It definately does seem like everyone on this board and other blog sites are able to give more info than my speacialists lol. If I have a question I go online I don't call. Doc hands you another new drug and sends you on your way, I am often left with why? or how long? or what is this?. This is most definately the right place to get information and support.View Thread
My husband and I have been TTC for 4 years now, over a year with medical intervention. All our issues are on my end. I don't ovulate on my own and have had issues with ovarian cysts. I started on clomid which never worked on its own for me now I am on a combination of clomid, trigger shot followed by endometrin. I feels like im on a constant rollercoaster, I get my hopes up each month on to be let down again. I have done treatmenst involving trigger shot for two months now, I know it takes time but I was just curious if anyone knows how many attempts someone generally takes when using the trigger shots and timed intercourse before moving on to the next step. I am just wondering how long I should expect it to take. It's different for everyone but if anyone has some stories or insight into this I would appreciate it. I am constantly on some type of medication that either makes me exhausted, in pain or fat and I just want to know that it will all be worth it, not that I really have any other choice.View Thread
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