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Thursday, September 29th 2011, 10:13pm

Author: MacMummy

HOPE fertility launches at Glasgow Nuffield Hospital

Glasgow Nuffield ACS now houses the Hope Clinic Fertility check-up warning - Herald Scotland | News | Health Book in for a fertility MOT in your 20s... you might regret it later if you don’t | The Sun |Home Scotland|Scotland Features

Thursday, September 29th 2011, 10:12pm

Author: MacMummy

Glasgow Nuffield Hospital

Glasgow Nuffield ACS now houses the Hope Clinic and are advising ladies, regardless of age, to get their fertility checked. OPEN day on Sunday Free Infertility Services Open Afternoon - Glasgow | Nuffield Health Fertility check-up warning - Herald Scotland | News | Health Book in for a fertility MOT in your 20s... you might regret it later if you don’t | The Sun |Home Scotland|Scotland Features

Wednesday, August 24th 2011, 12:58pm

Author: MacMummy

Low AMH 5.4

Hi Scarlett1251, Sorry to hear about your shock result, I know all too well how that feels Hun, I was told at 33 that my AMH level was 1.34 and I was distraught having gone to have TX due to a known male factor issue, turned out I had potential problems too!! I was told to skip IUI and go straight in for IVF, I failed to respond to the regular regime using Gonal F so my cycle was cancelled and I was at my wits end,they told me to think about using a donor so I decided to take some time out to th...

Friday, August 19th 2011, 12:40pm

Author: MacMummy

Weaning 7month prem twins ... Aaargghh!!

Hi Geordie, My girls were born at 36+4 and I started to wean using BLW at 6 months but they really just played with the food and weren't all that bothered by it until they were about 7.5 months, I felt then that they werent getting enough using BLW so I started a combo of both letting them eat themselves & me feeding them, this worked great and all was then wolfed down! They are now 20 months and can feed themselves a complete meal using cutlery, well a spoon as there is no way I would let them ...

Friday, August 19th 2011, 12:30pm

Author: MacMummy

AMH 0.5...Do I stand any chance what-so-ever?

I agree that there is always hope Hun, my AMH is 1.34 and I am currently a Mummy to 20 month old twin girls, so believe, it is possible MM xx

Tuesday, July 5th 2011, 1:11pm

Author: MacMummy

Started Gonal F Today anyone else in a similar situation? x

How exciting wantabubba!! Who is your fav nurse then?? You'll be fine with the injections Hun, the gonal F pens are great xx

Tuesday, July 5th 2011, 1:09pm

Author: MacMummy

Glasgow Nuffield Hospital

Just wanted to wish all you wonderful Nuffield ladies the best of luck MM xx

Tuesday, April 19th 2011, 2:06pm

Author: MacMummy

Glasgow Nuffield Hospital

Just wanted to wish you all the best of luck for your TX at the Nuffield I only have good things to say about all the staff there & as you will see from my signature, they did a grand job for me! I would also recommend that you take advantage of their use of a free counsellor, she is excellent and I found it very helpful. MM xx

Sunday, March 20th 2011, 11:46am

Author: MacMummy

low Amh levels=end?

Hi Mrs Kiwi, Welcome to FZ Hun, you will find this site a great source of advice & help Sorry to hear about your AMH level results, I know how this feels, I too was told at 32 that my AMH was only 1.34 & that I should think about egg donation, quite a shock when we went along with a know male factor issue only!! As you will see from my sig though, despite this I decided to push ahead with IVF using any of my own eggs that we got & the result was twin daughters!!! I didnt respond to the usual dru...

Friday, February 25th 2011, 4:17pm

Author: MacMummy

Looking for a SA Clinic in Glasgow/West Scotland

Hi Phoenixalpha, Welcome to FZ With regards to clinics within the West of Scotland/Glasgow, there are two private clinics, The Nuffield & Glasgow Centre for Reproductive Medicine, both have websites PLEASE NOTE THESE SITES/CLINICS ARE NOT ENDORSED BY FZ http://www.nuffieldhealth.com/Product-ar…onception-Team/ http://www.gcrm.co.uk/index.htm I have no experience of the GCRM but have friends who have used it for scans etc and found the staff to be friendly. When it comes to the Nuffield, I only ha...

