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    rorolo posted:

    I am 40 years old, DOR and my FSH=12. Could you please help me with some thoughts? Do you think that the following protocol is appropiate for my high FSH ?
    * BCP one month prior IVF
    *0.05 ml Suprefact injection TWICE a day starting day 3 till trigger
    * day 5—450 UI Gonal for 2 days +Luveris 75UI
    *Day 7-decrease Gonal at 300 UI+Luveris 75UI
    *Trigger -Pregnyl.
    1.Do you think that BCP and Suprefact TWICE a day could be too much for me? Can suppress me too much? I am afraid that 2 doses of Suprefact are a bit to much as I have a low ovarian reserve.
    2. Is 450 UI gonal too much or too little for my situation(age,DOR,FSH)?
    3. Is luveris 75 UI too little/too much?
    Thank you in advance

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