Yes, it can be quite frustrating when ovulation cannot be induced even with medical help. However you’re Doctor knows best. A reassessment of the problem should be done. Rule out factors like PCOS wherein the thickened ovary can cause problems with ovulation. Increasing the doses of gonadotropin injections and using the HCG trigger will help. Hope this helps.
The answer is based on information provided. Exact advice is not possible without a proper examination and investigations. You are requested to consult your Doctor. Take care and keep us posted.
thank you so much for the advice. it really is a morale boost for me.
this time my doc changed the brand of hmg and increased the dose to 225IU for 5 more days. today in TVS, I got 2 follicles of 16-17mm and many smaller follies as well of about 10-11 mm. now my IUI is due a day after.
how much are chances of getting pregnant with IUI?
I hope we can get a positive news soon.
I got my periods on the same day when my IUI was due. :(
it is so frustrating!!
is it normal or there is some prob in me?
now my Doc said this month they will not do anything and would wait for my next periods.
plz guide me what to do?
Hello doctot. I have a pcos problem.i took hmg injuctions .after that i ovulated with 20 nm egg size.from last 6 months i ovulated.but pregnency not happening.why