I am 38 years old and single. I decided that I don't have time to wait to see if Mr. Right comes in to my life so I decided to go ahead with insemination using donor sperm. I saw the fertility doctor and he did not have promising news. Turns out that a medication I had been on has the potential to destroy ovarian reserves.
I had an HSG, antricular follicle count, and a bunch of blood work and then I waited patiently for my follow-up appointment (he would not tell me anything before the follow-up) which was today. The news was good. I have eggs!! I am expecting AF next week at which time I will start on Chlomid 100mg CD 2-6. I with then go for daily transvaginal ultrasounds until those follicles look ripe and then hcg trigger. Good news, I already asked they work on weekends if the timing so requires. I will have my first IUI in January! I am excited and nervous all at the same time!!
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