My husband and I having been trying to get pregnant for 2 years. We have had 2 unsucessful IUI with clomid. This month will be our first IUI with injections. This last week has been a rollercoaster. The injections are not bad, my husband does a great job. I had a second HSG on Wed from the first they question if my right tube was blocked. On Wed we found out it is blocked. I was pretty upset, the whole thing was overwhelming. My first HSG was horrible so I was so scared to do it again, but I will do anything to have a baby. The second HSG was much better they numbed my cervix. Still it has been a emotional rollercoaster. On Firday I had my second ultrasound to find out how many follices. I had 2 mature on my right side which does not matter because the tube is blocked. And 1 on my left they wanted me to do one more day of shots just to mature the left a little more. So on Monday we go for our IUI. When we first started this I had a really good feeling this is the time, now I am not so sure I am trying to stay postive it is hard with all the extra baggage.... It is all worth it to have a little one. Tahnks for listening, has anyone had luck with IUI and injections?
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