My husband and I are finally trying a second round of IVF. I'm 39 and a "poor responder" (although with my first IVF they retrieved 7 eggs--1 of which lasted until day 5 and looked very promising, but didn't turn into a pregnancy). This time around, despite being on the maximum Gonal F dosage (450) and a very low dose of lupron, I only have 3 eggs growing, and I'm not sure whether I should go ahead with the IVF or not. Does anyone have any positive stories of people who went through with IVF despite having very few eggs?? I could really use some encouragement, as I'm feeling quite hopeless after 10 days of injections and so little to show for it.
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