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    Default E2 level too high?

    Hi I'm just wondering if you would mind having a look at these BT results and telling me if you think my Oestrogen levels are to high for that time of my cycle? I'm 27 and concieved my first child first cycle and my second child when my first was 5mths, no period, co-sleeping and breastfeeding on demand.

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    so I just got back from the doctors (GP) with my results and I am hoping to get some opinions on them, bit of a background I have 36 day cycles (average, range from 35-37, this one was 41) last cycle I had a chemical pregnancy, I'm breastfeeding too, my son is 22mths old.

    These were done on CD40 of a 41 day cycle.

    FSH- 1 U/L

    LH- 5 U/L

    E2- 2977 pmol/L

    Progesterone 6.3 pmol/L

    Prolactin 185mU/L

    Also says results suggestive of midcycle (??)

    hCG <2

    TSH 1.98 mIU/L

    GP has agreed, after some arm twisting to do a CD21 (CD30 for me) progesterone test this cycle.
    I appreciate your opinion as it is not easy for me to access fertility advice because of where I live. I have been trying to fall pregnant since April (7 cycles), I have gotten positive OPK tests around CD18.

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    E2 levels are fine. Good Luck GS

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