Thursday, April 29, 2010

Cycle Review, etc.

I had my first cycle review with PPVI today.  My P+7 progesterone was 27.0 ng/dL and estradiol was 46.2 ng/dL.  Dr. H wants me to take the 500 mg sustained release B6 and Mucinex twice a day starting on day 10 through P+2.  I may have called prematurely since I'm still not have constant flow, just crazy off and on.  It's either P+11 or P+14.  I took an HPT which was negative (just using the old take an HPT, get your period trick).  I also had a followup today with my wonderful practitioner, TCIE.  I do have some nausea starting, but one of the kids I nanny for vomited yesterday, so it could be just stomach virus nausea.  I promised TCIE that if I don't have real flow by Saturday that I'll test again.

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  1. Seems like you are moving in the right direction! And I will get something in the mail for you! It's still the Easter season, right?? :)

  2. Hello. Do you know what the target range is for the p+7 bloodwork is? I have tried to find it on the internet but could not find it.

  3. Simone,
    Normal for progesterone P+7 is 15.7 ng/ml (+/-5.7) so 10 to 21.4. High progesterone is generally not a concern, just low. You don't have a link to your email or anything on your placeholder/info blog or your profile.

  4. Hello Mrs Blondie,
    I am still very new to this blog site. Thanks for the reply. I tried to find a link to your email to thank you but I could not find it. I updated my profile and I added a link to my email.
    I just had a laparotomy in March and this was my first cycle review. I had P 13.2 and E 312. The dr said it was normal but I have seen women post with a huge range. I wanted to see my targets. Thanks again. I have been following you story for awhile and I pray for you often. Good Luck!

  5. I am on all that fun stuff, but I really think it worked/helped. I love my cycle reviews-lets me know that if something changes it won't go unnoticed and I feel very well taken care of. Hope you do too!