Hello everybody, This is first time ever to post something on forum, so I am not sure if I will give you all info you need to understand my story. I have just started stimulations for my 2nd IVF cycle and this is the second time I have baseline estrogen levels over 100. The first time it was 103, I went through the stimulations, got pregnant and after 6 weeks lost pregnancy. After that I have read different posts that having this high estrogen may be indicative of low ovarian reserves... however my doctor is not too worrying because other tests look good. Now again my base line estrogen was high 112. Today bloodwork after 3 days of stimulation returned with 215 and they are again confident that things will work out. So I am continuing with stimulations and increasingly worrying. Has anyone had this high estrogen to begin with and ended up with successful pregnancy??? I would really appreciate to know that I'm not setting myself up for another failed cycle.
Thanks and good luck to everyone going through their cycles and treatments!!!View Thread
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