But most clinics try to limit multiples of triplets or more since they are a higher risk pregnancy and usually have more complications. What Is Included Single vs. I hope your IUI works. This helps your uterine lining to be nice and thick, giving a fertilized egg something to "latch" onto. Really want to try to go for an 'in body" conception if possible.
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RE said 7 or higher was optimal. With my first round of injections, I was less hormonal yeah! I also noticed my cervical mucus was TONS better. At least you'll feel better that something is progressing! For more info, check out this article http: Thank you, your response was very informative When I did the rounds of clomid I did notice that my cycles were shorter and I had hostile cervical mucus. I think I will ask my RE to skip the rounds of clomid. When you did the IUI with clomid did they give you a trigger shot?
The doc felt that timing could have been an issue with ovulation and IC since all other reasons for IF had been ruled out. The shot isn't difficult to administer, and I didn't notice any side effects with it, although everyone is different and may react differently. I had tried using OPK but never got a positive for ovulation.
While the clomid did produce nice follicles every cycle, the goal for using injections is usually follicles before triggering ovulation. So that's also something to think about before proceeding to injections. There's a higher chance for multiples, but that didn't matter to me. If I could have twins or triplets and be done, that'd be great! But most clinics try to limit multiples of triplets or more since they are a higher risk pregnancy and usually have more complications. I'm fairly new to this process, but I've learned a lot.
My number one advice is ask LOTS of questions to people who've been thru the process as well as the doctors. The clinic I go to is very friendly and never gets bothered by my need for understanding of this whole thing and what the heck they're testing me so often. Hope everything goes well! I am also not a doc, but I say it depends on what your IF issue is. Typically, Clomid works best for women who do not ovulate on a regular basis. An example of this would be a woman with PCOS. If you ovulate regularly, Clomid will probably not help you much.
Injectables would be a better option if you have a regular cycle. I can only say from my personal experience I would chose injectables over clomid anyday! I went I think rounds of clomid with IUI with many many follicles each time, but no success. I also had many cancelled cycles and felt very unpredictable. I got pregnant the first time with injectables and IUI, unfortunately, we lost that baby, but when we tried again, we decided to do one more cycle with injectables and IUI and are currently 13wks pregnant with twins.
So from my experience, they monitor you much more closely with injectables and I only had the best success! Best of luck to you! I'm sorry, this may sound stupid but.. We have gone 2 rounds with clomid and have had no success. Our IF is MF, ovulating is not the problem.. I have already planned on calling my RE on Monday to talk to him about what changes we can make to make 3 have a better outcome so I am curious about what injectables you are talking about.
Hi CGwife10, There are no stupid questions here. Injections are synthetic FSH follicle stimulating hormone given to produce a greater of follicles. Thinking about fertility treatment? Find out which is the best option for you. I am 40, been TTC number 3 for 18 months, no BFP ever, lots of investigations and all fine so clearly age is the problem. We've tried 3 unmedicated IUIs and 2 with clomid plus trigger, none of which worked so we are planning to move onto IVF in the next few months.
Just wondering why our consultant hasn't suggested IUI with injectables as the success rates seem higher than IUI with clomid. Really want to try to go for an 'in body" conception if possible. I'll be able to answer that for you in a week.. Some days I feel positive and other days I'm sure it didn't work. Success rates are still quite low. I did I had to convert it to ivf as I grew too many eggs as I have pcos but that's another story.
But if clomid works for you, injectables don't give you anything extra. As in, if clomid is allowing you to ovulate and release eggs, injectables don't get you any further along from that. They don't magically help your body select better quality eggs, for example. What were you hoping to achieve by using them? I've done 3 rounds plus one abandoned but wasn't successful, in my late 30's with PCOS.
I went on to IVF which was successful and less stressful. I ovulate already so was only doing this to get extra eggs and, hopefully, increased chances. I thought the success rates with injectables was higher than with clomid, possibly as you get more eggs and better quality though not sure how true this is. We were proposing to do IVF in June anyway but thinking of doing this as last ditch attempt before we do IVF to avoid wasting time and, for us, IVF is very much a last resort and one we would really like to avoid if at all possilbe.
Just wondering if trying with injectables is a big waste of money given that we tried clomid twice with no luck. Guessing though if you get a good egg then it could work. With IUI the aim is to get one or two good eggs, and sperm too them at he right time, any more than 1 or 2 risk of multiple pregnancy becomes too great. In the cycle which I had abandoned I had something ridiculous like 14 eggs on one side and 17 on the other.
But they will abandon the cycle at more than 3 eggs or convert to IVF. They reduced my drugs for the next two cycles. I should also warn of OHSS ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome. I'm guessing those are amongst the reasons the consultant hasn't suggested injectables. I injected from day 2 to 9 so 7 injections in total. In my first round I got one follicle of 23mm which I now suspect was a tad too big and it should have been cancelled. On this cycle I had the same number of injections at the same dosage and got 4 follicles!
No explanation as to why, they said every cycle is different. I had two 17mm, a 16 and a They aspirated the 14 and I'm due to test next Monday. My husband and I are discussing what to do if this round fails- whether to try once more or save our money for IVF. You shouldn't be using clomid to get extra eggs! If they all fertilise you'll end up with triplets or quads - dangerous for you and the babies. Most reputable clinics will cancel or convert the cycle if you have more than 3 eggs on the scan are you being monitored on clomid?
I had mine converted to ivf and ended up with 37 eggs with very little upping of the dose - injectibles can be like a rocket ship if you're prone to overstimulation. But if you're already ovulating there is zero point in doing an injectibles round. FYI the drugs they use for ivf are exactly the same as injectables - just higher dose. Just to say I already ovulate on my own too.
And they didn't have to cancel when I had more than 2 eggs, they aspirated two. As I understood it, both clomid and injectable are sometimes used, even when you ovulate, to increase chances of conception more eggs, more chances! With injectables, I didn't think there would be a risk of hyperstimulation as I would be on a low dose as we are aiming for eggs. Consultant said that we could go ahead with all 4 if mature and in the unlikely event that all 4 were fertilised then we could do "follicular reduction" which sounds worryingly close to abortion so not sure I am comfortable.
Question is whether if it worth it - based on this thread it seems that there isn't much differnece to IUI with clomid. First time we did it I got 2 follicles of 23mm - still BFN. Next time 1 follicle of 30mm way too big and 2 smaller ones - BFN again. Just got the feeling that it mucked my system up and worsened our chances. Whereland, your treatment sounds similar to what my consultant is proposing.
Just aiming for slighly more than what clomid would give. Sounds silly but, if egg quality is the issue which it is for us , why take the eggs out of the body when they can fertilise inside, aside from the risk of muliples? I may be wrong but find it hard to believe we would get more than 1 good egg out of 3 or 4.