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Hi I m 29 years old. I got my 2nd IUI done last month & it was a double IUI. My Husband’s HSA is perfectly normal. My questions are: 1) Is it advisable to go for an IUI in consecutive months or is it better to take a month s break and then retry with IUI? 2) In my last cycle, the schedule followed was:- i) I took Clofert 50 mg from Day 3 to Day 7. ii) My follicular Study report showed:- Day 13 - Right Ovary: 15 MM, Left ovary: 15-16 MM, Endomertium: 8 mm iii) My doctor advised to go for HUMOG 75 IU IM Injection, post which the status was:- Day 15 - Right Ovary: 15 MM, Left ovary: 24 mm with internal echoes, 22 mm with internal echoes, Endometrium: 9-10 mm iv) HUCOG on Day 15 at 11:00 PM Day 16 – IUI done at 12:15 PM Day 17 IUI done at 2:00 PM Day 19 - Right Ovary: 15 MM, Left ovary: 27 mm cyst with internal echoes, 25 mm cyst with internal echoes, Endometrium: 10 mm. Mild free fluid in Pelvis. My doctor was unsure whether the egg released or no? Day 29 – I got my periods. WAS THE IUI TIMING CORRECT ? WHAT ARE INTERNAL ECHOES? WHAT CAUSES THEM ? CAN IT BE A REASON FOR NON FERTILISATION ? HOW DO I ENSURE HEALTHY EGG DEVELOPMENT IN THE NEXT CYCLE eg Diet etc. Thanks a ton.
Asked On : Thu, 7 Jul 2011
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It is better to do IUI in continuous months with out break till three months.IUI is done if both fallopian tubes are patent which you have not mentioned.In this report you have written does not show rupture of follicle releasing the egg.When the follicle ruptures and the egg is released the follicle collapses which is not seen in your report.The IUI time was correct.The follicle has been converted into cyst and this should disappear after next menses.No egg formation is the reason for non fertilization and for healthy egg development consult your Gynaec she will adjust your dosage of HCG according to your reports.
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Thanks Dr. Shainaz for your reply....
Answered: Mon, 11 Jul 2011
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