I live in California. This week I finally flew to nj to see both Dr check and Davis. I wrote a lengthy post on regular fsh board if any one would Like to read. Now I have the following question for check ladies
1- devastated enough I learned that my fsh was 77 yesterday. This a cycle after a failed IVF and fsh =77 , e2=3 and they said I never ovulated this month. Should I be worried about my fsh or since its on cd17 its not very descriptive. The highest I have had on cd3 was 28
2- any advice about how to manage the OT monitoring. I just read the below post and that freaked me out...
3- what do u think about cooper lab? And the fact that they don't have vitrification and every thing there is so old fashioned?
I am starting an IVF with check and I am so nervous. It's a 6.5 hr flight from here to NJ so I don't know how many times I could do this.
FSH=28, AOAB, endo stage 4, right overy very small, left overy covered with endo,AFC 2, cash pay
3/2011 IVF #1 : 2 follicle, failed abnormal egg didn't fertilize
From 3/2011-9/2011 went to Re every other week and had a cyst or low AFC and couldn't start IVF
9/2011 IVF #2: EPP, stim for 15 long days, 1 follicle only, sudden E2 drop @ stim day 14,converted to IUI, BFN
Sorry to freak you out below. I was thinking maybe the nurses are just overworked and outnumbered but then I saw your post On the High fsh board, where one of the nurses was online shopping. That just irritates me all the more.
I also thought it was funny when you mentioned the repeated need to give them the insurance information. I must admit I'm getting a little snarky these days, (been dealing with to much incompetency), but I faxed my insurance informaion in advance as requested. Then at my consult they took my insurance card to make copies. When they asked me to have a seat and fill out the paperwork, I took it up without filling in the insurance informaiton. The lady at the desk says "Don't you have insurance?" I was like, "what? I already gave you my insurance card, you made a copy" She says "you need to fill it out on the form" I was like "you got to be kidding me?" I was gripping the whole way back to my chair.
Anway, I don't have any advice, just wanted to wish you good luck. I have stage IV endo too, so I'll be especially interested in your updates.