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U/s and b/w 2,340.. It's "go" time!

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Old 08-12-08, 12:27 PM
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Default U/s and b/w 2,340.. It's "go" time!

Ok, not really but it seems like it. Today went much better. I told the b/w lady that I would wait as long as I had to to get the good tech.
I have 1 18x18 follie, and one 18x20, both of which are considered mature. Then I have two others, which are in the 14 range. The u/s tech said that the 2 bigger ones were the best options and that was a good number.
The nurse (who has a below average bedside manner I've decided) said that while the 2 mature ones were great, that the smaller ones were capable of having mature eggs and I could possobly still ovulate 4 eggs. D@MMIT!

But I asked her if this is a typical cycle of injectibles type scan, and she said yes-- it's very good. So... I'm going to forge ahead with the IUI. I keep trying to remind myself... the success rate of the whole procedure is less than 20% I believe. Of those, the chance of having a singleton pregnancy is 80%. The chance of having twins is 15%, and the chance of higher order multiples is 5%. So really.... it's not that big of a chance, but I am feeling the pressure.... a lot.
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Good luck! Sounds really promising!
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4 is a perfect number, Don't be scared. I have done cycles with 6. Sounds great. My DR always said 500 per follicle, so sounds like your levels are right for 4 follicles.
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Oh.. I just made that number up for fun. Welcome, by the way.
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Thanks, sounds sick I know but I am excited to be back in this TTC game.

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