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Offline Blondienut

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« Reply #160 on: 4/10/18, 21:05 »
HI Missbella ,

Yes you will have to pay! My local Asda were great- they accepted an email version of script initially to order drugs and get first lot but I then had to get clinic to send me in post a paper copy. Make sure you go and get it sorted ASAP as different Asda’s will have different rules about accepting script and also some meds need to be ordered in. Asda were by far the cheapest and most helpful though

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    Offline Poppy41London

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    « Reply #161 on: 4/10/18, 21:14 »
    Hi Missbella, the clinic arranged my prescription with a specialist pharmacy company for fertility here in the UK and then I called and paid them and it was delivered to me, so that is also an option.

    Kiwigirl, I will likely be going out to Alicante near the end of the month so will miss you. Are you still planning just to go for one night? I am looking into apartments at the moment as we might stay for about a week.

    Ladies I am due to have the scratch and the Decap injection on Saturday. I am not worried about the scratch as had it before and it was fine but does the injection hurt at lot? And are there any common side effects? Am a bit nervous about it tbh. Fortunately the side effects from the pill have lessened a bit over the last few days so I am starting to feel a bit more normal.

    RT not long to go now. Hope you are doing ok. Sending you positive thoughts.

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    « Reply #162 on: 4/10/18, 21:34 »
    Hi Poppy dont worry about the decap injection. Im a big baby and I didnt feel it at all. It was just like a slight scratch on your bottom. I had no pain afterwards at the site or any side effects. It was easier than the flu jab. Im glad you're feeling better on your medication now.
    Missbella we also used the clinics uk online pharmacy.  It was called fertility 2 u. The clinic sent prescription and I phoned up paid and it came in 2 days. It was very easy.
    Kiwigirl hope all goes well for you in Alicante.
    RT thinking about you too.

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    « Reply #163 on: 4/10/18, 21:58 »
    Hi Maiziee, thanks for letting me know that. What a relief to hear! Makes me feel much better about Saturday. Xx

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    « Reply #164 on: 5/10/18, 09:46 »
    Hi ladies,
    The decap injection is absolutely fine, I didn’t get any side effects.

    Missbella - is you are in London then most of the pharmacists in marleybone will accept the prescription. They also have all the drugs in stock.

    Getting nervous - was feeling quite crampy earlier in the week but today I am fine.


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    « Reply #165 on: 5/10/18, 18:54 »
    Hi RT, thanks for replying. It's understandable you are nervous but you have done everything you can and now it's just down to whether the embie or embies have stuck. I will be thinking of you over the weekend and hoping for a positive result.  Do let us know. Xx

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    « Reply #166 on: 7/10/18, 17:51 »
    Sadly my test was negetive - feeling really upset as I really thought this would work.

    I have 3 on ice so really keen to have a transfer asap.

    Kiwi girl - how does fet work at the clinic, I would prefer a natural.

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    « Reply #167 on: 7/10/18, 18:27 »
    RT Ive been looking all weekend for your update. Im so sorry it didnt work this time. Sending you love and very big hug x

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    « Reply #168 on: 7/10/18, 18:49 »
    RT I am so sorry to hear your news. That's so disappointing. Xx

    On a positive note it's good you have some frozen embies left but obviously totally gutting that this round hasn't worked out.
    Thinking of you. Xx

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    « Reply #169 on: 8/10/18, 16:19 »
    RT2015 - So sorry to hear your news. My last cycle failed so I know how hard that is, but here I am back to try again so do not give up. You are lucky to have 3 left over. I have 4. I understand it is not the norm to have that many so take that as a blessing. That is what got me through.
    The FET is easier as you obviously do not have to wait to find out about donor so it is more flexible. However, I still had to wait until my endometrial scan to confirm a date with the clinic. The drug protocol was exactly the same, although I asked about immune issues and they added prednisone in case this was a factor (I had some tests but not the Natural killer cells one as it was really costly). They did not really think this was going to be an issue with me though, it was more because I wanted to rule it out that they added it.
    My transfer is on Tuesday.
    Can anyone remember how much clexane costs in Spain?