Our expert says:
The difference between day 2 and day3 should not be significant in terms of infertility treatment or in respect to the status of the ovarian reserves. Furthermore one needs to consider that even though the specimens may be handled by the same labs, there will also be inter specimen variation and also since the hormones are cyclic produced there is also variation depending on what time of day the blood assays have been taken.
Hence a small fluctuation should not be of undue concern. In general it appears that FSH level is slighty ELEVATED but would still bode well for ivf in terms of ovarian response. All other levels are within normal range and therefore the impression is that your chances of producing good quality oocytes should be reasonibly good. owever there may be other factors interfering with implantion which may needs to be addressed and may be the main reason why the ivf cycles have not succeeded.
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