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    Default Should we proceed to egg collection with 2 eggs

    We are currently reciveing 450 FSH a day and 250 cerotide injections a day for the last 11 days. The stimulation has only produced 2 eggs one 16mm and one 12mm. My left ovary is not firing at all. We need to make a descion as to proceed to egg collection with only 2 eggs or cancel now.
    This is our first cycle and seeing as we are such a high dose of FSH the doctor doesn;t think it is going to improve in future cycles...I am confused... what do we do? Is there a chance with so few eggs?
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    Absolutely no question go for it. You only need one egg to make a baby.GS

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    Hi Dr Sterling, Thanks for your reply... decided just that had three eggs; two fertilised and had Egg Transfer last Friday now in the TWW to find out if they have taken.....


 

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