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Tuesday, January 27th 2015, 8:02pm

Egg collection, silly question!!

Do you need to take anything with you eg pjs/dressing gown? I've searched but no where does it tell you, only said 1-2 hours for recovery. Here's hoping it goes well ✨✨✨

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Tuesday, January 27th 2015, 8:45pm

I'm not sure about your clinic but I had to take dressing gown and slippers. Take some socks too your feet get cold! Good luck! X

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Tuesday, January 27th 2015, 9:01pm

I had to take dressing gown and slippers too and a pair of socks to wear during the procedure. Was also advised to wear a pair of gloves beforehand so that it would be easier to find a vein.

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Tuesday, January 27th 2015, 11:11pm

If you're going to the RFC you won't need to bring anything. You'll be in a hospital gown for the procedure, and then you're rolled into recovery. I found that room to be quite warm, even with the window slightly open, but have a pair of socks just in case your feet get cold. But you'll have a blanket anyway. The time flies by and is probably more like an hour to an hour and a half. You'll be leaving by the time you're fit to even stand on your feet, so I don't think there's any need for slippers or dressing gown. Good luck

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