I put it where?

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Registered: 01-26-2010
I put it where?
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Fri, 06-25-2010 - 12:32pm
So DH and I decided to put off IF treatment until Sept. due to an insurance change that will take place Sept. 1.
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In reply to: rodmom_2
Fri, 06-25-2010 - 12:51pm

Yes, I am all too familiar with the FSH injections and the trigger. What are the names of all

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In reply to: rodmom_2
Fri, 06-25-2010 - 3:59pm
I'm not sure about those meds...but when I took Misoprostol vaginally to induce my m/c, I inserted 4 tablets up against my cervix (while laying down), and just stayed in bed for about an hour after.

TTC #1 October/November 2009


BFP December 14th, 2009 :)


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Registered: 01-26-2010
In reply to: rodmom_2
Fri, 06-25-2010 - 4:19pm
The FSH injections are Follistim and the trigger shot is Ovidrel--exactly the same as when we conceived DS.
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In reply to: rodmom_2
Fri, 06-25-2010 - 5:52pm

I used prometrium vaginally before I found out I had a mc. It is basically progesterone. My progesterone was just 1.9 when I found out I was pg and I was put on it to elevate it.

It doesn't fall out but may get a little creamy. Your body heat "melts" it. I put it in just a fingers length. I didn't have any side effects from it, either.

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In reply to: rodmom_2
Fri, 06-25-2010 - 6:57pm

Thanks, Aimee!

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Registered: 07-28-2009
In reply to: rodmom_2
Fri, 06-25-2010 - 7:08pm
Follistim is a great drug and yes, the tablets are Progesterone. They don't fall out but as the pp said, it does leak and can be a little messy so you'll want to wear a pantyliner. I wouldn't worry too much about why they put you on it. Now days, Progesterone is kind of a standard issue with any injectables cycle. The logic is that it can't hurt and may help so they give it you just in case.

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In reply to: rodmom_2
Sun, 06-27-2010 - 5:42pm

When I took the prometrium tablets for my son the pharmacist said to put it in an hour before I had to get up in the morning. That way it would be mostly absorbed before I got up and

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