Hey all! I'm doing the Estrogen Priming weird Protocol
I went in to get the "all clear" on this my CD2. And it showed 8 antral follies on my right ovary and then she said there was a leftover on my left ovary that measured at 19. My re said this is okay, but have to check my blood levels. She called and they are fine and i started my stims.
Just wanted to see what you all thought. Does this mean I will have no more on my left? and what happens with this sized 19 one? I took 300 IU of Repronex this am and have the headache to prove it and Im to take 300IU of Gonal f this PM. I go in after 5 days of stims for antoher us/bw.
What do you girls think, anyone know anything about Antrol follies???
Thanks so much
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07-16-2005, 03:14 PM #1ltbRegistered Userhas no status.
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Antral count and leftover follie????me 40 dh 42,dx blocked tubes, removed both 1999
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07-16-2005, 05:51 PM #2KarenS-MIBoard Coordinatorhas no status.
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I don't really know much about antral follies since I never got that far in my own cycles, but I don't think that you'd not end up getting any more follies on the left. I could be very wrong, but that almost doesn't make any sense to me for you to not get more on that side, KWIM?
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07-16-2005, 07:33 PM #3Cathin1Registered Userhas no status.
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I'm pretty sure they meant a cyst. A leftover follie would be a cyst from a previous cycle (especially at 19mm). They were checking to see if it was excreting hormones, which would affect the success of your ivf cycle. HTH
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