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« Reply #260 on: 23/12/14, 16:50 »
Hi agate
Not an immune question...
But can one get AF despite prontogest injections and crinone pessaries?

Im 8dpd5t and had a light pink watery discharge and AF type pains...

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    « Reply #261 on: 23/12/14, 17:04 »
    You can get AF but its unlikely when you are taking that much progesterone

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    « Reply #262 on: 23/12/14, 17:30 »
    Thanks agate
    The pink discharge has stopped and so has the cramps for now

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    « Reply #263 on: 6/01/15, 08:38 »
    Hi
    A question about LIT...I know DH will be screened before, but I can still get cold or flu from it if it's in his system?
    Ive been told to Have one or two booster in pregnancy but not sure and don't want to get any illness so early in pregnancy.....

    What are your thoughts?

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    « Reply #264 on: 6/01/15, 10:55 »
    you are vulnerable to catching any viruses that he has.  but if you live with him, you are pretty vulnerable anyway?

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    « Reply #265 on: 6/01/15, 11:16 »
    Makes sense. But when he does have a cough or sneeze, we normally try not to get too close! I don't know....this whole LIT business is not straightforward and I don't knwi if I believe in it!

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    « Reply #266 on: 7/01/15, 14:46 »
    Hi,

    I have just joined this website & was hoping for advice. I was diagnosed with endo in March & whilst going through my first ivf I did what everyone says not to, I googled...a lot. I discovered this concept of NK cells & the correlation between endometriosis. When I asked my clinic they said they don't test as evidence is inconclusive & it was brushed off. I think however this is might be my issue. Now left with a failed nhs ivf round (only 1, thanks nhs postcode lottery)  I feel a little cheated.

    Anyway my question is where is the best & most affordable test for this? Should I wait till we decide on an overseas clinic & get them too do it? Anyone managed this without surgery etc?

    Sorry hope I'm posting in the right section & for all the questions  ^idiot^

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    « Reply #267 on: 7/01/15, 16:45 »
    Hi Agate,

    I had some level one immune tests done and the results seem ok. The only one I am concerned about is the rheumatoid factor, which came back as 10.2 iu/mL. The form says normal range is up to 15 but I've looked online and it says it should be below 10.

    Many thanks for your response.

    Kate

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    « Reply #268 on: 7/01/15, 17:08 »
    I guess you need to check the normal range for the specific lab you used?

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    « Reply #269 on: 7/01/15, 17:18 »
    Thanks for your response. I've got a print out so will take it to my clinic. Thanks  :)