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    Awww J, you're lovely. I'm not going anywhere!

    I've been given a 20-30% chance of success and Dr said if it didn't happen within 3 cycles she would be very surprised and we would have to move on to IVF/ICSI.

    so I'm trying to look at it in terms of 3 cycles, and not one, and not get too worked up about the first one

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    Good luck Rainbow!!! Fingers crossed it happens within 3 cycles!

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    Good luck Rainbow

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Darling Rainbow, given you are so young and perfect, has the IUI Clinic given you success odds for each cycle, and conselled you about this? I hope so, because if it doesn't work first time, and you go to pieces...we WILL be here for you...but your chances of getting pregnant on your 2nd or 3rd cycle are VERY HIGH. Try to stay calm, and we will be here for you. It may happen first go, but if it doesn't don't push us away...please.
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    Well said J

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    Rainbow - good luck for this cycle...like J said we will be with you for support every step

    Well ive resurfaced after my chem pg last month, finally stopped bleeding & currently on cd9. fx i ov as normal later this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Darling Rainbow, given you are so young and perfect, has the IUI Clinic given you success odds for each cycle, and conselled you about this? I hope so, because if it doesn't work first time, and you go to pieces...we WILL be here for you...but your chances of getting pregnant on your 2nd or 3rd cycle are VERY HIGH. Try to stay calm, and we will be here for you. It may happen first go, but if it doesn't don't push us away...please.
    J xxxx.
    Exactly this. Good luck rainbow fx for you😃

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    There is...it's called an AMH test, and is supposed to reflect how many eggs you have left. However, it is not all that reliable. My OBGYN would not do it, because she believes it causes more stress than useful information. I think she's right in my case. Especially as the value is not always accurate or reproducible! Too stressful. People think of it as the panacea of fertility, but it has been shown to be very unreliable. I would not have it done.
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    Very well said J! Wishing yo so much luck Rainbow!!

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    Good luck rainbow!! Fx


 

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