I have unexplained secondary infertility. I have three boys and 6 years of ttc have gone by without successful pregnancy. I miscarried last spring at 9 weeks and 4 months ago with identical twin boys at 3 months. Both pregnancies were naturally conceived. I'm in my first cycle of 75 mg clomid. I had an ultrasound and bloodwork yesterday at CD 15. My E2 level came back 2,105. I had 5 folicules on right that measured: 26, 28, 25, 36, and 23. I had one on my left measuring 26. Nurse said ovulation had started. I did not get triggered. My question is considering my high e2 along with all the mature follies am I at high risk for higher order multiples. Twins would be amazing especially after losing my twin boys but because of health complications associated with higher older multiples that would scare me. Nurse advices to continue cycle as planned. Any thought?
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