I haven't had an IUI yet... We were going to this cycle, but I Od before I was supposed to... We didn't have a chance to trigger or do the procedure DH and I haad a last chance BD that night, but I'm not really hopeful... But I have my fingers crossed for the next time... Also DH is rather upset, and wants to "have a talk" with my RE... We are just frustrated all the way around!View Thread
HPT= Home Pregnancy Test DH=Dear Husband IUI=intrauterine insemination, artificial insemination HSG=hysterosalpingogram (HSG) is an X-ray test that examines the inside of uterus and fallopian tubes and the surrounding area. Trigs=Triggers usually emotional ones... BCP=Birth Control Pills DPO=Days Past Ovulation BFP=Big Fat Positive AF=Aunt Flow aka period CD=Cycle Day
Welcome back... We all feel that way at some point. I agree that you are on the right track moving ahead to see the RE, and it will help to have a plan. DH and I just went through what was supposed to be our first IUI, but I O'd before we could do it But I was talking with my pastor's wife (who went through the IF journey) and she said, "We go through this so that God's light shines through the miracle of birth and being a mommy, and then there's no doubt who the miracle is from."View Thread
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