Hello,I'm new here, but like everyone else, been through hell, hoping, and looking for answers! I'm 36 and just had my first embryo transfer this past Monday, 7/13. Today, day 4 after the transfer, the doc's office called that my estrogen level from yesterday's blood work was a "little lower then we'd like it to be" 97, and progesterone 20+. He's starting my on estrace today. I know from what everyone says that this is not an indication of pregnancy at this early stage, but it's so hard not to be hopeful or scared. Anyone have a similar situation or any success stories? Trying to remain positive. Any response/feedback would be so appreciated! Have a good day.
Hi. We're pretty close :) I'm 37 & had my first transfer on Tues. I didn't have any bloodwork afterwards, so can't help with that, but I am using estrogen patches. My blood test is a week from Sat. I just wanted to offer you encouragement & hopefully we'll both have happy endings (or beginnings!) Best wishes =)
I had my transfer on 7/17/09 3day 3 embryo transfer I went for blood work today didnt get back results yet. I had 2 IUI before I did IVF and when I went for the first round of blood my numbers were good then 4 days later for another blood test my numbers dropped.This is your first round of blood my doc say he wants E-200 P-20 so i think your numbers are pretty good did they give you a supplement? I cant stand the waiting its to heartbreaking I do understand. Im sending lots of baby dust your way GOOD LUCK!!!
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