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    @leyshoja thanks for the tidbits, hope next Wed goes well!
    @Bongley I did an antagonist cycle, it's really simple. I am 30 with high AMH, it's not always done due to age

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    @amie999 yes, crinone is the devil
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    @amie999 I think that is normal on crinone. I was very nasty when I was on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiona2 View Post
    @leyshoja thanks for the tidbits, hope next Wed goes well!
    @Bongley I did an antagonist cycle, it's really simple. I am 30 with high AMH, it's not always done due to age
    Thanks @Fiona2 Oh it IS called an antagonist cycle! I thought I'd misremembered haha. Yes, I did 3 cycles a few years ago but they changed it when I didn't have any success. Now they're changing it back again as I am running out of time, which I'm glad about. Waiting 2 to 3 months between (long down reg) cycles was doing my head in.

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    @Aimee99 hang in there buddy...! So far crinone isn't affecting me TOO badly but I am only 6 days in! Xo

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    @Aimee, Crinone didn't effect me too much, I had night sweats and had to pee urgently a couple of times a night. My best advice is to clean it out every few days. The build up is gross and turns black!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    oh dear I think that was quite a freudian slip wasn't it? *blushing*

    Must remember to re-read my messages before posting..........
    no, no I think it is actually called an antagonist cycle:-) I'm just not sure what it means??

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    I thought it was a great cycle to be on @Bongley, hope it works for you!

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    @blossom1 in an antagonist cycle there is usually no down regging, start stims cd2 then around cd6,7 start ganirelix which prevents early ovulation. Trigger as normal. If I have to cycle again (fresh) id prefer this

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    I was on the antagonist cycle. It's shorter than others.
    I've been on Crinone since Wednesday, can't say I've noticed any effects from it yet


 

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