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Thursday, March 6th 2008, 10:25pm

How many iui /diui before bfp

Hi I was wondering how many cycles of iui/diui it took to get your bfp's and if anyone has had success on a natural cycle?

Im away to start bloods on monday for my 6th and final natural cycle and aint holding out much hope of it working so any positive outcome would be a great help thanks x


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Friday, March 7th 2008, 3:27pm

Mine took 5 completed cycles but mine were medicated


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Friday, March 7th 2008, 7:56pm

Hi there

I got BFP with my first IUI but I also used Clomid.

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Saturday, March 8th 2008, 12:43pm

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Saturday, March 8th 2008, 4:19pm

Where are you having your treatment Milner?


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Saturday, March 8th 2008, 5:20pm

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Originally posted by Glitzy
Where are you having your treatment Milner?


Aberdeen Fertiltiy Clinic Just now, We have been looking into other clinics though, Where did you have yours?


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Saturday, March 8th 2008, 5:24pm

We had treatment at Ninewells in Dundee. Am currently considering IUI there hence the reason I am lurking on this section trying to learn a little more. I hear the Aberdeen Fertility Clinis is very good. How are you coping with everything? x


5 x ICSI b.f.n
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Saturday, March 8th 2008, 6:03pm

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Originally posted by Glitzy
We had treatment at Ninewells in Dundee. Am currently considering IUI there hence the reason I am lurking on this section trying to learn a little more. I hear the Aberdeen Fertility Clinis is very good. How are you coping with everything? x


Ninewells alot of aberdeens IVF patients got transferred there when aberdeens ivf bit was getting redecorated.

I like the the nurses and our main con (Mr Hamilton) is realy nice. I dont like the conflicting information i get from them though. Its busy but not so busy that they have to rush through everything. Because im younger there taking there time with me in regards to drugs and stuff which is frustrating as hell but its the nhs were on so it would most likely different if we were going private. The realy bad thing about my clinic for us is there conflicitng information and the fact that my age comes into it with regard to treatment so much.

http://www.aberdeenfertility.org.uk/ thats their website

http://guide.hfea.gov.uk/guide/Clinic.aspx?cliniccode=0019 - their latest statistics published.

Ive got a full price list here that i can scan if you want it

What was Ninewells like we looked into there but there success rates are much the same as aberdeens just a little bit higher x


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Saturday, March 8th 2008, 6:35pm

RE: How many iui /diui before bfp

Hi Milner,

Sorry, can't answer your question, just wanted to wish you luck with your next treatment.

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Saturday, March 8th 2008, 6:43pm

RE: How many iui /diui before bfp

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Hi Milner,

Sorry, can't answer your question, just wanted to wish you luck with your next treatment.

xxxx


Thank you Gracie goodluck for your iui appointment aswell I hope it works first time for you x


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