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Saturday, January 2nd 2010, 8:47pm

Author: Froggie

Am I on the right dosage of Suprefact?

LOL! Thanks for making me smile Mavis!

Saturday, January 2nd 2010, 8:34pm

Author: Froggie

Am I on the right dosage of Suprefact?

Thank you Mavis - that's reassuring. I suppose I'm just a bit paranoid about the endo coming back and ruining things for us so I'm acutely aware of any twinges. What am I going to be like when I get my BFP?! x

Saturday, January 2nd 2010, 7:28pm

Author: Froggie

Am I on the right dosage of Suprefact?

Probably but it had subsided and as I usually feel it when I ovulate I'm just a bit concerned that my hormones might not be completely suppressed if I'm still ovulating. No mucus though which is usually a sure sign each month...

Saturday, January 2nd 2010, 3:20pm

Author: Froggie

Am I on the right dosage of Suprefact?

Thanks Deedee, that does help! I'd noticed the night sweats and I'm quite enjoying them - I'm usually freezing cold and have to rely on DH to warm me up! Since I've started sniffing overall I'm SO much better. The endo pain has practically gone, my boobs used to be riddled with cysts which have gone and my temperature feels normal -- usually I feel the cold really badly. I had a real problem with the pill which caused me to become depressed and unable to work after a few weeks so I was a bit sca...

Saturday, January 2nd 2010, 2:54pm

Author: Froggie

Am I on the right dosage of Suprefact?

Hi everyone, I'm hoping to start IVF in the next couple of months, but in the meantime I'm sniffing Suprefact to control my endometriosis and cut down the waiting time when the OK comes through on the NHS funding. I've been taking Suprefact (buserelin acetate) for about 7 weeks - one sniff in each nostril every six hours. It's the 10g bottle where each spray releases 100 micrograms buserelin. Is this the dose that people are normally given for DRing? The leaflet in the box talks about it being f...

Tuesday, December 22nd 2009, 8:08pm

Author: Froggie

So frightened

Like Cheryl I'm so sorry to hear about your lost twin and happy that your baby is still healthy and growing.

Tuesday, December 22nd 2009, 10:44am

Author: Froggie

Endometrial cyst and IVF/ICSI

Hi Jess, I'm with you on thinking that endo is related to immune disorders. My mum had a hysterectomy at 33 due to an endo-related condition and now suffers with fibromyalgia (similar to ME/chronic fatigue but with symptoms like RA as well). I'm starting to notice the same symptoms in myself now and about 7 years ago I was tested for RA and lupus because I had such bad swelling in my joints around the same time I had HUGE gynae flare-ups. It was also related to stress, overwork and being on a ri...

Wednesday, November 18th 2009, 12:29pm

Author: Froggie

Suprefact for Endo

Hello everyone, I've just started sniffing Suprefact/buserelin. It's been prescribed to try and stop my endo from spreading - to cut a long story short I had a lap in July to remove a mass of endo and within 3 months the endo had grown back worse than before with crippling pains. I was put on Yasmin for one month and had severe mood swings and so was switched to Cilest. Within 4 days I knew the symptoms were even worse. I also suffered migraines for the first time in years. My GP and Cons have a...

Monday, October 5th 2009, 8:52pm

Author: Froggie

Never thought I'd be asking these questions!! Please help!!!!

Just caught up with your news and SO excited for you! Got everything crossed and wishing you all the in the world

Wednesday, September 16th 2009, 7:49pm

Author: Froggie

Endo on Bowels

Hi Gayle, Hope everything goes well for you next month. I had endo on my bowel and had it removed with a lap in July. I didn't need to do anything special to prep for it, but you'll probably be given co-codamol to take afterwards. One of the side effects is that it slows everything down, so if you don't need it for the pain after a couple of days, think about coming off it. I found it very painful when I was straining (sorry if TMI!) in the few days after the op until the tablets got out of my s...

Friday, September 4th 2009, 9:04pm

Author: Froggie

clomid and unexplained

Ha ha!! I was actually born 28th days after you so if FZ had existed back then, maybe we would have been the two new babies everyone was cooing over!! My mum a month behind yours.... Aha, a psycho teacher eh? Bet you're annoyed you're not allowed to throw wooden blackboard rubbers and text books at people's heads anymore....ah the old days....I suppose it could be quite dangerous with raging hormones

Friday, September 4th 2009, 11:10am

Author: Froggie

Can Endo Affect Bowels ??

Sounds like a plan!

Thursday, September 3rd 2009, 9:23pm

Author: Froggie

Can Endo Affect Bowels ??

I just had surgery to cut the endo away from my bowel which had stuck it to my womb and ovary. I had unbearable pain every month and ended up in a&e on morphine when it was really bad. Like Ros, who really does know her stuff about endo, I get shooting pains up the bum which can stop me in my tracks when I'm walking. Thankfully they are better now I've had the surgery. Personally I'd steer clear of anything codeine based at the moment. That is what they usually give you after a lap (co-codamol) ...

Thursday, September 3rd 2009, 8:33pm

Author: Froggie

clomid and unexplained

For me it was more about the feeling of being bloated than anything else when my ovaries were cranking up. Just a random thing....just clicked on your profile and we were born almost exactly a month apart, our other halves are about the same age and I work in London....sure we're not weird twins??

Wednesday, September 2nd 2009, 7:46pm

Author: Froggie

clomid and unexplained

Hi Aramass, I went on Clomid twice a few years ago. It was quite uncomfortable and although there were loads of eggs and they told me to prepare for a multiple pregnancy, it wasn't successful. I've been TTC for over 10 years and have been put down as unexplained after various investigations. Only this year was I diagnosed with endometriosis and ovarian cysts. The scarring from endometriosis doesn't show up on a scan and the only way they know for sure you've got it is by doing a laparoscopy and ...

Thursday, April 30th 2009, 6:22pm

Author: Froggie

RE: Lap & Dye Results - One Blocked Tube

Quoted The Doctor has said that I could still very well ovulate on the left hand side, and the egg could "move over" to pass down my right tube, since the left is blocked. Can anyone explain this a bit more to me??? Huh? Never heard of that before. Surely they'd need to be next to one another or am I being really dumb?

Wednesday, April 29th 2009, 7:53pm

Author: Froggie

Sarah Jessica Parker to be a mum through surrogacy

Well done Eeyore - just rated you. I can't believe how vicious some of the comments are. They clearly have no idea, do they?

Sunday, April 26th 2009, 8:16pm

Author: Froggie

Stomach pain

You really are having a rough time with this aren't you. Good on you for your great attitude to this!

Tuesday, April 21st 2009, 8:22pm

Author: Froggie

Stomach pain

Ouch poor you.




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