I havent tried DHEA or estrogen priming @LillyM- My estrogen levels the opposite, its high-ish .. but I have heard of using soy isoflavones or royal jelly to promote e2 if you are on the low end. But I'm no naturopath so you might need to double check that with an actual naturopath..( @StephyG- something to consider?)
Primary unfortunately does not offer assisted hatching or PGD, you'll have to go to one of the bigger clinics like Genea or IVFA to have that done. As a requirement for AH or PGD- the embryos must reach a certain stage ( usually day 5) to do it. If you're a low responder in those clinics, they get you to do embryo banking first, which means multiple stim cycles to have enough embryos ( higher chance of blast) and works out to be cheaper, as you get all the embryos PGD at once.
Theres also embryo 'glue' which other clinics offer but Primary doesnt.
The downside to a bulk-billed clinic I guess.
I hope you get to strangle out more answers from DrG than I did hun...haha
I'm like @Billie2- I'd lilke to know about guided transfers. @Billie2- hubby isnt on anything tbh. He does a week long intense session at the gym to boost testosterone but thats about it..haha.. but then again we dont have MFI. Selenium is apparently suppose to be very good for sperm- something to look into?
If you need the crew ( us ladies)to come and cheer you on as part of your marketing to your hubby to come back- let us know us .. I'll have my pom poms ready..haha