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    Default FET directly after a Stim cycle?

    Has anyone gone directly into a FET natural or medicated after a Stim cycle?

    I would like to but apparently the clinic I'm with want you to wait a month regardless of whether you had ohss or not.

    Apparently it can stop you from ovulating the following month...

    If so did you have any problems?

    So sick of waiting

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    Yeah I did twice.....It did delay my OV for about an extra week. I already had long cycles so it was super long....I got 4 BFP's on 7 cycles /transfers but never on the cycle immediately after a stim!

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    I did a medicated FET straight after my stim cycle. It was all fine. Didnt get a BFP though

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    I've done back to back full cycles. Think it really depends on the clinic and your relationship with them. For me my back to backs were later in my cycle count so they knew what my body would do.

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    The FS said its fine to do a natural FET after a stim cycle this month. I was a little hesitant but insisted it wouldn't be wasting an embryo. It's all happening again, I'm kind of glad I have a stable cycle and it's better than waiting a month!

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    I had to wait a month , but my first stim cycle was a m/c so maybe that's why aswell?

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    I did but had clomid to make me ovulate as I don't on my own. Baby girl is due in 5 weeks

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    Oh and I had OHSS first cycle too. Was in hospital for three days. Blood tests showed my levels were back to normal when I started Clomid.


 

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