Thanks, folks, for your suggestions -- I have taken names and followed links. Tash, you know bourbon is always welcome :-) If only that's all it took...
Okay, new question: My understanding is that Follis.tim and Go.nal F are exactly the same thing. But their generic names are slightly different (follotro.pin alpha vs beta). Is that just because they're different brands?
Also, my clinic has suggested possibly using Br.ave.lle, which while cheaper than both F and GF, appears to be slightly different. While I do have ins, I only get $10,000 per lifetime, and only 50% of meds and treatment/appointment costs are covered. I may pay out of pocket for these, if only to same $ for treatment.
I'm feeling kind of neurotic, and wanting to use the exact same stuff I did last time (in which I got pg 2 out of 3 cycles, the 3rd with the boys) so I can have a similar outcome, at least as far as getting pg successfully. Though, GF is cheaper than F, and B is cheaper than both. Though maybe I would respond even better to GF or B?
Augh. This is what makes C nuts.
Tell me your thoughts? How much does this matter? I generally stim pretty well (got O.HSS with Cl.omid, 50 mg, but the ovulation is stronger and luteal phase is more productive with injectables). But I've only used one kind of injectable stim.
Of course, it's been 2 years. My day 3 labs came out fine -- good, even -- last April.
Also, this is way easier to obsess over than how stressed I am at the prospect of trying again. At least, I would think so.
Thoughts? About any of this?