This is the first time I have posted something but I have been on this site before and it has helped me when I was tcc so I wanted to share my story with you.
We have been been ttc for 2 years and I was diagnosed with anovulation because I had irregular periods. My DH also had low motility and morphology as well.
So for my DH he cut down on his alcohol and caffeine, and started to take wellman conception, wear loose underwear, no hot baths etc. His sperm became normal after 2 months (the tests confirmed this).
I started on 50mg clomid and this did not work so my dosage was upped to 100mg. The scans detected I was ovulating but we were not getting pregnant even though we were having sex very regularly. This was very frustrating and upsetting.
Our friends told us that they used a home insemination kit and was successful (where DH would deposit his specimen in pot and then inset it with a syringe). We were so desperate to get pregnant, we decided to give this a go. We started on CD9 every other day and then when I was ovulating we did this everyday for 4 days, then continued every other day until CD25. I used the one step ovulation test to test ovulation and sasmar conceive plus for extra lub. I am now pregnant
We could not believe that it's worked, so I would recommend anyone to try this if you don't mind how you conceive your child.
Thankyou so much for sharing your story. My partner and i have been TTC for 5 months now and Polycystic ovaries seem to be the problem. We are on our first round of medication and i just finished the 12 days on Primolut N and am waiting for AF to arrive so i can start Clomid. There is nothing my partner and i want more then a baby and i am hoping and praying for a positive result
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