Hello, I need your advice ladies, I have been trying to get pregnant for my husband ever since I lost our naturally concieved twins at 43, 3 years ago. Last month I did not even have my period the first time in all my life. I figured I was in Menopause and my doctor did a FSH and it was 7. Yesterday he gave me an ultrasound and I had 3 follicues on my left ovary measuring 19mm, 18mm, and 19mm on the right there was one measuring 16mm. Now I promise you this is an un-medicated totally natural cycle. The doctor then gave me a shot of HCG Trigger pregnyl and told me to have sex tonight which I did. Have you all every heard of someone have almost 4 mature follicules without meds? What does it mean? and do you think I have a chance to get pregnant this month? I did the BD with preseed and will do it again in 12 hours.
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05-07-2009, 11:35 AM #1Karen974Registered Userhas no status.
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4 Follicules naturally at 46 any chance?
05-07-2009, 03:58 PM #2
I'm so sorry for your loss. Over 40 our cycles can do some odd things. My fsh is just over 6 and I just turned 43. I lost a set of twins 2 years ago on an IUI cycle and haven't been able to conceive again. Besides AMA I have immune factors. Cross your fingers. You definitely have a chance!
05-24-2009, 11:25 PM #3DanasingleRegistered User Over 5,000 Posthas no status.
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You have four chances.
You may want to consider asking if you can take prometrium vaginally for extra support.
I was 44.5 when I last m/c'd and wish I had been taking it. It might not have made a difference, but I would not have been second-guessing myself. I kept ttc with ART until 45.5 and some of the research with successful pregnancies took PIO shots or prometrium vaginally.
06-06-2009, 05:48 AM #4slewRegistered Userhas no status.
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Karen -- I would love to hear how you are doing? I hope well!
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