[QUOTE=MegNDrew]Oh no! I hope that you heal up soon! But, having a cruise to look forward to is nice!!! Where are you going?
The nearest fertility clinic is an hour and a half away from where we live. It also is quite a bit more expensive. Our insurance does not cover anything. My OB/GYN wants us to try four IUIs in his office. If those don’t work, then he will refer us to the fertility clinic. My husband has poor swimmers (due to a problem he had as a child, he has always known he may have trouble with fertility), but as far as my doc can tell without further testing, I am okay. In fact, we’ve tried the natural way for six months and each cycle I did get a positive on an OPK. I just failed to get one the first cycle we were going to try an IUI. So, hopefully it is just a “fluke.” If it happens again, I’m definitely asking to at least try Clomid.[/QUOTE]
I’m feeling a bit better and being discharged today.
Well I’m gonna give you some food for thought. Long and/or irregular periods can be a sign of PCOS. In which case you could be getting a + OPK here and there but the eggs may not be mature. At 30 have you ever been pregnant. Have you had unprotected sex with other men who may not have had fertility issues. If so and you’ve never been pregnant then there is likely something going on with you too. I wouldn’t invest too much more money without having it checked out. PCOS is fairly easy to diagnose…just need an ultrasound. But unless you’ve been a good little girl or very consistent with birth control, I would definately be concerned that there may be something off. I’ve had long and irregular periods my whole life. I’ve been pregnant twice naturally…one ended in mc and the other gave me my 4 yr old DD. but I’ve been diagnosed with PCOS and it is giving me serious trouble with TTC. Just food for thought. I wish you luck! :babydust: And :bsv: