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October 11th, 2011, 01:28 PM
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Ditto to everything Jen said about the trigger is a wonderful tool to help everything happen as smoothly and predictably as possible.

It is typical to have an ultrasound around CD3 to check for cysts or anything else unexpected, and then to have another closer to ovulation to see if/how the medication is working and when you should trigger. Some docs do bloodwork as well when you do that second ultrasound, and some do not. Some docs will also do 7DPO progesterone to make sure your levels are adequate and that you do not need to supplement.

Have you done RPL testing or other testing to see if there is an explanation for your losses?

I'm glad that you found our board and hope that you find lots of support here!

Melissa & DH
IVF babies Claire (5), Abigail (3) and George (3)

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