My experience is that you need to push and work at getting a plan in place at Cooper. Otherwise, you end up in a monitoring/e2/p4 limbo which has been the magic trick for some, but doesn't work for all. They are great at closely watching your cycle, but you are left with deciding what to do with that knowledge.
Also, I found that if you want to do IVF there, you really need to push for it and get it jump started.
If you stay, get another consult, and don't leave the room until you have action plans in place. You should have multiple plans in place for example what to do if fsh is really high, mid high, or if you've gotten it down. Also, what if this approach doesn't work, what else can be tried. Plan out your next few months and attempts.
You really need to be the watchdog on your $$'s and how you want to spend them. For me, if a cycle wasn't going in the right direction, I would cancel and wait for another, but at Cooper they will happily keep monitoring you every other day to see what happens unless you take action.
The other option is to go someplace different. Whatever option you decide, be upfront that you have x dollars and want to do IUI or whatever within a specific timeframe.