During ovarian stimulation with merional 75, your doctor will monitor the growth and development of the follicles. At first, this may include blood work every few days, to monitor your estradiol levels, and ultrasounds, to monitor the oocyte growth. Monitoring the cycle is important, as it helps your doctor decide whether or not the medications need to be increased or decreased in dosage ,if the response is weak the doctor may increase your dose ,it depends on your echos and tests.
Once your largest follicle is 16 to 18mm in size, your clinic will probably want to see you daily,
then at the appropriate time your doctor figured he will gives you a trigger HCG which has different brand names ,this shot is typically a one-time injection.The timing of the shot will be based both on your ultrasounds and blood work and when your doctor schedules your retrieval.
if not enough follicles grow or if you're at risk for severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, your treatment cycle may be canceled and the hCG shot will not be given. If treatment is canceled because your ovaries didn't respond well to the medications, your doctor may recommend different medications to be tried on the next cycle.
Your partner will likely provide a semen sample the same morning you have the retrieval and then insemonation is done depending on the success of all the mentined points above .