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Thursday, September 17th 2009, 2:41pm

nasal spray or injections?

Hi
I am starting my first medicated FET cycle beginning of October and I had a brief conversation with the con yesterday after my hysteroscopy, I asked about injections and he said I could use a nasal spray instead, if I wanted to??

anyone know what this would be called? wanted to look it up and do some research, also what is the major difference between injections and nasal spary (ie. is there a huge cost difference or time difference)

I will be taking the pill for 3 weeks to DR - apart from that, not sure what will happen?

any ideas ladies??

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Friday, September 18th 2009, 12:21pm

anyone??? :smile:

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Friday, September 18th 2009, 2:01pm

Hi Sunflower

I am about to start D/R using nasal spray, it is called Suprecur

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Friday, September 18th 2009, 3:20pm

Hi Sunny - in the thread INFO: WHAT IS FET? the donks talks about prostap injections or synarel nasal spray.:xxx3:


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Friday, September 18th 2009, 4:26pm

Hi Sunflower,

I think the link Moonshine has given explains it all, but when I was D/R for my fresh cycle I was given the nasal spray synarel. As it was then July, the nurse asked if I had hayfever or anything which could cause a problem sniffing as, if so, I could have injections to D/R instead.
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Friday, September 18th 2009, 5:07pm

Thanks ladies
good luck with your cycles Andrea & Elisa, fingers crossed for you both x

Moonshine, you are a star! will have a read of that link now....as a mod I should have done a search shouldn't I?? :O Ooopps!! :snigger:

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Friday, September 18th 2009, 5:25pm

:snigger: I wasn't too sure whether to respond or not as I don't know about FET and didn't want you to think I was being patronising...but it was your desperate little "anyone???" that tugged at my heart srings :innocent:


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Saturday, September 19th 2009, 3:17pm

:snigger:

thanks moonshine!! xx

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Saturday, September 19th 2009, 3:55pm

Sunny flower,
For what its worth, I've done both jabs and sniffing and I MUCH preferred the jabs.
I was sniffing three times a day, and I found it stressful to remember (used my alarm on my mobile phone) and I was also worried about enough of the drug going in (it kept on running down my face instead of going up my nose!).
But that might just be me :rolleyes:
Lots and lots of luck for your FET!
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Sunday, September 20th 2009, 5:56pm

Thanks Mavis,
3 times a day!!!! dont like the idea of remebering while I am at work and running down my face too!!!!! doesn't sound very attractive or appealing! :snigger:

during our last IVF cycle we sourced the drugs seperatley from the clinic to reduce costs, is there a huge difference between the costs of jabs and the spray?

also is there a time difference - do you have to jab for longer or spray for longer? any ideas hun?? Thanks

big sunny hugs

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