No, we don't have any fertility coverage through our insurance. It really stinks. We have some money saved up but it's not lots. I don't know how my DH would feel about taking out a loan. Did you have your IUI already?View Thread
The only test I had done was by my OBGYN to see if I was ovulating or not, which I was. But, I was put on clomid anyway and I did the day 21 bloodwork (which all came back good). That's all that I have had done so far. The HSG costs $1200.00 so I don't really want to do it!View Thread
It went good! They recommeded that we try to do an IUI. But, we won't be able to until my March cycle which will be at the end of the month. Got a question for you, did you have an HSG done? The RE said that I could have one done if I wanted to but it wasn't required. Just wondering what I should do.View Thread
Thanks for the information! No, he is not on any prescription medications and he makes sure to not put his laptop on his lap. We have been referred to an RE. Our first appointment is next Thursday. Would you suggest that he visits a urologist also?View Thread
Hi! My DH was diagnosed with low motility. He already takes daily vitamins and eats rightl. Is there anything else that can help? We were told that the only way we could conceive is by insemenation. We see an RE here in a couple weeks. Any advice is welcome! Thank you!View Thread
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