing normally. Does that make sense?

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    @nattie84, do you know what grade the embryo was? Was it PGD tested? NKC would attack a healthy embryo or an unhealthy one. You said it was slow growing from the start which suggests it may have been chromosomally abnormal? I'm not a doctor, I'm just guessing based on the reading I've done during my years of infertility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KittyCat View Post
    @nattie84, do you know what grade the embryo was? Was it PGD tested? NKC would attack a healthy embryo or an unhealthy one. You said it was slow growing from the start which suggests it may have been chromosomally abnormal? I'm not a doctor, I'm just guessing based on the reading I've done during my years of infertility.
    It wasn't tested as it was a natural conception and I didn't have a D and C. Yeah that's what I am guessing but it's hard when doctors give conflicting info.


 

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