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January 20th, 2013, 11:02 AM
Join Date: Jan 2013
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Hello Everyone,

My husband and I are ttc for 2 years now. We had a miscarriage back in 03/2010, I was diagnosed with PCOS and started on Metformin 1500mg.

After 8 unsuccessful cycles with Clomid 100 mg and a few natural cycles my OB decided to do a bump cycle with Gonal F.

Today is CD 12, I took Clomid 100 mg from CD 3-7, then Gonal F 37.5 iu from CD7-CD9.
CD 10 I had my follow up sono and these were the results: Right Ovary -3 follies at 13mm, 7mm and 7mm. Left Ovary -2 follies at 13mm and 5mm. MY OB decided to increase my Gonal F to 75iu on CD 10, 11 and 12. Tomorrow I will be going back for another sono.

Do the follies grow at the same rate (1-2mm) with Gonal F or do they grow faster? Im hoping that I will have a mature follie tomorrow or at least one thats pretty close. Im worried they will stay at the 13mm mark. This is all so nerve wrecking.

Thank you!!
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