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Are these numbers good? Re: Donor

So, we got our first status report today on our donor who started stimming sometime last week.

Estrogen= 713

"Many small follicles"

2 measurable follicles- 12mm and 14mm

Our nurse said she's right on track, but I don't really know what those numbers mean.  Do they sound good to you? 

*SAIF Always Welcome!*


Kelli & Rob married since 01/28/2006


TTC since 03/06 - POF/PM dx 11/06


Donor Cycle #1 canceled - Donor's genetic history

Donor Cycle #2 canceled - poor response from Donor

Donor Cycle #3 - BFN :-(

FET#1 - BFN :-(

Donor Cycle #4 - 5/10/2012

Beta #1 (5/21/12) - 46 |Beta #2 (5/24/12) - 123 |Beta #3 (5/30/12) - 875

U/S #1 (6/5/12) - 1 beautiful nugget!

Miscarriage (6/13/12)

FET#2 (8/24/12) - Please let this be The One!


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Re: Are these numbers good? Re: Donor

  • i was never told my estrogen levels, but i know when i was stimming they told me i was best to go "slow and steady." i ended up stimming for 12 days, but i got 23 eggs, which led to 15 embryos.  so i believe that slow and steady works!
    TTC #1 since 10/08
    After 4 failed IUIs, IVF#1 was a success!
    IVF #1: start stims 7/16, ER 7/30, ET 8/4
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  • my drs never really told me my levels - if something was too high they would let me know.  but in general they stimmed me slow and steady and I had between 25 and 30 eggs with each fresh cycle.  I stimmed between 11 and 15 days i believe for each cycle.  I was interesting because I wouldn't have ANYTHING measurable until around 10, 11 days and then BAM! lots of follies.  But everyone is different, that's what makes this so difficult.  Just trust that the dr had a good reign on what's going on with your donor!!

    I'm trying to follow all your updates - i'm really rooting for you babe!!! 

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    Tara & Dave - TTC since September 2006
    PCOS - dx 1999 (amenorrhea) | freakishly long fallopian tubes
    Hypoglycemic | thyroid issues | severely anemic
    Multiple Clomid cycles of 50, 100, 150 - absolutely no response
    Follistim 50/100 | Follistim 75/125 | Follistim 100/150 IUI - all BFNs
    Converted IVF - BFP - m/c | FET - BFN | IVF #2 = BFN
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  • sounds good to me :)
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  • image psychmusetls:

    my drs never really told me my levels - if something was too high they would let me know.  but in general they stimmed me slow and steady and I had between 25 and 30 eggs with each fresh cycle.  I stimmed between 11 and 15 days i believe for each cycle.  I was interesting because I wouldn't have ANYTHING measurable until around 10, 11 days and then BAM! lots of follies.  But everyone is different, that's what makes this so difficult.  Just trust that the dr had a good reign on what's going on with your donor!!

    I'm trying to follow all your updates - i'm really rooting for you babe!!! 

    Thank you Sweetie! 

    *SAIF Always Welcome!*


    Kelli & Rob married since 01/28/2006


    TTC since 03/06 - POF/PM dx 11/06


    Donor Cycle #1 canceled - Donor's genetic history

    Donor Cycle #2 canceled - poor response from Donor

    Donor Cycle #3 - BFN :-(

    FET#1 - BFN :-(

    Donor Cycle #4 - 5/10/2012

    Beta #1 (5/21/12) - 46 |Beta #2 (5/24/12) - 123 |Beta #3 (5/30/12) - 875

    U/S #1 (6/5/12) - 1 beautiful nugget!

    Miscarriage (6/13/12)

    FET#2 (8/24/12) - Please let this be The One!


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  • image theworms:
    sounds good to me :)

    Ditto 

    TTC #1 Since 4/2010, Cycle 30
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    FET#1 3/2/12 - 2 blasts =BFP!! EDD 11/18/12, us#1 = twins! Confirmed m/c 5w6d
    4/20-surprise BFP and another c/p 4w2d
    FET#2 7/16/12 - 2 blasts = BFN
    FET#3 8/20/12 - 1 blast - BFP!! Beta #1-2=177, 354
    1st u/s 5w6d, one beautiful little HB :), 2nd u/s 146bpm
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    IVF#2 8/19/15 - cancelled due to cysts
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    image theworms:
    sounds good to me :)

    Ditto 



    and a 3rd! Everything crossed for you.


    Dx: MFI, AMA, DOR, low AMH and homozygous c667t MTHFR


  • This sounds great and very similiar to mine this morning.  I had one measurable at 14 and many many other smaller ones.  Was told I was doing beautifully due to my "young" age. So I guess I had more follies than they normally see. (for the record i'm not that young in my 30's so I thought it was a funny comment) So I think she is on track.  Best of luck.
    TTC since 2008, our little miracle arrived July 2013!



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