I’m sorry that your IUI didn’t work. Unfortunately, like Poenym said, they don’t always work; there really are no good solid statistics for IUI success ratios, but supposedly they give a lot of infertile couples the same chance at pregnancy as most fertile couples, and that’s still really only about 20% per month (which is why there’s a recommended 6-12 month period of ‘really trying’ that people are supposed to go through before seeking medical intervention.)
It’s hard, I know, especially after all of the time and effort and money that go into these processes. It’s easy to get your hopes up, especially when there are (lots of!) people who manage to be successful the first time. All you are really left with is a lot of disappointment. But it’s not because you did something wrong, or because your doctor did something wrong, it just means that for whatever reason, that month’s combination of ingredients didn’t work together.[/QUOTE]
I am also diagnosis with lean PCOS. I really dont know when i was 16 but after marriage when i did my blood test everything is normal except testosterone is slightly high and RE said you have PCOS.
I am TTC last 2 years and this is really hard time for me…please suggest something.
Hey are you located in NEW JERSEY ?