My ultrasounds were looking good and normal, and Dr. C (as well as 2 interns) were commenting on how it was no wonder I had Ovarian Hyper-Stim the first time, as I had many budding follicles - without any drugs (commented on it in this post). They figure I will start on 100 IU of Puregon, not the usual 250 or so, same as last time.
Hubby's tests all came back good too, so that's a relief, we really didn't need something new going wrong.
Dr. C also noted that they have made some advances on treating OHSS, and that now, as soon as they realize that a pregnant woman is starting to show symptoms, they will drain the fluid (rather than waiting for her to get completely dehydrated and balloon up 10" the way I did). Apparently a colleague of his runs a 4000-cycle per year clinic, and using this technique, has not had to hospitalize a single patient in several years! That is huge.
Dr. C also explained why there is such a waiting period at the Centre - they are a 600-cycle/year facility (full IVF), not nearly the volume of other clinics, but they are a research centre linked to the University.
A good visit, but still waiting until November.