Hubby and I have been ttc for over 4 years. We had one m/c Aug 2005 and another in March 2006. I am 27 and we have been married for 5 years and live in a rural community.
I tried two rounds of Clomid a long time ago but I don't think my dr knew what he was doing. So I found a new dr and tried 100mg Clomid w/her (did about 6 rounds of 50mg), used OPKS and tried preseed. Haad blood tests done and found that my anticardiolipin test came back with higher level than normal, which means slight blood-clotting - so am taking baby aspirin to help with that. Also found that my progesterone levels were low... started taking Clomid, and it has gone up to better levels. I had my HSG test done and everything came back fine so I guess I have unexplained infertility.
I finally found the most amazing new doctor... he is having me redo all my blood work to make sure it's all still ok. If so, we'll move on to start IUI soon... I can't wait!!
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