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    Quote Originally Posted by RubADub View Post
    Hi @Shelter75, only saw post today.
    congrats on being 25 w pg. did you get a lot of pain after implantation? my fs suggest I go on letrozole and something else. I will ask my fs for era test too. are you suggesting levels are not adequate for implantation? what are they measuring in era test?

    they don't believe in reproductive immunology and now adenomyosis? what's all that edn for? even though literature says that adeno adversely affects fertility. the more educated a person is, the more muddled they get. can't wait for AI to take over health treatment. so over drs.

    Take care.
    Thanks @RubADub. It was long time coming . I didn’t get much pain after implantation but I did have a tiny implantation bleed which I’d never had in any cycle so I pretty much knew it had worked. Think zoladex reduces thickness of lining and reduce the amount of abnormal lining that grows into myometrium. So it makes it more receptive to implantation. This normal lining thickness is different to what we normally talk about when getting the lining thickness correct for a transfer after artificial progesterone support. I’ve included copy of my ERA report. Hopefully that explains a few things. I did a mock cycle then had a biopsy done when I would normally have a transfer ie after 5 days of progesterone support. Basically era checks if your lining has been exposed to enough progesterone for perfect timing. It’s not cheap at $1400 but I’d gotten to the point that if I was to give up I could say I’d done everything possible. Hope this helps and I haven’t confused you

    Sorry I’m having issues coping files on site. I’ll keep trying
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    Hi all, just wondering what your views are re a natural FET. I had my DS on a medicated FET as I had lining issues but thankfully this isn’t the case now 🙏🏻 And a full immune protocol by Dr M. This time I thought I’d just see how I went and I’ve been given the go ahead for transfer Monday. Freaking out a little as I haven’t done the immune protocol and I’m using a tested embie I only have 2 so I’m worried and don’t want to waste one. Has anyone second time around not done immune protocol and had success? I only have a slight NKC issue. Help! Wwyd? You are all very knowledgeable on this thread so would be keen to know your views?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risa78 View Post
    Yes that’s the CFC website. I saw Dr Le Roux there and he was fabulous. Not sure who @Shelter75 saw.

    My FS retired last year so I didn’t use one this cycle. But my understanding is CFC do work with some FS’s own protocols. I know they used to work with my FS’s protocol (Wazza). Maybe check with your FS or get his protocol and run it by them?

    I used CFC for down reg and prep for transfer protocol and added on Dr M immune protocol on top.

    Greece, Spain and South Africa are all good options. Really depends on what feels like the best fit for you as they run their donor programs quite differently.

    R
    thanks so much @Risa78

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    Hi @Risa78 & @Shelter75 Thanks very much for all these information. i will take note of this and discuss with my FS here.
    I'm in Mel. and going with DR Jim Tsaltas. i did ask him last time, but din't say any details. Would the FS generally gives the protocol before hand?

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    I saw Dr Nick today and found out that we are a Full DQ alpha match (my husband has two copies of the gene/number we share). He had now told me surrogacy or embryo donor or sperm donor is the way to go. I am waiting for my appointment with Dr Matthias on Aug 29th for his opinion. Has anyone had success with a full match or did you go down the other routes? Because of my losses I find it difficult to trust my body but surrogacy is so expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJP1986 View Post
    I saw Dr Nick today and found out that we are a Full DQ alpha match (my husband has two copies of the gene/number we share). He had now told me surrogacy or embryo donor or sperm donor is the way to go. I am waiting for my appointment with Dr Matthias on Aug 29th for his opinion. Has anyone had success with a full match or did you go down the other routes? Because of my losses I find it difficult to trust my body but surrogacy is so expensive.
    Hold out for your appointment with dr Matthias. I'm a full match with my husband, we now have a toddler and pregnant with second. Many specialists jump straight to surrogacy option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB77 View Post
    Hold out for your appointment with dr Matthias. I'm a full match with my husband, we now have a toddler and pregnant with second. Many specialists jump straight to surrogacy option.
    Thank you for this- did you see Dr Matthias? I’m hoping he can help me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB77 View Post
    Hold out for your appointment with dr Matthias. I'm a full match with my husband, we now have a toddler and pregnant with second. Many specialists jump straight to surrogacy option.
    What was your protocol with Dr M @BB77?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Positive1 View Post
    Hi @Risa78 & @Shelter75 Thanks very much for all these information. i will take note of this and discuss with my FS here.
    I'm in Mel. and going with DR Jim Tsaltas. i did ask him last time, but din't say any details. Would the FS generally gives the protocol before hand?
    Most of us just use clinic protocol. However my old FS did have his own protocol he preferred to use so I asked him to give me that I’m writing.

    I reckon just ask for his protocol so you can discuss with the clinic.

    R

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risa78 View Post
    Most of us just use clinic protocol. However my old FS did have his own protocol he preferred to use so I asked him to give me that I’m writing.

    I reckon just ask for his protocol so you can discuss with the clinic.

    R
    Thanks @ Risa78, i will send him an email


 

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