I don't know what they are hun so I have no advice at all :/ sorry.
Do what you feel is best... if Clomid didn't work maybe you should give injectables as they are another option?
Maybe it would it put your mind at ease knowing your trying every avenue??xxx
I did clomid AND injection of hcg called ovedriel and then did IUI the same cycle and that worked like magic. Clomid only makes your eggs develop, ovadriel makes the eggs release. Clomid can mess with your CM making the swimmers slower and more difficult for them to reach the egg. That seemed to happen for me so when I did the clomid injection and IuI it works great. IUI goes past the CM and drops the sperm off directly at the cervix hopefully by the egg so the swim is short and easier for the lazy swimmers ;). If you have any questions at all feel free to leave me a note on my wall or PM me :)
Hey. You should have better luck with injectables. My 43 year old friend got prego with twins on her third month of injectables. I still don't know how she did it. I took Clomid for 5 months and it made me fat and seriously bitchy. Injectables should help you to produce many more eggs than clomid which will increase your target zone if you know what I mean. Just make sure you are monitored carefully because at your age you run the risk of triplets or more so long as your eggs are still young like you are. Good luck!
@ Tia thanks it amazes me the possibility of multiples!!! I was taking to df today and asked him how he felt about twins he's fine with that, I'm more do the one that's scared and shocked... I think I'm going to try natural until June and if no luck then I'll try injectables!!
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