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Offline Lilypink

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« Reply #200 on: 19/10/14, 18:38 »
Iv just googled valaclovir and it says it's for herpes?
Something I have never suffered with? I got mouth ulcers not cold sores x

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    « Reply #201 on: 19/10/14, 20:48 »
    But sometimes recurrent mouth ulcers can be oral herpes, if its related to ivf tx because the hormonal disturbances in ivf can sometimes trigger viral outbreaks.

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    « Reply #202 on: 19/10/14, 21:12 »
    Thanks will defiantly bring that up. What do you think about intralipids without immune testing?

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    « Reply #203 on: 20/10/14, 07:56 »
    Its probably worth a try

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    « Reply #204 on: 20/10/14, 11:18 »
    Silly question but I have been tested for immunes and have elevated NK cells, so during a cycle take the following:
    25mg prednisolone
    intrallipds
    gestone
    clexane
    aspirin

    Have tested negative for Hidden C + for BV -antibiotics taken

    Have had both my tubes removed in August 2014 were the surgeon said they were very inflammed and the size of 2 sausages!!!
    At the moment I feel really good my bloating since the has stopped, periods all regular in fact I feel better than before!

    my question is ; would my immune system now be in a better place with my tubes out seeing that all the inflammation has now gone?

    Thanks
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    « Reply #205 on: 20/10/14, 15:43 »
    You would hope it might have helped

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    « Reply #206 on: 20/10/14, 17:34 »
    Thanks I am hoping that my next treatment works as so far I seem to get the BFP but then miscarry  :'(
    I was told that my tubes were all inflamed and that fluid was leaking but they are out now!

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    « Reply #207 on: 20/10/14, 20:53 »
    I was told that having your tubes removed would increase your chances of ivf if they had been leaking fluid as this fluid can affect the embryo.

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    « Reply #208 on: 22/10/14, 19:38 »
    Dear all/Agate,

    I know this has been asked and apologise, I just can't find it.  I have an MTHFR mutation c777t (so just from one parent)  I am taking 800 folic acid per day with a combination of inofolic and zita west vitamins.  I was also for my last cycle supplementing vit b6 and 12.  I think there may be a better form of folic acid to betaking with Vit B's as well.  My FE at the Lister says it is fine but I wouldn't mind changing it up a bit for the next cycle. 

    Any help is great.

    Thanks

    Tee

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    « Reply #209 on: 23/10/14, 07:13 »
    If you are only MTHFR hetero and especially if your homocysteine levels are normal you should be OK but if not you could look into methylfolate/metafolin