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Fist round of IVF or different route

Hi guys! My husband and I will be seeing a fertility doctor in less than two weeks. We've been together for 6 years been trying to get pregnant for about 5 years with no luck. I do have irregular periods...I have a period and won't see one for about a month or two. With my doctor appointment coming up i was wondering if any of you had taken another route before trying for IVF. Because I live in the state of Hawaii I will be able to do one IVF transfer for free. Are there anyone who had a first round of IVF be successful? I dont want to be disappointed if I did IVF first! Any suggestions? Any answer will be greatly appreciated!
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I would RUN to search out really good Acupunture! Men and women benefit and three months before you want to conceive is the optimal time to start.  In our stressed out lives our body conserves energy by shutting down the power grid in two systems. The reproductive system and digestive systems get shut down first by stress. You might only need one month of needles specifically placed for fertility and you might be able to avoid everything else medicine has to offer you.  Even the Clomid. I ran from Needles my entire life now I go six days a week  
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