I am currently in my 2ww and so that I dont get my hopes way too high Im thinking about options if this ends with a BFN. Of course Im praying for a BFP but if this isnt our month (again) Im not sure how I want to proceed. In May I had an early miscarriage (aka chemical pregnancy). When I went in for my 3rd IUI I asked my doctor about options if this doesnt work and he said that normally after any pregnancy they try 3 more times with the same meds (Femara and Ovidrel for me). First of all, I was shocked he even admitted I was pregnant because when it happened he just blew it off and kept calling it a chemical. Then in the same breath he says or you could switch to injectables they are much more effective. I thought to myselfif they are much more effective why are we wasting precious time with this other stuff?! His reasoning is that they are more expensive. Well, IUIs cost us about $350 (including meds) each month and I know thats nothing compared to more complex treatments, but it adds up!! Id rather pay more for injectables and have it work sooner! Sorry if this is rambling.Im basically looking for advice for anyone whose used injectables and IUIs. Would you recommend trying again with the Femara or swiching to something stronger?
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