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Enlarged Ovary in Early Pregnancy after IVF

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#1 Wonderstruck

Posted 21 March 2020 - 12:01 PM

Just wondering if anyone had experienced this while I wait to hear back from my FS.

I had my 7 week ultrasound today. Bub looked fine but apparently my right ovary was very large - blood flow apparently fine.

This was my second FET for the year and was back to back with a failed one. My FETs are medicated (puregon, Ovidrel and progesterone pessaries). I'm a high responder generally and I stopped progesterone the day I got my FET. I don't recall this from my last pregnancy on 2016/2017 but I may have happened.

Any tips or words of wisdom. I am very bloated and my estrogen was over 6000 on the day I got my BFP.

I will probably hear from FS this afternoon or on Monday and see my OB on Thursday.

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