Our 1st IVF/ICSI cycle started! In this video I am using the Suprecure Buserelin Nasal Spray for the first time and only for three days due to the side effects mentioned in the video,
All patients who receive IVF treatment at Bourn Hall Clinic are provided with a drug teach. This is a one-to-one session with a nurse to show them how to self-administer IVF drugs. Buserelin is the first medication, which is used during down regulation. To help anyone who may want further reassurance or simply need a reminder, this video takes you through the self-administration of Buserelin step-by-step. To find out more about Bourn Hall's IVF treatment please visit http://www.bourn-hall-clinic.co.uk
Nurse Linda of the Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine (SIRM) demonstrates the process for preparing and administering a subcutaneous injection for your IVF cycle. Learn more about fertility, IVF and how Sher Fertility Institute can help: http://haveababy.com/
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In this video, Consultant Gynaecologist Miss Amanda Tozer of the London Clinic shows you how to set up the IVF medication Centrotide for self-injection. For more information on Miss Amanda Tozer or to book a consultation call 0207 034 6240 or click http://amandatozer.com/contact-us/
well this one is really sore it stings real bad but it doesnt last long oh and the way im pronouncing it is wrong opps lol
I now inject 1cc/200mg every 10 days in the thigh. My previous dose was 1cc/200mg every 14 days in the "rear."