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... I haven't had any IUI's, but I did have a blocked tube, so maybe I can offer you some advice. My opinion only, but...I think you should request a laparoscopy before going through anymore IUI's. An IUI will not work if your tubes are blocked. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Blue eyed smarty! Thanks for the response :) I did forgot to mention something important that my RE had told me regarding the laparoscopy. He said since I had gotton pregnant before (miscarried at 9 weeks last Feburary:angel: ) that he does not think it is necesary to do something as invasive as the lapo. I have had no full term pregnancies just one miscarriage. He is... (11 replies)
... there is nothing obviously wrong with either myself or my husband. ... (2 replies)

... lbp - Just wanted to give you my experience with $$$ and IUI's here. When I was seeing my regular OB/GYN, I did 3 cycles of Clomid with IUI and my costs were about $700 each cycle plus the Clomid which was about $50 each time. It breaks down like this: Ultrasounds - $150-200 each (I had at least 2 each cycle) HCG injection by Nurse - $85 Sperm Washing - $50... (8 replies)
Iui
Jul 11, 2006
... hoping that he finds something wrong, whether he can fix it or not, at least I would have an answer as to WHY I am not able to conceive and move on to the next step. ... (9 replies)
... Keep us posted on what you find out or what your doctor says... ... (11 replies)
Iui
Jul 12, 2006
... Thankyou all so much for your support. This is all so new to me and quite daunting. My first IUI will probably Thursday 20th or Friday 21st and I'll use a combination of Clomid and injectibles. Going to give it the best shot I can! ... (9 replies)
... We have been ttc for two years. I've had all the testing and so has my husband. I also have pain during intercourse. I haven't had a laparoscopy though. If the IUI's don't work, than I think I'm going to have one. I have only done one IUI so far, I'm thinking about trying about 4 before moving on. ... (18 replies)
IUI Success???
Sep 14, 2005
... I don't mean to butt in here, but I can answer your question about progesterone levels. I have done IUI 3 times using Clomid with no success. I am going in next week for a 3rd laparoscopy for endo. Not sure what we will do after that... ... (6 replies)
... suppport I need. About 1 year ago, I was diagnosed with PCOS, and had laparoscopy to remove many cysts from both ovaries. ... (0 replies)
... mas present ever or another sad holiday. Maybe Santa can bring us all some BFP's our way!!! ... (11 replies)
IUI too early????
Jun 21, 2006
... Hi Koukla, It was a little disappointing because we couldn't schedule the laparoscopy until 7/27. It is at 11:00 AM, and I have to fast all day (No water or anything - anybody who knows me knows how much I LOVE to eat). :eek: :eek: But, I did find out that all my bloodwork came back normal, so I am trying to think of that as positive at least. It will be worth it in the... (13 replies)
... years. Now, to most out there who has been gone through major fertility treatments may think we are not in the right group or consider as infertile. ... (18 replies)
... The shot itself wasn't painful, my ovaries felt like I had 10 of them all in that one tiny area. I could barely sit, walk or do anything. I had my iui the next day and my doc said it could have been mild OHSS, and that I am at extreme risk for multiples. ... (1 replies)
... The months that followed were some of the most horrendous of my life. but six months of treatment and a second laparoscopy later, I was told that the endo had cleared. ... (1 replies)
Introductions
Jan 2, 2008
... s I wasnt really thinking of having babies or getting married. I was so busy worrying about my career and my personal life. ... (26 replies)
... ve in South Texas so insurance coverage was only for diagnosics only. We have been for the last year and a half trying to decide if we wanted to attempt invetro or not. In that time I am convinced that I have PCOS although no one else seems concerned. I have always been a person who could predict when AF was coming. ... (1 replies)
... Our insurance does not cover any infertility testing or treatment, so all is out of pocket. We are far from able to afford all of this. ... (5 replies)
... me to face the fact that things weren't going to happen naturally, and we first approached my dr the beginning of last year. In the summer of last year, I had a laparoscopy which showed that my remaining tube was completely blocked. I was referred to my RE, had another lap, and had the tube opened up... ... (27 replies)
... I would say, depending on your situation, that your next step would be clomid or another kind of medication that will allow you to ovulate more eggs at one time. ... (4 replies)




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