Ok, so I have pcos/endometriosis and one blocked fallopian tube. I had two iui both no success. Now, the doctor moved me on to lupron for 3months i finish that cycle and starting menopur right away with 6powders a day. Did anyone have success if going through my situation? I am getting depressed I have been trying to concieve with specialist help for 3yrs and no luck. I have been married for 15yrs.
hello. sorry for your issues. obviously this may be a stupid question but has your doctor attempted to unblock you tube? how does your other ovary function?
i had a partially blocked tube which they unblocked luckily whilepushing the dye to see if it was blocked lol. not funny but we must find the irony in things right. i also have a good left ovary and only a partial right ovary. half was removed a couple laps back due to a large endometrioma that engulfed it.
i know it can get stressful with these things but endo does not mean you can't get pregnant. like you iwas at what i thought was the end of my rope but we just kept pushing alon and finally after 5 yeaers of trying my prayers were answered and i got my beautiful son. now i hope you don't have to try that long. i am not sure what all you tried. did you take something like clomid with your iui's have yall looked into getting you DH tested? etc.
i would love to help more but if anything know it is possible
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