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Nature

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Tuesday, February 7th 2012, 11:34am

Day 5 Stimms scan very tiny follicles. Help....

Hi everyone... I am on day6 gonal Stimms today had scan yesterday been told there are lots of follicles but very tiny 20+
Got call from nurse and been advised to stay on same dose 112.5 and scan on fri. I am really worried this is my first ivf and also I have polycystic ovaries.. Please help... Thanks

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Tuesday, February 7th 2012, 5:46pm

Hi nature, don't worry about the size of your follies on the first scan as they will do a LOT of growing between now and EC. Mine were always slow to start with but grew nicely towards the end. You may find you need to stim for a little longer than expected or that your dose gets increased but as this is your first cycle there will be a little give and take.

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Tuesday, February 7th 2012, 10:57pm

Curly tails is right first week of stims sometimes the follies are slow, but they will catch up hun don't worry xxxx


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Wednesday, February 8th 2012, 11:53am

As CT said...don't worry. This is normal. I always start slow and stimmed for 2 weeks last time. Your dose is low so they are just watching your progress as its your first cycle. You have lots of follies also so the drugs have to feed all of them. Expect to stimm for 2 weeks and you will be there.

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Wednesday, February 8th 2012, 4:11pm

hi

Don't worry some of us are slow but steady, I'm usually exactly the same, and they usually only increase my dose towards the end. I start off very slow, and stimm for up to 16 days sometimes! But lots of follicles are good, esp if they are all the same size. It's much better than having some big ones and some small. So just hang in there, you just probably won't be one of the 9 day stimming girls!

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Thursday, February 9th 2012, 10:18am

Thanks a lots to u all lovely ladies. Got scan tomorrow since 2 days I am getting CM hope this is the good sign... :cuddle

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Wednesday, February 15th 2012, 2:23pm

hi nature - how did you get on? I'm on day 10 and still tiny follicles... haven't got any big enough to be collected




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