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04-11-2017, 10:12 AM #61JamieORRegistered Userhas no status.
Me: 41, DH: 42.
Tubal factor and POF (AMH .33).
IVF #1, #2: BFN.
FET #1: chemical.
9/02. Surgery to remove hydrosalpinx.
IVF #3: BFN.
FET #2: BFP
IVF #4 BFP B/G Twins!.
IVF #5 DE April/May 2017
04-15-2017, 07:14 PM #62ecogrrlRegistered User6th & final round of DEIVF (post-ERA!) coming soon
Just a heads-up post transfer (today is 1dp5dt) that it was completely smooth sailing with Demerol - not only did it relax me more than Valium, it relaxed me so much that for the first time in 8 procedures (5 DEIVF, 2 biopsies, and 2 past IUIs before all that), I did *not* need my cervix to be manually dilated!!! I was so chill, just a bit dizzy getting up off the table, but otherwise totally fine, no napping afterwards, no nausea, nothing - just drove home (well, husband drove) and watched a movie with and walked around the garden in the sunshine. All good, no regrets, and very glad I wasn't anesthetized for the transfer.
HIGHLY recommend Demerol for anyone who has to get manually dilated due to a small cervix - it was the world's fastest embryo transfer, I swear
Also brought in a blanket to put over the non-needled parts of me during the pre/post acupuncture at the fertility clinic, and put Chopin's Nocturnes on the iPod and turned out the lights in the room to totally zone out before - nice way to do our final attempt at DEIVF
04-18-2017, 08:36 AM #63
I should be starting a new IUI cycle sometime this week. This go around my Dr is doubling my Clomid to 100 and adding injectibles and progestersone. Has anyone had goodluck with this combination? This will be my first cycle like this, before I was just on 50 Clomid.
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