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#1 Canadianrain

 
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Posted 23 June 2005 - 12:55 PM

I know there are a lot of meds that SM and I will have to take but what are mine? I read a list of the ones that SM will have to take but I heard the ones I have to take are worse. :dontknowsmilie: Someone please tell me what all they are. Thanks
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Posted 01 July 2005 - 12:46 PM

Topic moved - bump!

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Posted 26 July 2005 - 03:31 PM

I would love to know, as well!! If you find out, please PM me!
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Posted 26 July 2005 - 06:22 PM

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There were a few responses to this question when you posted it last month.. ;) Did you see them?

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 12:46 AM

Actually, yours will most likely be easier, since *most* clinics give the IM/ED subQ injections that will last approx 3 weeks, sometimes 4. GS's have to take IM injections for up to 3 months, possibly more. I cannot give you exact meds, as many clinics vary, but I can tell you what meds I took with my 4 ED cycles

bcp pills (for control and coordinating IM and GS cycles)
Lupron(for suppressing/preventing ovulation while maturing eggs, AKA stimming)
Gonal-F *or* Follistim (stimulation meds to mature several eggs at once)
Repronex (usually used with Gonal-F or Follistim; think of it as diesel fuel of stim meds. usually given when the Gonal-F or Follistim is not enough. Boosts the stim process)
HCG ( for ovulation, given before retrieval, and you would stop all stim meds)
antibiotics(for preventing infection)


There are others, but these are the only ones I used in my donations, and most common for IM/ED without stimulation problems




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