About to leave New York…

1 12 2012

Headed home today… and as of last night, we had two grade A morulas expected to be blasts, and the other four were lagging behind a bit, but Dr Braverman said he’d wait and see.  Whatever makes it to blast today will be biopsied and then frozen… and we’ll get CGH testing done.

I wonder when Dr Braverman will get me started on humira, ivig, and neupogen…

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1 12 2012
Liz

I just found your comment on my blog in the spam folder. I do also see Dr. B and have been very pleased so far. He managed my IVF cycle and we did a freeze all. I started Neupogen with the cycle was planning to transfer. Mine was covered by insurance and only cost $50. I hope you are equally lucky because I’ve heard it’s expensive. Best of luck with your CGH testing!

1 12 2012
moni

Sounds very promising! Thinking of you!

2 12 2012
kateetaylor

Good luck… I have my fingers and ovaries crossed for you!

3 12 2012
taylor

Keeping my fingers crossed for you!!

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