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Have you thought of a uterine infusion/wash of G-CSF on your IVF cycles?

March 15 2012 at 12:14 PM
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Kim  (no login)

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Dr. C's office used G-CSF on my December mini stim IVF cycle when my lining was only 5mm at retrieval, so they added it to my uterus while I was out for the retrieval. My lining mid-LP was fluffed up to 8-9mm and HH pattern. The G-CSF really helps balance the t-cells out in the uterus - and side effect of fluffing the lining. Many DE patients use the G-CSF and have had successful THB - so the embryo is not rejected and helps thin linings too. You could use what you currently are doing and add in the G-CSF. It's an approved FDA drug but for other uses than fertility.

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  1. barge to Kim - alima on Mar 15, 12:31 PM
    1. Ok - not confirmed but Dr. C said some DE patient having success with it - Kim on Mar 15, 2:08 PM
      1. Meant to say - Kim on Mar 15, 2:19 PM
        1. Also - Kim on Mar 15, 2:50 PM
          1. Progesterone... - DeeinNYC on Mar 15, 4:11 PM
    2. Ok - not confirmed but Dr. C said some DE patient having success with it - Kim on Mar 15, 2:09 PM
    3. Not too expensive - cost $350 for one vial - used at ER - Kim on Mar 15, 2:10 PM
  2. Didn't know about this... - BabyDance on Mar 15, 12:36 PM
    1. This is Neupogen - DeeinNYC on Mar 15, 12:54 PM
      1. Yes, G-CSF has a couple of brandnames - one is Neoprogen - Kim on Mar 15, 2:13 PM
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