Here was my Check protocol that got me a BFP (although chemical)June 24 2011 at 1:34 PM
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Response to okay, thanks Mrs. A (n/t)
I copied this from a post I had a bit ago for BabyDance.
So Check's protocol for me wasn't a "protocol" per se. Meaning there's no defined set of meds ratio. My experience was that every med adjustment came as a result of that day's b/w and u/s results.
Cooper IVF #1
CD 2 - b/w: E2 24, FSH 11, LH 2, P4 .5
CD 3-5 - 75 Gonal F
CD 6 - b/w: E2 95.8, FSH 8, LH 1.2, P4 0.2; u/s: 15 MM on left, minor activity on right; up Gonal F to 150
CD 7 - start Ganirelix (given the 15 MM lead) and continue 150 Gonal F
CD 8 - b/w: E2 145, FSH 9.9, LH 0.4, P4 0.3; u/s: 13 MM, 10 MM, 9MM on left, two 10 MM and one 9 MM on right (SEE HOW THE GANIRELIX CONTROLLED THE LEAD BUT THE UPPING OF THE GONAL F SPROUTED SOME FOLLIES ON THE RIGHT?) Gonal F remained at 150
CD 9 - Introduce 150 Menopur in the morning and continue 150 Gonal F in the evening
CD 10 - b/w: E2 171, FSH 16, LH 0.8, P4 0.3; u/s: 2 on left; 3 on right (didn't write down the exact measurements this day); continued 150 Menopur but Gonal F was upped to 225.
CD 11 - b/w: E2 345, FSH 20.5, LH 0.786, P4 0.342; u/s: 16.5 MM, 15 MM on left, 15.2 MM, 13 MM, 12.5 MM on right; lining is 10 MM (FOLLIES ARE REALLY TAKING OFF NOW WITH THE UPPING OF THE MEDS)
CD 12 - Continue with 150 Menopur in the morning and 225 Gonal F in the evening
CD 13 - b/w: E2 522, FSH 22, LH 1.7, P4 .5; u/s: 2 on left; 3 on right (didn't write down the exact measurements this day); had already taken my 150 Menopur in the a.m. and after b/w came in was told to take reduce Gonal F to 150 and take it early in the afternoon at 4pm (vs. evening) and trigger that night.
CD 14 - pre-ER monitoring show b/w: E2 675, LH 8.0, P4 2.0; u/s: 21 MM, two 19 MM, a 17 MM and a 14 MM
CD 15 - day of ER; 6 follies, 5 eggs retreived, all fertilized naturally
Transferred 4 cell, 5 cell, 6 cell; not transferred: a multi-nucleated and an arrested 3 cell
Cycle resulted in a BFP (YEA!!! ) but ended in a chemical (BOO!!! ).
- Thanks, MrsA!! - KerriA on Jun 24, 2011, 7:54 PM