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    Default How many cycles/rounds did it take you to fall pregnant?

    I know we're all different, and I cant compare one persons experience to anothers.... My partner and I are starting the process for IUI (assuming the FS thinks that where we should start). We assume two rounds IUI, on to IVF after that point- and just wondering how many cycles did you and/or your partner do before falling pregnant?
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    We were lucky and got it first go doing IUI. I'm now 13 weeks

    Didn't use any drugs as my AMH levels were high and FS said because I'm young and healthy and no known problems I could give it a go without. We just used a trigger shot to make sure ovulation occurred (which I knew it did because I was so regular anyway).


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    Hi

    Our TTC journey:

    3 x failed IUI's

    2 x IVF ICSI
    1 - early miscarriage
    2 - now 30.5 weeks pregnant with lil boy

    All cycles including IUI's I was on injections. My last IVF cycle that I fell pregnant on, I was up to 4 injections per night. not good for some one petrified of needles lol I've gotten better though since this whole experience! Although I did put off my Gestational Diabetes blood test for 5 weeks recently haha

    I have PCOS. So I needed FSH (higher dosage) to get things happening. Otherwise my body wouldn't get eggs ready.

    We wanted to do IVF straight away, but clinic rules is 3 IUI attempts before moving into IVF.

    Good luck!!!

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    Hi I was 26 when I had one round of IVF ISCI,
    Which resulted in one negative fresh transfer - immediate so stimulated I guess,
    2 negative frozen transfers - unstimulated
    And 1 positive frozen transfer - slightly stimulated, I am now in my 20th week or pregnancy
    Every single day/week/month feels like forever when you are trying so hard. But when you do get that positive it's so obviously worth it. Best of luck to you xxx

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    I have pcos and all my cycles had needles I was 29 when started.... 9 collections all up to get our two little people here.... Our daughter 6 years worth.... Our son 2 months.... The rest is in my signature....


    Just oust remember good things do come to those who wait. Good luck .

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    I have had 3 failed iui
    Will be starting ivf in March


 

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