A little background ttc for 9 years finally last 2 with RE. I do Clomid cd3-7, Follistim cd7+ then trigger. I had 3 iui's last year pg with two, both miscarried early. Pg again naturally, miscarried again. This year has been full of cysts, lining issues, no period issues, finally this cycle we got a good cycle. Had follicles at 18, 17, 16, 16,16,16,15 and smaller at day of trigger. Dr. warned risk of multiple but given history said she would go for it. E2 level @ 1220 day of trigger as well. I went in for 7dpo progesterone and it came back @ 79.3 Dr. said this is high and showed a good ovulation of probably more than one follicle. Has anyone else had a level this high? The next week is going to be a long one, I can test on the 10th.
Unfortunately, a high progesterone level at 7 dpo does not indicate pregnancy, but it does indicate a very good ovulation! And like your doctor said, you probably released several follicles, which will definitely increase your chances this month! Best of luck!!!
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