Does that stand for British Columbia? Just wondering cause I’m Canadian, and the cost of medications is VERY different in Canada.
I have done quite a few non-injectable IUI’s, and just did my first set of injectables two months ago. I got pregnant, mind you it was a chemical pregnancy and didn’t last long, but it worked!
I don’t know why I was so hesitant to use the injectables, they really didn’t hurt to put it, it’s really more psychological then painful (in my opinion).
I was using clomid 50 & 100, and I would produce 1-2 good eggs, I used letrozol and had the same results. When I started the injectables with letrozol, I got 3 good sized eggs.
For the one Gonal F pen that takes me though one cycle, I pay $525.00 (Again this is in Canada, no idea how much things cost elsewhere)
Hope this helps! Good luck.
P.S. My trick for injecting…I take a deep breathe in, and as I slowly exhale I stick myself It’s keeps your mind on breathing and not the needle.[/quote]
@Kika , no i am in US not in Canada. So is it a good idea to go for injectibles. Does it make any difference from clomid??