Hi Moe! I am still taking time off! I had surgery for polyps on Jan. 16th and go for my follow up Feb. 1st. At that appointment we will talk about the next step. I am assuming it will be IVF, but at this point not for sure. After the appointment I will come back and let you know for sure the next step.
I wish I could give more of an update, but it really has been nice to not have constant doctor appointments and meds to take.
How is everything with you? Your pregnancy still going well?
Me 36, DH 37, 3 rounds clomid (9/11, 10/11, 11/11),IUI1 12/14/11,IUI2 1/10/12,IUI3 2/9,RE March 21st, LAP surgery 3/28
I had polyps removed, too! Twice, actually. Mine were uterine polyps. My doctor removed them once, we did an unsuccessful IUI, then tried again, but the polyps came back. After that, my RE said that we needed to to IVF before the polyps came back again. It's exciting that you're moving on to IVF. I was really scared of doing it, but it wasn't nearly as bad as I'd imagined. My shots weren't that bad and my egg retrieval was painless.
Keep us posted!
Me:35, DH:35, TTC 2 1/2 years, IVF 1: Twins due in June!!!
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