the big caveat to this one is that is was done IN MICE. There have been no movement of these results into humans yet. And I think this is a very important step that needs to be done before the results are known to apply to humans.
Although I would never state this "on the record" as many of my arguments before the patent office are based on mouse data, the reality is that there are very significant differences between mice and people and the more completx the system being studied (i.e., the reproductive system) the more likely that there are differences between the two organisms. I would say that there is a chance that this "range" of E2 results could apply to people but there is no indication at this time that the amount of E2 supplementation you are receiving is beyond that range for humans.
It is a sobering thing to remember that more doesn't always mean better when it comes to these things, but right now there is no data to support that this supplementation is at a level that is bad.
I was unhappy to read that things haven't gone as smoothly this cycle, but I wouldn't rule anything out until the beta. Thinking of you.
ttc #3 (#1 for DH)