but what concerns me was your lack of ovarian response, particularly without any suppression. Now if you were doing something wrong with the injections, that would explain it, too -- but I would've thought that with more gonal-f (plus clomid) you would've gotten more than 2 . . . so something is going on here --- but I agree that high FSH does not seem to be your primary issue -- so many estrogen priming is not a good idea . . .
I believe that with the estrogen priming protocol you start taking estrogen during the lueteal phase of the cycle before, but I am not entirely certain. I do know that Cornell uses Estrace (patches) for their priming protocol, while Cooper uses estinyl. The logic of using estinyl is that it doesn't show up in the blood work so regular E2 measurements can still be done during the cycle like normal.
If I can find a protocol, I will post it.
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