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Offline Katie24

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« Reply #3040 on: 16/11/19, 09:31 »
Positive vibes you have been through so much I'm sure everything will be fine next week you have had a stong pregnancy test I have my fingers crossed for you  🤞 it's good that you checked you progesterone levels and the bleeding has stopped , what day is your scan ? Xxx

Does anyone know when I should expect to come on my period after  coming off progesterone/eostogen tobales I usually having spotting about 5 days after stopping , I really need to have a bleed before I start ivf meds on Monday 😨 I'm hoping to have fet on 8/9th dec if I dont come on period will they let me start meds or will they just wait until I do have some spotting ?
Thing is I have early menopause I'm 24 but ovaries dont work , from young age I've always been on pill x3 packs back to back then withdrawal bleed about 4 times a year , now reprofit have got me taking pills to bring on a period every month well my bodys struggling to do that 😱 last month I only had slight spotting ! Started eostogen abs progesterone again for 21 days had a scratch on day 18 was a little bleed whe  having produce now I've been on tablets for 5 days and no sign of anything havent even been cramping.  I really dont want to have to push this cycle back again , I'm trying everything this time , scratch , acupuncture , reflexology.  Any advice? Xxx

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    Offline Inaaya

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    « Reply #3041 on: 16/11/19, 12:59 »
    Katie have u tried tamoxifen for your lining? Will your clinic consider including it in your protocol? Google it itís helped lots of women xx

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    « Reply #3042 on: 16/11/19, 16:24 »
    They havent suggested it , what is it and how does it work ?? Should I ask for it? They have put me on
    4mg progynova and 100mcg patch every 3 days and a blood circulation tablet along with aspirin 75mg
    I'm not sure of the protocol in the past I have been on 10mg of progynova and lining was still thin xxxx

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    « Reply #3043 on: 16/11/19, 19:36 »
    Positivevibes, you poor thing, you've been though the ringer, fingers crossed, everything is on track now to work out well  ^hugme^

    Katie24, i'm sorry to hear about your difficulties.  You are so young to be going through that.  I used v-cream on my last cycle (it's female Viagra) - it's supposed to thicken lining, my lining was 11.6 with it and we had a successful pregnancy, whereas my failed cycle before that it had only been 6mm.  I am going for FET in new year and will use it again. No harm I suppose. If you ever need the details for ordering it, pm me. 

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    « Reply #3044 on: 17/11/19, 08:19 »
    Hi ladies,
    I hope you donít mind me jumping in this group. I am 42, with undetectable amh and very high FSH. My period is now skipping so I am peri menopausal. I had a successful ivf a few years ago but my clinic suggested to use donor eggs this time which I am willing to do. However because of my ethnicity finding a donor is almost impossible. I am on various waiting lists and with Altrui but the chances are very low and the wait could be 12 months or longer.
    I was reading of reprofit and giving the costs I thought I could maybe give it a go with my eggs (if there are any left there) while I wait for a donor. Do you this would make any sense? Will reprofit treat me? Would you recommend them for someone in my circumstances? And do you use a UK clinics for scans? I will drop them an email but I would be grateful to hear from those who have first experience with them.
    Many thanks!

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    « Reply #3045 on: 17/11/19, 16:12 »
    Iím so sorry positivevibes, stay strong and hopefully everything is just fine. I was on aspirin from day 2 last cycle so I had it before transfer if that is any help. I really hope everything works out..

    I am trying to look back at my old messages from
    Last time to try check a few things, does anyone know if we can view the messages we sent previously? I am only seeing received messages..

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    « Reply #3046 on: 17/11/19, 19:55 »
    Hi After a nightmare week & weekend, because of the state I was left in by Royal London EPU refusing to see me when I ended up in A& e with a significant bleed - to put a perspective as well presidence was taken to treat a couple of drunk guys who had beaten each other up, while I was left bleeding with a suspected miscarriage/eptopic pregnancy in the waiting room...their injuries were not btw fatal. We called the EPU at Whitechapel the next day - again - asking why they told A& E they would not see me - I was further traumatised by this EPU unit still refusing to see me & saying it was likely Iíd had miscarriage. (This was without them seeing me) & then saying they would not see me until 27th November  This is why Iíve been so frenetic on the forum & so distressed.

    There though a bright side, this weekend I ended up at the rather brilliant St Thomas EPU today who have been incredible.  Truly Amazing.

    They have pregnancy tested me & itís positive- still & they did an exceptionally early scan & they can see a small gestational sac. I go back to them in another week & a half & they are now monitoring me. The stark difference between these two units is unbelievable, as was the treatment I received. 

    Please pray. We are not out of the clear but at least Iím being monitored & looked after.

    Iím wishing everyone well

    Truly as well for anyone else who has any worries go straight to St Thomas EPU - you can self refer. The nurses were angels. We really arenít out of the woods by a long shot, but at least tonight I will sleep.

    Love 💓 to everyone

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    « Reply #3047 on: 17/11/19, 20:47 »
    Hi positivebes,

    I am sending you a big hug and will keep everything crossed for you. I second both opinions you have expressed in these two hospitals. You are in excellent hands at St Thomasí.
    Also on the aspirin, I used it from egg transfer (as I have a condition) and I was told by St Thomasí that it was safe.
    All the best

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    « Reply #3048 on: 18/11/19, 09:21 »
    Postivevibes - thats great news you could get your early scan. i keep my finger cross for you that now you are properly look after you will get the super positive news we are all waiting for  ^hugme^


    Padellina - welcome to the group. my only experience is with them, we went to Reprofit from day one we made our minds IVF was our way forward. For us, it has been positive but very stressful (I'm sure other ladies here agree with that: journeys, hotels, flights, scans, days.....)  we are 13 weeks pregnant on our 2nd cycle. im 38 years old so also not very young. i wil definitely contact them and see if you can have a skype call with one of the doctors so you can ask him everything you want. Ours is Dr. Frank and he has been lovely.  im sure once you send them your history and blood results they should be able to advise you of any suitable treatment.

    All the best of luck

    xx


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    « Reply #3049 on: 19/11/19, 14:38 »
    Hi all, I hope itís ok to join this group. Iíve spent weeks reading back over previous posts and have learnt a tremendous amount of information, so thank you very much. Iíve read your updates with fingers crossed for positive outcomes of your fresh or frozen transfers.
    I hope youíre doing ok Positivevibes - what a stressful time youíve had!
    Thereís been a lot of bfpís with this clinic at the moment and it is this and all of your positive reviews and experiences that convinced me to give them a try.
    Afm - I am 46 and my partner canít have children so we are going for Embryo Donation. We were hoping to cycle in January but unfortunately have to push this back a few months as I need a mammogram, Pap smear and glucose test and some of this will have to be done privately as my GP is not at all helpful (iíve had to pay for the other tests - tsh, amh etc) privately as well.  Iím in Scotland so Iím talking about the NHS.
    Iíve been communicating with Efrat, who has been lovely, and we have our donors profiles for the embryo, and the medicine protocol already, so just need to do those last tests and then start
    I hope everyone Iíve been reading about is doing well and sorry for the long post
     Sarah