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    I am going ok thanks though this waiting is really hard. I gave in and did a test tonight it was a bfn.

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    Omg the nerves and excitement are really kicking in now. We fly out on Tuesday 9th May. Just wondering if any of you lovely ladies put yourself on clexane. I'm thinking to try it as a just in case. What are your thoughts? Does it help with implantation?

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    @Kate83 - fingers crossed it was just too early. Don't give up hope just yet.
    @Sonja23 - I self-prescribed Clexane and then on subsequent cycles when I saw a Reproductive Immunologist, the Clexane was formally prescribed which just confirmed I was right to do it in the first place. I would definitely go for it (unless of course you have any clotting illnesses or are on thinners !). I had no difficulty getting a GP to prescribe it. I think I was on a 20mg daily injection started day before flight to CT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy69 View Post
    @Kate83 - fingers crossed it was just too early. Don't give up hope just yet.
    @Sonja23 - I self-prescribed Clexane and then on subsequent cycles when I saw a Reproductive Immunologist, the Clexane was formally prescribed which just confirmed I was right to do it in the first place. I would definitely go for it (unless of course you have any clotting illnesses or are on thinners !). I had no difficulty getting a GP to prescribe it. I think I was on a 20mg daily injection started day before flight to CT.
    Thanks Cathy. Have blood test tomorrow so will either way then

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    Good luck @Kate83 xxxx

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    Thanks @Cathy69 no clotting issues so will give it a go.

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    Hi ladies
    Bad news for us today BFN. Very sad and don't understand why this has happened as we transferred 2 x 4aa blasts and dr Heylen was extremely positive about it all.
    Bit of my background I am 34 years old and was diagnosed with pof 2 years ago. There was no obvious reason for the pof.
    Just wondering how many donor egg cycles others have gone through and if there is any other testing I should be looking at?
    I am seeing dr burmeister here in Melbourne and she has found I have nkc however treated this with clexane injections and presilodone. Any advice I would really appreciate

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    @Kate83 I'm sorry to hear you had a bfn. Getting that on a donor cycle is even harder than with your own eggs I reckon. It's just so confusing!! Do you have any frozen embryos? If so I recommend seeing Dr Matthias is Sydney to help support another cycle. I got a bfn on my first ct cycle and no frosties. Second cycle I ditched Monash and my fs there and just used the fs at cfc and dr m. It was a very expensive and challenging cycle with all the extra drugs but he got me pregnant. After years of cycles he was the only one who gave me hope. I am eternally grateful to him. There's a thread about him on bh but if you've got any questions about my protocol I'm happy to answer them. I'm 40 this year and never in my life been pregnant.

    Xoxo

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