Posted by: bee | 2004/11/04

ivf ladies - silly question

do you have to shave when you go for you ivf embrio transfer etc?

Just wondering - did not have the guts to ask a male gynae

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No, you don't.

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Posted by: Golly | 2004/11/04

Dear Bee,

All the best of luck with the IVF. I hope it is successful ( maybe you end up with triplets!). Please keep the forum updated. I would be very interested to know how your experience was as I'm going mid Jan. 2005 for my first IVF.

Take it easy and relax. If there is anything proven to help the process just do it and enjoy.

I'll be holding thumbs and toes. Good luck and baby dust to you!

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Posted by: Bee | 2004/11/04

towards the end of November - my first one

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Posted by: Golly | 2004/11/04

I guess there is no harm in having it neatly trimmed....

When are you going for IVF, Bee?

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Posted by: H | 2004/11/04

No, you don't need to shave. The transfer is so quick. Just like a pap smear only quicker!
Good luck!

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