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Postby gayle1803 » Wed Sep 13, 2006 9:51 am

Hello anyone?
Hi I'm new to the site, we are about to embark on our 3rd ICSI attempt, our 1st injection os due on 2nd Oct! Really scared this time as dreading dealing with an unsuccesfull outcome! we know this is our last chance!
Anyone had success 3rd time around? anyone had just one injection to down regultae instead of the usual daily? as this is what our new hospital do instead of daily injection?
Excited but scared

xx :)
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Postby AuntyPebbles » Wed Sep 13, 2006 1:27 pm

Hi gayle welcome,
i am a third timmer too im in the same boat this is my final attempt for financial reasons so this has to work...thats a lot of pressure isnt it....i dont know about the one injection thing im starting Lupron tomorrow for 14 days the one injection sounds exciting .... there is a thread over on the general forum for october buddies there are a few ladys over there who have been through this a few times your more than welcome to join you would get tons of support too.

wishing you luck on your cycle...hugs Debz
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Postby gayle1803 » Wed Sep 13, 2006 2:17 pm

Thanks Debz, I will check it out, we realise how lucky we are that our third attempt is on the NHS, I take it you are funding the treatment yourself! the post code lottery is so unfair! it just puts added pressure on you both. fingers crossed for us all

xx :lol:
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Postby gayle1803 » Fri Sep 15, 2006 8:35 am

I found this site and didnt realise it was based in America! I aam located in the UK so it is nice to be able to compare treatment form opposing sides of the Atlantic! That is why I mentioned NHS ( our National Health service) as it is not available to all depending on where you live! Good luck to you too in your treatment, fingers crossed for us all.
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Postby jenn » Sun Sep 17, 2006 8:47 pm

Hi and welcome Gayle,

I am on the October buddies thread with Aunty (come on over!) and I only had one lupron injection. Very happy about that. The less needles the better! When AF starts in a few days I will start stims. Is that how your cycle will go? Were you on BCP's too?


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