About Me: Female, 32, Houston, TX, member since Aug 2011
Me 27-low AMH
DH 28-low count and motility pre-clomid....now all is normal!!
Clomid with TI unsuccessful
Femara with OPK and IUI unsuccessful
Femara with Trigger and IUI unsuccessful
Injectables and IUI unsuccessful
IVF#1 IT WORKED!!!! Abigail born 1/14/13
Feb 2014....SURPRISE NATURAL PREGNANCY! WAITING FOR FIRST US, BY MY CALCULATION DD IS 0CT 27TH
"my DH went to a urologist, his whole SA was off- lower count, low morphology and motility...after 3 months of clomid...the nurse told me today with his motility being 96 or 98% (cant remember which one) "look whos trying to show off now!..."
"are they upping the dose on your meds? i dont know about menopour, i took follistim (this is my second cycle on it). they increased my dose this time (even tho i responded great to it last month) i was afraid they would get too big too f..."
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