Saturday, February 12th 2011, 8:56pm

Author: MacMummy

Blood streaked mucus after ET- anyone had this?

Hi Mon77, Sorry that you are stressing out over this Hun, I'm afraid that I cannot offer any advice as I have no experience of this but I didnt want to read and run Has the bleeding stopped? I am sure that a small amount of blood streaks may be nothing to worry but if in doubt, call your clinic, are you at the GRI? MM xx

Tuesday, February 8th 2011, 10:15pm

Author: MacMummy

Low AMH etc - miracles do happen!!!

Glad that this thread has perked you up Rache and given you new hope Good Luck with your TX MM x

Thursday, February 3rd 2011, 9:03pm

Author: MacMummy

CYCLOGEST QUESTIONS

Finger & toes crossed for you for next Wed Daisy, let's hope that 2011 is your year GOOD LUCK! Xxx

Thursday, February 3rd 2011, 8:56pm

Author: MacMummy

CYCLOGEST QUESTIONS

Just wondered Hun as I felt that my boob issues got worse as the 2ww went along. It can be hard not to let your mind run away with you during this time as everything you feel you wish/hope are positive signs that things are progressing the way that you want them too! Will keep everything crossed that you get that BFP result Daisy MM x

Thursday, February 3rd 2011, 8:39pm

Author: MacMummy

CYCLOGEST QUESTIONS

Hi Hun, It's difficult to pin point exactly what causes this when your hormones are all over the place due to TX. My boobs did get bigger & more veiny during my 2ww and I was using crinone gel. How far along your 2ww are you? MM x

Wednesday, February 2nd 2011, 3:40pm

Author: MacMummy

16 months old wakes up every night_Help!

Hello My Lovely, Sorry that your feeling down, lack of sleep never helps when you have alot on your plate etc. I know exactly how you feel as up until about 10 days ago, my girls hadn't slept through the night for about 5 months!!!!!!!!!! I too used to just give milk but as bubble rightly said, this only made matters worse as they just woke up and expected it I just got used to the fact that I had to get up once or twice ( at least) ever night but after my last visit to the health visitor to get...

Saturday, January 29th 2011, 11:34am

Author: MacMummy

On Suprecur to down regulate but with a follicle! Help please

Hi Porde, Sorry about the delay in starting your TX Hun, I know how frustrating & upsetting this can be. It sounds to me as if you might have a cyst, these look like follicles but often remain after your AF, the best way to describe them is just like a fluid filled sac. The problem with them is that they can gobble up your drugs and stop your true follicles growing with eggs inside, this is why TX is delayed. I had cysts twice that delayed TX, the doc gave me drugs too to bring on AF again and '...

Saturday, January 29th 2011, 11:28am

Author: MacMummy

DIET, VITAMINS & SUPPLEMENTS

Hi Stacey, There are a huge range of pre-natal vitamins etc out there, I personally took Zita West Fitalfem, these are available online at zitawest.com ( PLEASE NOTE THAT FZ DOES NOT ENDORSE THIS SITE), they are not the cheapest ones but they seemed to work for me. I think a common one found in chemists is pregnacare, the most important thing to check is that it has folic acid in it Hun, this is very important. With regards to diet, I didnt really drastically change my diet but I cut out all alc...

Saturday, January 29th 2011, 11:18am

Author: MacMummy

very tight bump with twins?

Just like all the above, I used to rub in bio oil or moisturiser and it did help, I also used to find that getting the air about my bump helped loads, not handy when your out & about right enough but in the house I always had my top tucked above my bump and trousers below, very chic, NOT! Take it easy & rest as much as you can Hun x




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