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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Yeah, it was 4pm their time!!

    It's now coming up to 5pm their time!!
    I would ring them hun you would hate to not get an answer I have done that before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace1 View Post
    Thanks so much @Heyside, that's really good to hear about Charlotte, I won't stress now !!
    Haha I am sure you will still stress about something we all do but at least its one less thing to stress about.

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    @pingc383 Oh geez ...Did you ring them? I hope you can get hold of them...

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    Default Dr Warren De Ambrosis-Wazza appreciation thread #5

    @Grace1 Hun dh refuses to ice his ahem, he put cold water for dunno how long each day.
    @pingc383 Hun did they tell you to start?

    In terms of supplement taking, I take them whenever I remember/can, not the best practice I know.

    No one told me about fsh being in room temperature before injections so I have been doing them straight out of Fridge lol....oh dear. Kate did say that once menopur is mixed it can be kept in room temperature up to 28 days so actually not required to be refrigerated.
    Last edited by Btae; 21-10-2016 at 22:37.

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    Hi ladies- If anyone's interested I found a better price on those 200mg progesterone pessaries- only $51 for 30 at The Compounding Lab at Albion. Was paying $90 for 30 at Spring Hill with quotes up to $200 elsewhere! Always worth ringing around.

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    Ping woohoo!! Great to see wazza agreeing with you starting tomorrow. It is good that you are not stressed, fx for a great cycle result!

    Regarding icing the nuts, totally agree with you, dh often said how much I have gone through each cycle but he won't ice them even for 3 mins!

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    @pingc383 - I think the population would have ceased if it was left to the men haha! 😂. Great news that you can get started tomorrow hun, thats a good way to be about your cycle, each step at a time.
    @softshellcrab - That's worth knowing hun, glad you found a better option x

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    I need help!!! My plan says I need to take Prednisone 25mg. The prednisone I picked up from chemist is 5mg and it's called Sone, not Panafcourt, and it says to take 2 in the morning. 2 x 5mg = 10, not 25. What am I missing? Did they write the wrong strength on the script? Does anyone know if the Wazza nurses work Saturday?
    @pingc383 Warren uses 2 different doses 10mg for those without immune issues and 25mg for those who do have immune issues.

    I've always followed the plan not what the scripts say. If your plan says take 25mg I would be taking 25mg.

    He usually has a med student or intern doing bloods and what not on a Saturday but he often just answers the phone himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace1 View Post
    Thanks @Btae and @Heyside..re:fet & pgd...I guess it's just a bit worrying doing something different than I'm used to..I'm just hoping Charlotte would give me the same advice as Warren on what I should do as pretty sure epu and et will be when he's away.



    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    @Chyna / @Heyside - how long do you take them out for to reach room temp in your experience? 1 hour?

    Would I do the same with menopur?
    About 10mins hun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Is EPU still planned for Monday hun? How did your Wazza scan go yesterday?
    Yep all good to go Monday as long as bloods look good tomorrow. I'm doing a different trigger this time so just need to check it works.


 

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