About Me: Female, 39, duncanville, AL, member since Nov 2008
hey i am 31 ( for a coulple more weeks), married for 13 yrs we have 1 child just turned 8. have been trying to conceive again now for 3yrs, tried clomid which caused surgery and hospitalization. now going to hopefully try fertility inj if i start next with and iui.
"we went to have the iui done and they said his count was to low still to do iui, they went ahead and used what they had tho. his count was only 236,000. it is frustrating but its something that cant be helped. me and my dh both have fer..."
hi not much has been going on ... in the 2ww right now since my menses have somewhat regulated itself... so heres hoping, I get a good bday present this weekend... good luck to you on this cycle SSBD
Good luck tomorrow. Have you POAS? I am 4dpiui. I have 10 more days till I can test. My doctor won't do blood work unless I request it. Sorry your numbers weren't as good as you had hoped. We used DS and that count was at 24 million. Let me know what happens.
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