Re: Endo+Low Count=IUIs ever helped you?

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Posted by JenniferB on April 27, 19100 at 14:26:43:

In Reply to: Re: Endo+Low Count=IUIs ever helped you? posted by Lisa on April 27, 19100 at 12:42:47:

: Hi Jennifer,

: Even though you have endo, and it could perhaps work with IUI, you also mentioned that you husband has a low cound. My husband's urologist says it's only worth doing an IUI if there is at least 5 mill count--and that sd be good sample with motility and morph. Depending on your husband's count you may want to consider IVF or IVF ICSI. I know a girl who has severe endo--T shaped uterus because of DES (no problem with husband), and is pregnant now with her first try (she's in mid-30s). Of course, age is another factor for a woman. How old are you?

: Good luck.
: Lisa

Thanks, Lisa. It's good to hear of successes. I'm 34, and although my husband's count was low, it was at least 10 mill the second time, 16 mil the first insemination. And this was our 3rd attempt, unfortunately.

We may try IVF soon because I'd rather spend $$ on something with a higher chance of success.

Take care,

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