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High E2 and Coasting before Timed Intercourse
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:02 PM
Well today I've fallen in a bit of a hole emotionally and I was hoping for any thoughts from others that may have been in the same situation....
I'm on my 3rd OI cycle + timed intercourse. First cycle was cancelled with over 20 mature follicles and E2 around 1500. Second cycle went for 21 days with E2 up and down, finally triggered with HCG but BFN (I assume due to cycle length and E2 fluctuations). This cycle on Gonal F 100 stimmed for 6 days....day 4 E2 was 800, day 6 scan showed 1x16mm folkie and 2x14mm follies plus lots of smaller ones (I have PCOS). I didn't get b/w on day 6 as it was a weekend but day 7 bloods were E2 2500 so they coasted me and today day 8 they are 3500!!!!!!!!! Why if I only had 3 follies the day before?!!!
I have a feeling this cycle is going to be cancelled as the nurse said she didn't want to tell me my results when she rang.....I'm so depressed, EVERYONE of my friends is already falling pregnant with their 2nd children and I feel like my life is just this emotional waiting game......
Has anyone ever had a similar experience with high E2 and coasting with either our or OI+TI?
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