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  • "Mrsr2017" started this thread

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Monday, February 19th 2018, 11:08am

Does the RFC (N.I) only do one (long) protocol?

From reading the site I see most (if not all) ladies who have had their nhs cycle through rfc have been on long protocol-down regulation with nasal spray on day 21 etc

Is this the only protocol that rfc offers ? Has anyone had a different treatment cycle ?

We are on list for ICSI but my history means a long regulation protocol probably wouldn’t suit me and I haven’t seen anyone else on a short protocol with rfc so wondering now if they don’t offer it to nhs patients ?
me 29 DH 37
Endo and MFI

ICSI#1 - July 17 - bfn
ICSI#2 - Nov 17- BFP !! - M/c at 6w1d
Hoping 2018 will be our year ....

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Thursday, February 22nd 2018, 9:02pm

I'm not sure, I haven't seen anyone on here going short.

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Thursday, February 22nd 2018, 10:01pm

Hi Mrs, I cycled a few years ago with another girl who was with the RFC and she was on the antagonist protocol. I don't know much about it but think it is a short protocol which doesn't involve the nasal spray. I'm sure they will tailor your treatment to suit you xx
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  • "Mrsr2017" started this thread

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Friday, February 23rd 2018, 7:46am

Thanks ladies I’m not expecting letter until summer anyway just want to find out whatever I can before then lol xx
me 29 DH 37
Endo and MFI

ICSI#1 - July 17 - bfn
ICSI#2 - Nov 17- BFP !! - M/c at 6w1d
Hoping 2018 will be our year ....




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