Just a quick note to say hi! my name is shireen and i just had my unsuccessful IUI and now i have left over activity in my ovaries so i have to wait for a month... this is driving me crazy n i m looking for any article on this condition so i found some forum and i read u also gone thru this situation...can u plz tell me does it effect ur periods coz after failed IUI i got my periods 5 days earlier and i had very heavy bleeding only for 1 day and now its finished no more bleeding or spotting, my RE said take a preg test i did and its BFN she said it is possible due to IUI medication???
I took Clomid (50mg) for 2 months because I wasn't ovulating & I had low progesterone. My first progesterone draw @ 4 weeks was 49..I was thrilled. The month before that on cd21 it was only 8. I'm just so excited that everything is looking good for me, I had myself convinced that I couldn't get pregnant. I had a 4 week ultrasound, but all you could see was a little black speck!! :) Thank you for writing to me..I appreciate it! Talk to you soon & I'll keep you guys posted!
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