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First IUI

Background: I'm 40, unexplained IF - FSH 7.06, AFC 10, Estrogen 23.3 (CD3); DH is 34 and perfect.  Our first child was the product of 3 rounds of Clomid and we got lucky.  We are now trying for #2, started when DD turned 1 and revisited the RE after 4 months of trying.  Have completed 3 rounds of Clomid without success and took a month off to get things in order.

I am CD9 today and did my trigger shot last night.  On Monday (CD7), I had 1 follie at 17mm and my E2 was "good."  I got so caught up in the trigger and IUI details, I forgot to ask the actual number. :(

Can someone tell me what to expect at the IUI?  How about after?  Does anyone know 1st IUI success rates?  I tried google, but not much luck on my research.  Maybe I don't know how to phrase it.  SART was no help, I guess that's just for IVF.

Thanks for any advice.  Good luck to us all! 

Me - 40, DH 34 Married 11 years, TTC since 7/09 3 rounds of Clomid > Vivienne born 5/28/11
TTC#2 since 01/13 - 3 rounds of Clomid, 2 IUI w/injectibles, moving to IVF
IVF #1 - Lupron 20 6/19, Follistim 225 6/21, Menopur 75 6/27, Trigger 6/30
ER 7/2 (8R, 7M, 5F); ET 7/5 - 2 8 cell, grade 1 and 1 7 cell, grade 1 Stick babies, stick!
BFP on HPT at 11dp3dt
Beta #1 13dp3dt 787
Beta #2 17dp3dt 6,007
1st u/s 5w2d showing one "good" sac and 2-3 questionable
2nd u/s 6w2d showing one baby with HR 128bpm
3rd u/s 7w1d - HR 159bpm - graduated from RE!
MaternT21 test results: no chromosomal issues, it's a BOY!!!
EDD March 25, 2014

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Re: First IUI

  • I have done six total IUIs. I had my dd via IUI. It is a very easy procedure and they have you lay down after with your bum raised up for twenty minutes. For us dd was IUI success without meds on the second try. I have done 4 medicated rounds on IUI an

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  • I had my IUI #1 last Thursday and IUI #2 last Friday. It's a quick procedure but it's a little uncomfortable, a little pressure and some light cramping. It's not bad at all. They had me lay down for 10 minutes, I stayed for 15. Good luck!!
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  • success rates depend on your diagnosis.... with unexplained infertility they are usually 15-20% without drugs or with Clomid... the success rate jumps to 25% with injectibles....
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    Me:36 DH:38 TTC#1 since 4/2012
    Me DX: Hashimotos,Hypothyroid, DOR, MTHFR,  DH: normal

     IUI #1-#4 BFNs and a few cancelled cycles in the mix.
    - poor responder
    ***Suprise BFP on 6/13/13. Natural MC @6wks 3days
    IVF#1 and 2- Cancelled due to no response on max stimms
    FET 5/20- BFP
    1st Beta- 641
    2nd beta- 2166
    Sono- TWINS!!!!
    Two Boys! Born January 2015 @36 weeks.  Healthy and no NICU!  So blessed!



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    good luck! 
    Me-41, Hubby-40.
    1st BFP-8/17/12!  Missed Miscarriage discovered @ 8 week US.  D&C.
    2nd BFP-2/13/13!  Blighted Ovum discovered @ 8 week US. Natural miscarriage.
    3rd BFP-5/22/13!  By early June, progesterone plummeting.  Another loss.
    August 2013 - started Donor Egg process, but surprise BFP with my own eggs.
    Dear Son born 5/28/14
  • All depends on your age.  My levels are above average for a woman in her 40's and we were given a 3% chance, and I got pregnant on our very first IUI.  Sadly, I miscarried, but people get pregnant on their first IUI more often than you would thi
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