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Bharani
Bharani

January 18th, 2012, 1:19 am #1

I changed my doctor. the recent cycle that failed wasn't from here. I travelled just to get success. The other clinic was the one that the donor to her hcg shot and previously two cycle something happen.

Any updates! Please keep me informed. I looked from the internet RI and I found two doctors. It doesn't make sense. The whole city two RI!!! Anyway, one needs referral although I was with them when I was doing iui. I went to my family doctor and asked him for referral. He said he know the doctor (RI) his specialist is in rheumotologist (lupus) (spelling ?). I have joints pain too. I had a doubt if joint pains can affect infertility. I will know soon. I called his office and left message.
do you have all the blood type name to test for immune?

Wishing you good luck!!
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January 18th, 2012, 1:25 am #2

Hi there:

Oh, GOOD, I sort of thought that was the case, but I could not remember. Actually, joint pain could be related to immune disorders such as arthritis or lupus, so yes, having an RI would be good. Why don't you just arrange an out of state or out of town consult over the phone?

You could contact my Drs office -- Dr. Acacio in Orange County, or the Scher guy that was suggested.

There really are just not a lot of RIs.

I am doing well, I am mostly on the green board about my specifics, I don't know why, I feel sort of private right now. That may change.

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Bharani
Bharani

January 18th, 2012, 1:54 am #3

Please remember me when you are on med before cycle let me know. I will start from this doctor. I hope he can see me early.

I am just writing to my clinic an email.

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minniet
minniet

January 18th, 2012, 2:23 am #4

Definitely just call or email Dr. Acacio's office, they are so caring and thorough. He has helped so many of my friends, and he works with other Drs. (whether they believe in RI or not, he will advise you).

I will share the protocol as soon as I get it!

I know the meds, I think, it's the timing which is also unique, and he has many protocols depending on your bloodwork.
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