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What can I do for multiple residual follicles after a failed IUI ?

hi ,i had done iui on 8/5/11 and 9/5/11.after taking inje.humoG 150 for 6 days from 1/5/11 to 6/5/11.on 7th aftter the scan dr. told me that i had 4 mature follicles ,so that we can done the iui on 8th and 9 by takig lupride inje.surprisingly on 16th my period started. dr. told me that some times it happens in iui .again she done a scan and told me that there are multiple residual follicles .what can i do?
Asked On : Wed, 18 May 2011
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hi, i suggest iui need to be done not when follicle matures but should the dominant follicle rupture & the same day iui can be done.
Also iui need to be done aft ensuring motility & count of the sperms r good.
Answered: Sat, 18 Jun 2011
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you have to do iui repitadly because we cant assure the fertilisation. it take time for this . i will suggest to take ayurveda thearapy along vit this treatment so you can increase sucsess ret
Answered: Wed, 18 May 2011
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