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what # is considered good lining? what does your RE think ar good sized follicles

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March 8th, 2011, 08:19 AM
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i just came back from RE and i am at a 7; will not be doing IUI till Thurs or Friday

my follicles are from 11-21 mm; wants to see at 24 - i have 6 now - said they grow 2mm every day - that is something i did not know
acgka; ALI

Married May 2010
TTC since August 2010, almost a year
IUI in December 2010 - BFP - chemical
IUI on 3/13/11 - BFN
April natural cycle - BFP on 4/22 - chemical confirmed 4/28
IUI done on 5/12 - BFN

IUI #4 done 6/6 - BFN
so sick of getting BFNs

total of 4 failed IUIs
IVF in July

using acupuncture 1x week, Royal Jelly, pre natals, organic Spirulina, Maca Root and Red Raspberry tea
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March 8th, 2011, 09:29 AM
Toots216's Avatar Super Mommy
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I think a lining at 10 or higher is considered good. Mine went from 8 to 12 in 48 hours (!!).

My RE didn't have me trigger until my follies were 28 and 26, and I was being monitored every 48 hours. She wanted them at 26, no idea why though. I have had issues with early ovulation lately, so maybe that was why??

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March 8th, 2011, 10:26 AM
brynnkelley04's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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I don't have an answer about the lining. My RE is having me do my trigger shot when my follies are at 16mm and will do ER approx. 18 hours later. I think every RE has a little different protocol for the way they do things.


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March 8th, 2011, 10:42 AM
Oriyan's Avatar Platinum Superdupermommy
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My RE likes a 10 lining, and at least minimal 24mm follies.
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March 8th, 2011, 11:20 AM
Hoping To Be A Mommy
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Location: TEXAS
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I had a 29 mm follie this last time that was releasing on its own after Clomid so we did not continue with a trigger shot- but they did say BD accordingly and sent me home with progesterone.. I think if you are on Clomid they like to see them 20-30mm. And they will usually not get as big as that if you are not on fertility meds. Yours sound like they'll be good, though!
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March 8th, 2011, 01:20 PM
Kobain's Mommy's Avatar Future A&M Aggies Mommy
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My RE likes anything above 8mm for lining. For follicle size he likes above 18mm but said anything over 12 can produce a baby.

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