Well, my lining is apparently OK. The clinic considers the next one, when I'm actually at the clinic, to be the more important one.
And we got an update on the donor's follicle count. She's doing well and not having any side effects from the drugs (yay!). I don't know whether to start the next sentence with "and" or "but." So I won't use any conjunction:
Her follicle count is 11 after 5 days of stimulation. My coordinator says this is "as expected" and their goal is 10-20 eggs for us. They are going to do another u/s on Wedsnesday, so we'll have another update then. The coordinator also says that this donor typically develops more eggs as the stimulation goes forward. We can expect 80% of the follicles to yeild mature eggs, so at this point, we're close to the minimum.
I know I'm asking the impossible: I'd really like unambiguously good news from now until we get that positive HPT.
Life doesn't work that way, so I have to learn this coping skill. Still, I would like to worry as little as possible until we're done.