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Good luck Jules!!
 
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Old 10-23-04, 07:57 PM
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Old 10-23-04, 09:15 PM
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I hope it's not to late to respond to you Jules. I'll just reiterate what I wrote on the other thread....I HATE MY COMPUTER
 
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Let me alleviate any fears. Since I've been doing IVF, I'm very much aware of my lining and its changes. This is from INCIID:

What should my uterine lining be at ovulation and at implantation?
As you approach your LH surge, it should be above 6 mm, ideally between 8 and 12 mm. (If it is much more than that, it may be advisable to ask about a hysteroscopy or sonohysterogram to see if perhaps there is a polyp inside the uterus). You want to have a triple stripe pattern around the time of the LH surge and ovulation. Towards the time of implantation, you want to have a more integrated HH or IE pattern. The triple stripe occurs in response to estradiol; the HH/IE conversion is in response to progesterone. It should also be noted that, although most doctors prefer the above pattern of linings, there is no conclusive research on whether a better pattern actually results in higher pregnancy rates.

I know someone from my clinic who was so freaked out by having an IE lining at 5dpt (this is when my clinic checks the lining again) and not the preferred HH lining. Well she's pg now. Your lining is converting due to the progesterone now. That's what matters.

As far as the sizes of your follicles......they were FINE! Follicle sizes at the time of trigger are different for injectables and clomid. Clomid takes a little longer to mature the follicles. When you do IVF, there are various ranges of follicle size. Not all are 20mm at the time of trigger. Gonal F will mature the follicles faster so you can have a mature egg from a 16mm follicle. And I'm sure after the hcg trigger, your little guy was around 20mm.

And....you are fertile for 24 hours past mucus peak day. All in all, I think you had a terrific cycle.

GOOD LUCK!!!!
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If you are on clomid, don't sweat it. Follies will be bigger (and the RE will probably let you go longer) because of that. Exactly what Glinda said. My RE said that they consider a follie mature on injectibles at 15mm and I know that is true with doing 2 IVF cycles now. When I get to anywhere between 18 and 20 they trigger me. On my last IVF cycle I had 19 eggs retrieved (all follies were 18 to 20) and I believe 2 of those were "overly ripe" and did not fert.

Good luck this cycle!
 
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