Age 35/TTC for 9 months. I already have boys, ages 10-16, from a previous marriage, but it's definitely a lot harder to get pg this time around. TTC my husband's FIRST... And, I am hoping for a girl this time, although I have given up on the idea of gender swaying.
[More] I have tried all the "methods" to conceive a girl, but with no luck getting prego at all. So, I have decided not to be picky--- I'll take what I can get at this point!
UPDATE: I got pregnant on my third IUI in December 2008, with only 8 million sperm!! I remember crying the whole day after my IUI, thinking it was another failure b/c I felt our count was too low for success. Then lo & behold,,, two weeks later,,, TWINS!! The magic bullet for me was doing a combo cycle of clomid + low dose follistim + ganirelix injections (to slow the lead follie so others could catch up,) + trigger shot, with an IUI 30 hours later.
And we recently found out,,, IT'S TWIN GIRLS!! WOO~HOO~~~ Thank you LORD for this double PINK blessing!!
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