Maybe with your low FSH, you'll respond to injectibles better and more follicles will grow/pop out of no where.
You know - in theory - having only two follicles with a low FSH of 2.2 makes a lot of sense. This means you don't have enough FSH for the follicles to grow at all... and thus - waiting for your FSH to go up would help...
I thought having an empty follicle meant that there was a follicle - just that they couldn't flush them out. Am I not wrong?
And by the way - if you are with Coopers - my understanding is that you can do 3 or 4 monitorings and not have to pay the OOT fee. In other words - if you try two or three more monitorings and decide to cancel the cycle, they don't charge you for OOT monitoring. (You might want to confirm with Coopers on the maximum number before you get charged.)