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Sunday, April 22nd 2012, 6:38pm

LIT treatment

OMG if anyone else tells me this LIT treatment will all be worth it, when it itches and hurts alot I think I will scream!

They told me it would be like 15 injections in each arm but more like 50!

What has anyone else done coz I am really uncomfortable but it seems it's working if this happens apparently :)

A cold compress helps but I am feeling craggy with this itchiness....

Great bedside manner the girl I had kept telling me it was going to hurt in the end I had to tell her to just get on with it :)

Would love some positivity here ladies :) xxx 8|
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FET Sep11- 3 No Thaw
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Monday, April 23rd 2012, 2:58pm

How about 20 weeks pregnant with twins after 7 miscarriages?

YES IT DOES WORK!! My LAD's finally went up after LIT so that was clear proof to me.

Together with the steroid effects, the LIT was the worst so it is easy all the way after this!!! :thumbup:
me 35 dh 42
6 natural bfp all mcs
1 bfp thru ICSI June 2011 but mc
Sept 2011 FET with immuno meds BFN
Nov-Dec 2011 ICSI with Immuun tx BFP
Seen [zx076] [zx076] at 6.5, 8.5, 10.5 and 12.5 weeks



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Monday, April 23rd 2012, 8:09pm

Aww bless you that is great news!!!!

I feel better now you have said that : D

Still blinking itchy but momentarily today so hope I'm over the worst....Noone war see you lol

Omg I have never had a bfp be it bad luck or implantation issues I pray this is the one Dr G gave us choices and this was the throw everything at it option!

Not sure I understand LAD though I thought LIT was helping mybody to recognize my embryo as not an alien body hence stopping the risk of rejection...well hopefully!

I am so pleased for you. My friend has twins naturally but she had given me strict orders when it happens for us to be no hero with birthing plans lol : D

Hoping that this time next year this will be part of a 6 year distant memory!

X thank you x
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FET Sep11- 3 No Thaw
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bab22 Evan born 25/01/13 perfect baby7

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Thursday, April 26th 2012, 8:31pm

Hi Phoebe

LIT really is worth the pain and itching. I'm also pregnant (27 weeks) having gone through 9 unsuccesful IVF cycles. We threw everything at it with our first cycle with Dr Gorgy and it worked. The LAD are the positive antibodies that your body produces to protect a pregnancy. By having LIT and therefore getting your body to recognise the pregnancy your body will produce lots of positive antibodies. Mine started off under 10% and went up to 50-60% after the first lot of LIT (two sessions) and then I had a booster, which took them up to 80-90%.

The itching WILL go.

Lots of luck xx
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(ICSI x 4, FET x 6 - 2 early losses)
Tx no. 10 - Immune Protocol through Dr Gorgy :BFP:
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Saturday, April 28th 2012, 11:15pm

Awww Beanie thank you so i was on the right line of thinking I can't remember my LAD levels will check them out now :)

I am a little excited this time.

What was the ET and EC like with Dr G - I am having pangs of doubt because the receptionists and the few times I have seen him has been a little hectic like noone knows what on earth is going on.....but I have faith, I believe EC is done round the corner?

Was it a proper like clinic - bit scared about that bit?

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Me34 DH40
MF LC/Poor MOT
Sept 2010/Apr11 - 2 x icsi -BFN
FET Sep11- 3 No Thaw
Dr Gorgy Jun12 :BFP:
bab22 Evan born 25/01/13 perfect baby7

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Sunday, April 29th 2012, 10:26am

Yep, recognize what you are saying. Follow what Dr G tells you to do to the minute detail.
EC and ET happen outside of the academy. Don't pay too much attention to what happens at reception. If you are unsure about anything, ask Dr G or us! :thumbsup:
Let us know how you are getting on, and know that there are so many ladies who had BFP's after first tx with Dr G. Stay positive!!
me 35 dh 42
6 natural bfp all mcs
1 bfp thru ICSI June 2011 but mc
Sept 2011 FET with immuno meds BFN
Nov-Dec 2011 ICSI with Immuun tx BFP
Seen [zx076] [zx076] at 6.5, 8.5, 10.5 and 12.5 weeks



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Thursday, December 6th 2012, 3:01am

Hi,

I was wondering how many LIT treatments you needed before your IVF and how far apart were they spaced?

And where did you get them done,

Many thanks x

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Thursday, December 27th 2012, 4:58am

Hi Emaan,

I had LIT 4 x times as my levels needed to come down more. I think I had 2 x LIT pre transfer but whilst stimming etc and 2x when pregnant but each round of two were within 4 weeks as this way didn't have to pay for DH blood screening again...but it worked I am 33 weeks pregnant! Good luck x
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Sept 2010/Apr11 - 2 x icsi -BFN
FET Sep11- 3 No Thaw
Dr Gorgy Jun12 :BFP:
bab22 Evan born 25/01/13 perfect baby7

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Thursday, December 27th 2012, 5:00am

Oh sorry had it done at Dr Gorgy's at the Fertility and gynae Academy in Wimpole Street London cost £750 for two rounds but hubby bloods about £220 valid for 4 weeks x
Me34 DH40
MF LC/Poor MOT
Sept 2010/Apr11 - 2 x icsi -BFN
FET Sep11- 3 No Thaw
Dr Gorgy Jun12 :BFP:
bab22 Evan born 25/01/13 perfect baby7

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Sunday, November 10th 2013, 8:24am

Lit treatment advice please

Just got my dr g results and agate said it looks like I'll need lit and neupogen. Will I be able to have lit at follow up appt or is there a wait? Will hubby need to come every time? Does he do it on Saturdays? Thanks Melissa

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