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I had my CD12 ultrasound today, and my labwork back - My FSH is fantastic, it was 3.9, and I was really worried about it, given my family history.
She saw what she said at first was a huge follicle (measured 35), but then said it's possible that it was a cyst. she didn't seem too sure either way, though she said it didn't "look like a cyst" and that she had to call it a follicle... but that there was no way to know for sure. Anyways, I also had another that measured 15. So she told me to trigger tonight and BD tomorrow and the next day.
So I have a question - is that BDing schedule the same for you all that have done FEmara? I would think BDing tonight would be beneficial to ensure there are swimmers there waiting for the egg.... wanted to see what other doctors have said.
OH, and the ovidrel was not covered by my insurance - wasn't expecting that! I also will be starting progesterone suppositories in a few days.
Thanks ladies!! I BD'd 12 hours after the trigger on the line of thinking that it takes up to 12 hours for the swimmers to reach their destination, and if I O 24 hours after the trigger, they should be meeting up around that time. of course, we'll do it the next couple nights too for good measure.