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    maragayle posted:
    My RE's office is offering a clinical study right now that adds an oral drug to Clomid. They pay for your medication, blood work, trigger shot, ultrasounds AND IUI if you participate in the study. Woah! Unfortunately, the age range was 25-40, so I didn't qualify, but it's worth looking into for those of you who don't have a ton of money to sink into TTC and are willing to do a trial. The RE's office gave me the following site. You can search "infertility" or one of your diagnoses and it brings up trials that may be a match. Food for thought, anyway.

    http://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/home
    Me 23, DH 25, TTC 2 years,8 rounds Clomid, round four 7.5mg Femara this cycle, test 8/27
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