I am going in for my 2nd iui tomorrow morning. We have been ttc for 5 years, I am 40 DH 43, unexplained infertility except for low AMH and advanced maternal age. We had 4 quite large follicles at the scan- 18, 25, 27, & 30. Not sure if these are too big but hoping at least one sticks and gives us a take home baby!
Are there any 2IUI success stories out there? This was my first cycle on injectables, looks like I responded well.
Any updates, ladies? I am 7 dpiui right now, not feeling much in the way of symptoms, except some cramping around 4-5 dpiui and somewhat tender breasts. It's hard because I am on progesterone which mimics preg symptoms.
Amysypuernova- I wish I had tips. I think once you've done your iui, and you are taking your vitamins, you have done all you can. This cycle I have let go and realized whatever is going to happen will happen, out of my control.
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