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  • osrasi osrasi's Avatar 04-07-08 | 01:38 AM
  • I went in 24 hours after and was successful. Good Luck !!
  • baby hungry 04-07-08 | 02:06 AM
  • I think you should wait and see how big your follie is Monday before deciding. Depending on the size can help you decide when to do the trigger/IUI.

    Wishing you the best!
  • Dopey406 Dopey406's Avatar 04-07-08 | 03:26 PM
  • Thanks, Susanne.

    Today's follies were 21, 18, 17, 17, 17, 15, 14. So we're waiting until tomorrow night to trigger to give that 18 and the 17s a chance to get a bit bigger. Then I'll go in on Thursday morning for the IUI.

    I'm getting a little nervous that this is actually happening...
  • savannah33 savannah33's Avatar 04-07-08 | 03:38 PM


    I missed the post somewhere that you'd decided to do this. I thought Andy wasn't for it.

    Anyway I'm excited for you. Best of luck!

    I have a question can you still BD even though you're going to do the IUI. What if that 21 pops tonight or something and then the others start shrinking?
  • tammiane tammiane's Avatar 04-07-08 | 03:46 PM
  • Wow, Deanna...if that were me, I'd be getting a bit nervous about multiples.
    I was always triggered at 18mm because I always O'd right after they hit to see 5 at 17mm and over is crazy! AND great! Your chances look very good this month, I'd say!

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