More Common than notDecember 27 2011 at 6:19 AM
|DeeinNYC (no login)|
Response to Clinics that cycle everyone at same time
Based upon my participation on many boards, I think its more common than not to start people with BCP's in order to batch patients. However, in your case, it may or may not be a good idea. My clinic both batches and allows people to cycle outside of the batched cycle which is hard to do when there is only one Dr....which I believe is your situation. From what I recall, you are not doing an estrogen priming protocol so you will not be on both BCP's and estrogen which can lead to over-suppression. What I did was start with Lupron on CD21. I was on an EPP though.
What I would do is tell your Dr your concerns. He may want you on BCP's for reasons other than batching. If not, ask not to be batched. This should not be a problem as long as your estimated ER and ET dates are within th cycle time-frame. Also...you are doing banking cycles only if I recall so this gives you more flexibility and time for you to cycle within the required time frame.
- Re: More Common than not - Anonymous on Dec 27, 1:42 PM
- Well...in that case - DeeinNYC on Dec 27, 2:11 PM
- I was batched - Alli on Dec 27, 4:15 PM