I just found this website and I am hoping that the group/members can assist me in answering how much time does this all take, ie, starting the meds, injections, egg retrieval, and so forth. We have had all the testing done; I am 39 and my husband is 55, my FSH level is closer to 10 (apparently not a great thing but not totally a loss) and then he has something called a morphology that is at 3% (they want it around 14%). Next step, call the first day of my cycle (today) to begin the treatment. I am very new to ivf and from the way my physician made it sound as if the process was pretty easy (medically anyway) but when I started reading various postings I see a GREAT deal of mention of monitoring, blood tests and so forth. Can someone give me an idea of what the norm/average is to see your physician and obtain testing during this process?
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