I went to a class at my local RE’s office a while back and thought I would share the good information I got with you.
They said “other” is things like rare genetic issues.
The Fertility Work up is the first things that your RE will check.
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Sperm is not created equal, there is a lot to know about it. The good news is there are many options available these days.
Is male factor infertility something you deal with? I’m just curious…when your husband went to get tested how long did it take for him to actually give a sample? 2 days or 2 years? I know it is a sensitive subject for most men. It took my husband over a year.
I think it is truly amazing the options we have these days for male factor infertility.
Eggs are a crazy subject. Can you believe you are born with all your eggs?
The picture on the right is bad tubes that will likely need to be removed and the one on the left are healthy and happy tubes.
I have had to have two laparoscopic surgeries for endometriosis; one they used a laser and the other they cut it out. I recovered much faster from the laser surgery. For more about my experience with endometriosis click here. What experiences have you had?
Okay who’s jaw just dropped? No one told me that IUI would only increase my chances of becoming pregnant by “2%-10% in most cases”.
And this is why I had such a hard time turning 35 this year!
For more information on Clomid click here.
The other factors… Sometimes they feel like the biggest factors.
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