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Oh wow, this is great news!! Of COURSE there are eggs in the follicles and of COURSE they are good. Throw that thinking out the window. Yep, 4 times better. :-)

I think this is looking really good for you.

1. 4 follicles
2. Dr. is doing an ultrasound on Sunday.
3. You feel this time that the timing is good.
4. I'll giggle if you get pregnant this round because my birthday is on Monday. Good luck!

Do you have plans for multiples? :-)

Take care!! Chris

Good luck!

Lucky 4!

Woohoo! Sending good egg thoughts to those 4 follicles!

I'm very curious about your donor. What he is like and why you chose him.

At any rate, go 4 follicles, GO!

Four follicles is FANTASTIC news!!! I'm feeling very, very good about this. We're around all weekend if you need support/distraction/a pool.

Good luck Sarah, I'll be thinking of you.

Best of luck Sarah (still reading, just can no longer comment at work for some reason :( ). Is there a reason you can't go back to this donor again (eg no more available sperm from him)? Fingers crossed for you!
ps does an IUI when you have 4 follicles mean a greater chance of multiple births?

Four is a really good number!!! (Yay! that doc will work on a holiday weekend!!!!)

Good luck. Four is good, you don't want to increase your chance of multiples. I hope this one takes, because this process does take a toll on you emotions and your body.

four is perfect for an IUI. Why 2 IUIs if you're doing a trigger shot? Good luck!

hi there. It's Sunday. I'm thinking about you. Wishing you happiness and SUCCESS!!! With love ...

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