I had day 3 labs done today not sure if it is the same thing...probably is was told thatit is used to determine FSH levels. I just gave blood paid my co-pay and left. Are you a 1st timer of IVF as I am? Not sure what good #'s are maybe somebody can share that with us as well.
I am not trying to take over this post or anything but just FYI, dont know how much truth is to it, but I read somewhere (on some website while obcessing about my prog. levels) that certain foods can have an affect on your progesterone levels. I meant to ask my doc and forgot. I am curious to know what foods that would be.
Progesterone levels vary wildly. You could test it 3 times in one day and get different levels. It has to be tested every month for several months ideally, to get an idea of the trend, rather than taking one # as gospel.
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