Hey everybody! How are you all? I hope well. I have a question. I was just wondering how many IUI's it took any of you to have a successful one? I know everyone is different. My friend just had her 2nd failed IUI. I'm looking for a little hope. So that I can tell her that it is okay. She is pretty depressed after the failure of the second one. Take care!
Hello Jennifer. I am fine. