Ladydee - I have never understood the oestrogen levels and what they were checking for (so thanks for explaining that earlier) so can't say I can remember what happened with mine last time. Hopefully you see an improvement with your oestrogen levels when they increase your FSH dose. Last time I had to increase my dose several times in the cycle I became pregnant, think they have to watch us PCOS ladies very carefully so as not to over stimulate us so cant do it all too quickly, it took me nearly 4 weeks in all before they gave me the trigger shot so don't lose faith it can still happen. Can you not ask to up your dose of met? That's one thing I am definitely happier about this time as I have been on met since coming off the pill originally so it will be in my system more and it seems to have helped with my acne as I have had no issues this time. Usually in PCOS women the LH level can be double the FSH where as back in 2010 mine were over 3 times the FSH level, not sure quite how they relate to my FSH levels this time but obviously still very high. From my understanding my follicles are not receiving enough FSH to grow and develop and my body tries to ovulate before it is ready due to the amount of LH. Last time even my fertility nurses read my results wrong and told me I was ovulating when I wasn't due to lh level, good job I had an idea of what what was going on lol!
I remember finding it difficult working all my appointments around work last time and found it very stressful especially as no body knew what we were going through. I am lucky this time though as I am a stay at home mum, will now just have to drag DD everywhere with me lol! Hope you manage to juggle all your appointments x