Do you have any experience of this? (Or know anyone that has?)
Ilikecooking · 22/12/2013 20:54
Me again....still TTC. 17 years, 8 months and counting
Trying a different procedure next time & I don't have any experience of it....can you help/advise/give any thoughts please?
For a variety of reasons, this time the hospital are getting me in on days 1, 5 and 10 for scans. No drugs whatsoever. These are to determine when I'm likely to ovulate.
When the scan shows I have a lining of 17mm, I will be given just one injection to make me ovulate to get rid of that egg to make it clear for a (donor) transfer 48 hours later.
I think I will then be given progesterone pessaries?
lozster · 22/12/2013 23:00
(Fat fingers and flippin phone posted too soon) ... How I fondly recall the pessaries. If you haven't used them before forget the niceties of 'front' and go for 'back' - actually easier and cleaner!
Seriously, it sounds like you have been to hell and back and deserve this - 17 years - wow!
Twinsplusonesurprise · 22/12/2013 23:02
No advice as I was 7yrs ttc and 3rd time ivf lucky but wanted to say I can't imagine how difficult it's been for you over the years and really really hope this time works out.
Which is the new bit for you? The lack of drugs?
Ilikecooking · 23/12/2013 06:05
The new bit is me not going through the down reg process or having stims. Completely drug free as the last few times I've ended up in hospitals with suspected meningitis
So literally all that's happening in this attempt is just the one injection to make me ovulate to dispose of that egg so that the donor egg can be inserted.
Completely new to me & I thought I'd experienced every part of trying to make a baby!
Twinsplusonesurprise · 23/12/2013 06:47
Well it sounds a great idea. No horrid side effects and maybe will help to keep everything lovely and relaxed.
Pessaries are a bit mucky aren't they. I had gestone jabs which I kind of preferred as it took my mind of waiting - a bit!
When's it all start?
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