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Old 11-05-08, 08:30 PM
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Hi everyone! I'm Kaitlyn and I am new on here.
Hubby and I were ttc 3 years and 6 months before we found out he is unable to reproduce. We have been using donor sperm, October was our 2nd month.
I was just wondering how long does it usually take to get pregnant? I have never been pregnant, and I've never really had the chance to be, well before now.
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Old 11-06-08, 05:05 PM
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Hello Kaitlyn,
My husband has unexplained infertility so we tried
treatments with the doctor for two years. We have been trying fresh sperm from a known donor for three months. I just found out yesterday that I'm pregnant. So I think you may have a good chance at it. Good luck! Stay positive.
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Old 11-09-08, 01:59 AM
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Welcome and good luck. It is so random and individual for everyone. It could be 1 cycle or 100 cycles. Not to be a downer, but there isn't any guarantee. If that is your only issue then there shouldn't be any problems. With "normal" couples, there is a 20% chance each cycle...so doing IUI's definitely increases the %.
 
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Old 11-29-08, 06:39 PM
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The chances are % each cycle so sorry Can't help much

For our 1st it worked on the 2nd try. We tried for 6 tries in the middle and then took a break. For DS is also worked on 2nd month of trying.

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