Hi ladies! So, my partner and I were absolutely devastated after our recent 3rd failed IUI. We are prepping for our 4th IUI now (and our last before we switch to IVF). For some background info, we've had a couple of at-home ICIs with donor sperm, one natural IUI, and 2 medicated IUIs (one with clomid and one with femara). To be fair, I'm pretty sure our ICIs were not timed correctly, so I don't really count those. I've had a lot of testing done (including an HSG in August) and there seems to be no reason I haven't conceived yet. We are doubling our dose of clomid this time because I responded much better to clomid than femara. The main thing I think is impairing my ability to get pregnant is stress to be honest. I find myself absolutely obsessed with it every month, worrying about finances in case my cycle doesn't work, symptom-spotting, and I ultimately just fixate on it. I'm a scientist and I understand how bad stress is for many physiological functions, including the reproductive system. Does anybody have any suggestions for going more with the flow during these cycles? How can I stop obsessing and putting so much pressure on myself to get pregnant? Right now, I'm doing things that bring me joy (hiking more, exercising, reading, etc), and doing some guided meditations. I've noticed my eye has already stopped twitching (it has been twitching nonstop for over a month!), so I know it's helping. I just need to stay on track so I can increase my chances for success during this upcoming cycle. Any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!