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Old 01-25-05, 07:40 PM
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I can't believe how long it has been since I've been here. My daughter will be 2 on Feb5, and I'm ready to try for baby #2. I got pregnant with my daughter on my 4th try doing DIUI. I tried clomid the first three tries, then did a natural cycle with a hcg trigger done 24hrs before IUI. That time it worked. My dilema now is, my doctor is no longer working so I'm dealing with a new doctor that has a different protocol. She wants me to do the hcg trigger 36 hrs. before IUI. I'm nervous that it will be to late. I'm supposed to give myself the shot tonight, then have IUI on Thursday morning. I don't know if I should go with my new doctors plan, 36hrs before, or wait until tomorrow morning, 24 hrs before. Isn't it better to be a little early than to be to late? Help! Any advice?

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Old 01-25-05, 08:14 PM
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I think it might be too late too - I would ask that the trigger be 24 hours pre-IUI if I were you. I hope you get pg soon! Welcome back!
 
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Old 01-25-05, 09:24 PM
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Hoping success finds you quickly this time round. We also were successful always using a 24hr DIUI after trigger...alot in the US seem to use the 36hr mark though...go with your gut..if you are giving it yourself you can adjust as needed within a couple hours!

 
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Old 01-26-05, 10:38 AM
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GOOD LUCK with TTC #2!

I had done double IUI's at 24 and 48 hours post-trigger for months, and finally switched to 13 & 36 hours the month that I got pg. I would recommend doing whatever worked for you last time - everyone is different.
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I have done both. I just got pg doing a single IUI 36 hrs post trigger. But the kicker was I triggered on cd12, before I had even started surging on my own, and did the insem on cd14. For me the 36 hours worked. My last 2 pgs I bracketed and did 12/36 hours post-trigger. Anyway good luck!
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