My partner and i have been trying to conceive for 3 years now without success. I was diagnosed with PCOS 2 years ago and have been on clomid and metformin since without success. Now my specialist wants to give me both clomid and trigger shot next month. he said i should take clomid on the 3rd day of my cycle then visit him on the 15cd so he can do a u/sound and give me trigger shots for 5 days. Anyone had success with this method? pls share if you did because i am getting tired and feel like giving up.
Hi! DH and I tried for four years before seeking a RE's help. We had unexplained infertility. The method of using Clomid and the trigger shot was what I used during all four times in combination with IUI. It's definitely worth the try. In the end I had a lot more hormonal injections during that last fourth round. Have faith in the different methods and one will surely work soon!
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