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I have been lurking, but haven't written in a while. Soooooooo.......
Today I went for my first IUI, natural cycle. It went pretty well. Proud of myself. Most of all, I am proud of my hubby's swimmers.
Poor thing was so scared when he gave up his sample. Motility 98% and progression 4. So of the 98% that were awake all of them were moving upward. We laughed about the 2% who apparently did not get the memo to wake up early!!! He promised he would wake all of them up tomorrow when we go for our second IUI since my follicle hasn't collapsed. Follicle is HUGE at 23cm.
I am sure that if all the swimmers are up and alert, the eggie should not be difficult to see.....I mean that egg should be pretty big.....
The second IUI didn't pan out because of a few reasons: 1. It was up to us if we wanted to come back the next day. We would not have a sonogram, just the IUI. We were going to do this, but .... 2. I ovulated about 4 hours after the 1st IUI. I was scheduled for another IUI 16 hours later which would have put us well near the 24 hour mark for egg viability ( getting called + sample making + sample washing + waiting for a room + identifying sample + insertion prep = 2 more hours..... so we decided to save the $$$ just in case we need another IUI cycle.
Doc said egg would be viable 12-24 hours. Definitely 12 hours. The longer it takes to romance the egg the less viable the egg.
We figured that we had over 25million troops on the job waiting for the egg. Of those, at least 10 million would see the egg. I figured if we added more so late, it would not up our chances that close to the egg not being viable.
Hope we did the right thing. Hubby says we are covered, doc says we are covered. I am freaking out with worry.