* Author Topic: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)  (Read 126053 times)

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Re: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)
« Reply #100 on: 16/04/11, 13:58 »
5/04 & 19/04
were the last dates on here that anyone mentioned.   
I THINK missyminx might have been in touch with him recently but I don't know when she went/has booked for LIT with Dr T?

dr g does seem to be getting pretty good results though, based on the ladies who have posted their results on FF?

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    Re: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)
    « Reply #101 on: 16/04/11, 14:14 »
    Dr Gorgy has a long waiting list for LIT. Spoke to his secretary yesterday.  She is in the process of allocating appointment slots for his patients in May.  There might be space for treatment, have to wait to see next week.

    Has anyone tried Serum for LIT?  Fees are fairly cheap and they can do treatment anytime, there is no waiting list.

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    Re: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)
    « Reply #102 on: 16/04/11, 14:38 »
    I know serum have been doing LIT a long time - missyminx went there recently I think... I'm planning to have LIT there soon - they only do paternal though.

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    Re: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)
    « Reply #103 on: 16/04/11, 14:48 »
     :) I prefer to still use dr. T due to his long term experience and the fact that he is listed as an immune specialist n worked with the beer centre. My next booster LIT is booked for 19th

    Electra x

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    Re: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)
    « Reply #104 on: 16/04/11, 14:54 »
    serum say that they've been doing LIT for longer than anyone else in athens... and I haven't had LIT with them, but from seeing serum (for other stuff) and having LIT with Dr T I'd feel comfortable going to either of them for LIT... and Dr G too.... but I didn't like LIT with Dr A.

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    Re: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)
    « Reply #105 on: 16/04/11, 15:02 »
    Interesting! I will ask on tuesday. And by the way donor LIT in athens is now 650eu

    Electra x

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    Re: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)
    « Reply #106 on: 16/04/11, 15:12 »
    Just need to find out from Serum if they follow same protocol as Dr G, DR T etc.  If so then I think it would be ok to use them.  At 200Euros a shot, worth a try  :)

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    Re: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)
    « Reply #107 on: 16/04/11, 15:27 »
    I had LIT with Dr G with a 4.1 match 50%. Used paternal and got to 99% so does work
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    Re: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)
    « Reply #108 on: 16/04/11, 15:59 »
    I am also hoping to find out abit more about how they do LIT at Serum. I am having my levels retested in June and knowing my luck they wont be high enough.
    I am happy to go and see Dr T in Athens again, but trying to arrange the appt was a pain in the  ^shake^ last time.

    If anyone has had LIT with Dr T and at Serum, would you mind just posting how it compares. I have heard that the amount that Serum give you is less than Dr T but I dont know if that is accurate or not.

    Thanks

    Cozy
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    Re: LIT Ladies chat ~ Part 4 (formerly LIT needed)
    « Reply #109 on: 16/04/11, 17:16 »
    from the FAQ:  Serum apparently offer 3 alternative methods. They offer a similar method to Dr Gorgy and Dr Tsagaris using about 20mls of paternal blood, or they offer a 'double dose' of 40mls, or their preferred method is to start with 20mls, separate out the white blood cells and then culture them in the lab for 24-48 hours to increase the cell concentration and then give the LIT.  They prefer to spread the injections out over your body as they say this gives less chance of scarring and a bigger effect on the immune system.  Typically they inject in both upper outer arms and on the hip.  They only offer paternal LIT.