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    Default IUI vs IVF?

    We conceived DD after 10 cycles (incl one very early loss on cycle 8)
    We started ttc#2 last year, we conceived after 7 cycles, but sadly this ended in missed m/c at 10wks (was a twin pg, one lost at 7wks, then the second at 10wks). We are currently in our 4th cycle ttc since the loss.
    Ive been doing weekly acupt with herbs since mid june.
    My cycles are 28-29, i ovulate cd15.
    We have our FS appt this week. After all the reading ive done, im a bit worried about the chances of mulitples with IUI, given the fact the our recent loss cycle I took maca root & we conceived multiples.
    Also the chances of pg are higher with IVF, we not too worried about the cost difference as we pretty much will do what ever it takes to get pg again & have a take home baby
    Im feeling / thinking that I want to do one, maybe 2 unmedicated IUI cycles then move into IVF - is this reasonable plan? obviously the FS is the expert so I dont want to go in there thinking something stupid

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    How young are you?

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    Im 31 & hubby is 32. Dd was born in june 2008


 

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