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Old Nov 9th, 2016, 19:17 PM   51
Nolimitxox
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Hi ladies

Poor news from my appointment. They couldn't find any measurable follies and my e2 was only at an 11. My body didn't respond to one of the most aggressive Ivf Protocols. The cycle was abandoned. Sadly I'm out. Thinking about trying in January since I have a lot of meds left over but not sure it's even worth it. ��
I didnt respond well (not exactly like you) on an agressive protocol either! Wait until your doctor chats with you. Did he surpress you before the cycle?
Yes I was suppressed with BC for nearly two months. I'm not on any now. I think I am on CD 11 and still not O'ed and I have short cycles so I am wondering if I was over suppressed. I did the micro flare with 150 menopur each day and 300iu of follistim each day. I also took 20mcg of Lupron microdose twice a day. I have had two children naturally but my AMH is only .34 so they knew I would be a poor responder so they went in being aggressive. It's so weird. I have sleepy ovaries. I think I am going to work on exercising and eating more healthy and might look into coq10 supplements too.

I hope all of you have wayyyy better response then me. I am also probably going to do my objections next time in my thigh instead of stomach as I've heard people had better responses doing that.
I totally think you were over suppressed! It should have been a red flag with the AFC if you ask me, but I am not a doctor. I felt pretty hopeless too after my first cycle, in which I was also over suppressed by birth control. My last two cycles have also been longer than usual. I did one IVF where I was on high dose folistim and after the cycle failed my luthal phase was 10 days. My following cycle was 29 days long, and I am on track to have another 29 day cycle. My cycles are like yours, short. 23 days to be exact. So this is quite an extension. My first cycle off IVF I did not ovulate and my second I just ovulated on CD 17



 
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Old Nov 9th, 2016, 21:07 PM   52
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My clinic has never had me on any birth control and we did multiple IUI's before the IVF. I know everyone's clinic is different, but I wonder why they do it?

I really hope they figure this out for you soon Hun.



 
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Old Nov 16th, 2016, 18:35 PM   53
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How's everyone doing? I'm about 5 dpo if I actually did ovulate. I'm more excited to be starting my ivf cycle in about 10 days!



 
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Old Nov 16th, 2016, 21:16 PM   54
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How's everyone doing? I'm about 5 dpo if I actually did ovulate. I'm more excited to be starting my ivf cycle in about 10 days!
Right with you. Were about 1 week out.



 
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Old Nov 17th, 2016, 12:09 PM   55
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Wow everything is moving quickly!
Got our doctors appointment for dec 3 and was told to call when day 1 starts, which I think will start in probably 14-17 days depending on if my cycle is like normal.



 
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Wow everything is moving quickly!
Got our doctors appointment for dec 3 and was told to call when day 1 starts, which I think will start in probably 14-17 days depending on if my cycle is like normal.
the three of us got this!!!



 
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Old Nov 18th, 2016, 09:33 AM   57
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Just saw the doctor this morning, we have a testing cycle to do first, which should start around then end of this month, then we just have to get everything approved through insurance and we can start. The only thing left to do is wean my son. I think its going to be hard, because I really like breastfeeding now (probably harder for me than for him), but I know it's the right thing for us, and I made it to one year, so that's not too shabby



 
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Old Nov 18th, 2016, 12:49 PM   58
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Just saw the doctor this morning, we have a testing cycle to do first, which should start around then end of this month, then we just have to get everything approved through insurance and we can start. The only thing left to do is wean my son. I think its going to be hard, because I really like breastfeeding now (probably harder for me than for him), but I know it's the right thing for us, and I made it to one year, so that's not too shabby
I hear you on weaning. We have been down to nursing just once before bed, but I think we're going to wean starting tonight. I am going to be at an overnight retreat, so I won't be with him for bedtime. And my husband is just going to do the next couple of nights, so that the transition is smoother for him. Our RE doesn't require us to be weaned until we transfer (for an FET), so I could theoretically keep nursing, but it just makes sense to do it now. And that way if we struggle with it, we have some time to get it worked out.



 
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Old Nov 18th, 2016, 13:47 PM   59
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So excited to start seeing some action on this board!

Good luck on the weaning ladies

Has anyone been on aspirin for a cycle? My nurse told me but it's not on my paperwork so I was wondering when to start it. It wasn't in my big box of meds either.



 
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I am still nursing too, but have decided not to wean. My hormones look good so I don't see a reason to. I'm nervous that this will affect the embryo implanting, but I'm willing to take my chances. Good luck to everyone getting ready to start their cycles and good luck to those weaning.



 
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