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    Quote Originally Posted by wishmeluck View Post
    Hi Jessesgirl

    As EO has explained, 800-1000 per mature follicle is the Australian estimate for a mature egg - though as with most things it's a guideline. The US state 200 per mature egg though they use a different unit of measurement than we do. They also have different units for measuring AMH levels too so be careful in interpreting US websites and research!

    Good luck for your EPU. All sounding good so far. Remember, it's quality over quantity.

    Wish
    Agree totally, I think the conversion is about 3.7, but just googling you can get scared of the variance.

    If it helps last time I got to 7900 and I got 7 eggs, 6 mature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlet View Post
    Agree totally, I think the conversion is about 3.7, but just googling you can get scared of the variance.

    If it helps last time I got to 7900 and I got 7 eggs, 6 mature.
    Yep! Spot on! Feeling nervous now!

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    Well I got 13 follies with 10 good eggies inside!

    Fingers crossed!! X

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    I was wondering about this very topic myself. Just had my first EPU.

    I had a blood test on trigger day and got 6700. I had 16 eggies collected, but no one mentioned anything about how many are good/mature.

    Am a lil worried now someone said the less eggs the better the quality..

    They are worried I might be a lil more likely to OHSS due to so many follies and will be monitored.

    Does anyone know any good trustworthy sites that give you some guideline about the estrogen level?

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    Ok I asked my fs just before he knocked me out yesterday.. He told me its around 400 per mature follicle- which is right for me as I got 13!

    Good luck!

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    I know this is an old post but I was wondering what others levels were.

    im 43 and have low amh and i know this is a long shot.

    AMH = 1.1
    E2 levels day 5 = 100. not good but not bad either as it was told to me.


 

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