June 18th - BETA - 500
June 21 - BETA - 1492
I am 34yrs old. I am married 2 yrs. Been TTC 2 yrs. My DH and I tried to conceive for 1 year before we were referred to an RE. We had to wait impatiently for 6 months for an appointment. After many tests we found out it was a male infertility and our only way to conceive is through IVF. I started hormone injections and much to my surprise I did not respond well, cycle was cancelled and switched to an IUI because I did not have enough follicles. Next month, they increased my dosage, and again, failed cycle, switched to IUI, and it failed again. We took a month off. It was such an emotional rollercoaster. I needed to find myself, and I felt I was losing myself in the treatment. We recently started again. I was on a very very high dose of the gonal-F. I made it to IVF with 5 follicles. 4 fertilized. 2 were transferred, and the other two did not make it to the blast stage. I am in the 2ww - and I am trying to keep positive thoughts.
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