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    Both the clinics I went to did bloods as well as scans. I always asked for estrogen, lh and p4 numbers. I asked for p4 as a transfer was cancelled due to high progesterone once, and lh as I was on go all f most times and if my lh went below 1 I asked for luveris, which brought it up.

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    Actually I take it back, thanks for the reminder @Chiefsgirl. It's been that long since I did a stim that I forgot. They would do BT before EPU and twice my tfer was cancelled due to high progesterone. This still fascinates me because we keep hearing that you can't have 'too much' progesterone and your body only absorbs what it needs. How does that make sense then?

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    Mine tests p4 levels prior to epu but not during stims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    Actually I take it back, thanks for the reminder @Chiefsgirl. It's been that long since I did a stim that I forgot. They would do BT before EPU and twice my tfer was cancelled due to high progesterone. This still fascinates me because we keep hearing that you can't have 'too much' progesterone and your body only absorbs what it needs. How does that make sense then?
    Too much P4 at the time of triggering decreases your chance of implantation happening. Once you're preggo, your levels need to be high enough to hold the pregnancy.

    Here's a link explaining it a bit:

    http://www.shadygrovefertility.com/p...-and-fertility
    Last edited by BlondeinBrisvegas; 30-08-2015 at 13:07.

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    Default IVF over 40 #16

    @Charlie74 did you get your ENA and dsDNA tested after your ANA result? Mine was and dsDNA was <7 and ENA was 'inconclusive'? This is still stressing me and dr Google is not providing much help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    My ENA screen was negative negative hon, my gp did it at same time as ANA, not sure I've had the dsDNA done?? Wots that testing do u know?
    Have u had the lupus anticoagulant blood test? My GP told me that even though my ENA screen was negative (and a good sign), that the lupus anticoagulant / anti phospholipid would be more important to rule out certain auto immune issues (like lupus, scleroderma, those kind of things). If ur GP hasn't done it maybe u should get that one done??
    Yes I had that one done too. Just been off for another ANA and ENA blood test. Waiting impatiently to see if the fish oil made a dent in it 🙏

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    Yes I had that one done too. Just been off for another ANA and ENA blood test. Waiting impatiently to see if the fish oil made a dent in it 🙏
    Not sure about dsdna sorry

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    hope your dd had a good birthday on the w/e Blonde, and you had a fun time celebrating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    hope your dd had a good birthday on the w/e Blonde, and you had a fun time celebrating.
    She did thanks Luv😊 Posted some pics over on the parenting thread (starting at post #438) if you want to have a look.

    How are you doing??

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    Oh my goodness @BlondeinBrisvegas how do you ever say 'no' to those gorgeous blue dolls eyes?!!
    Have you tried lots of tummy massage? Just another thought for L's current ouchiness. There's great clips on youtube.
    Failing that you could always introduce her to a tub of chocolate ice-cream laced with prunes. Poor little poppet.

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