I finally started my cycle yesterday! i have an appt tomorrow with my doc for an u/s and if he likes what he sees i start the menophur injections tomorrow for 10 days. i cant imagine having a cyst because i had one 2 months ago but we have not had any treatments since so im sure its gone. i am really excited to finally be moving forward and try another treatment. i hope this is the magic for us. I am kinda nervous for the side effects of this treatment if any.
Good luck! I'm on Menopur and Bravelle and have only had some mild hot flashes and some itching. (no rash or hives) It's nowhere near as bad as I thought it was going to be! I hope your experience is a good one!
Me-25 DH-38 TTC 1st for 21 months. 3 rounds of Clomid-BFN's. 5 rounds of Femara, 3 IUI's - BFN's. Planning IVF for week of Jan 21st. Using Lupron, Bravelle and Menopur.
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