This is my 2nd IVF cycle. My doctor called the pharmacy for both Gonal-F and menopur. I don't understand why both. During my first IVF cycle I just used Gonal-F. Why is that this time there is another stimulant?
I had a failed IVF the first round. And now my doctor wants to change my drugs.
I went from only taking Follistem, to be taking Follistem AND Menopur. I'll start those drugs in a few weeks. My doctor want to be able to make more eggs, better quality.
I'm really hoping this works this time. I'm trying to stay positive. With all your help, and words, I can try and find my strength
Does anybbody know, which one " menopur or gonal-f" is supposed to do which, grow faster or produce more follicles ?
Have done 2 tries IVF with Puregon, now my doctor is changing it to menopur highest dosage, but nothing else !
What is follistem ?
all the best to all of you
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