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Old 02-15-05, 12:49 PM
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Hiya,

I'm sure this question has been asked many times, but was wondering how many DIUI attempts is average? My
 
arrived today, so we start our FET cycle in about 4 weeks time. (embies made with donor sperm) If that fails, we'll be moving onto DIUI, and I was wondering how many tries we should budget for?
Our fertility probs are all male factor, I'm apparently 'text-book' (don't feel that way after 5.5 years ttc!) and they don't expect any problems. I managed to get preg 1st DICI attempt that I got the timing right, but that was with fresh swimmers.

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I think it is around 6, but can happen as fast as the first time or take as many as you'll give it. Good luck with the FET cycles and I hope it works for you!!!!

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They say 6 is the average...for my DIUI BFPs it took 4 tries, then 1 try, then 7 tries. So I hope you have good success quickly...w/ your FET so you will not have to worry!!!
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Our clinic also reported that 80-90% of couples were pg within 6 tries...this was definitely not true in our case!
 
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According to the success graphs, 6 is the magic number, and attempts after 6 have lower success rates. But I would imagine that is 6 attempts after all testing/procedures/meds to optimize the situation. For expample, if you did three attempts and then found that you needed injectibles to correct an ovulation problem, or a lap to remove polyps, I would not count the first three.

It took me 9 attempts total, but I got pg on my second injectibles cycle after a LOT of treatment.

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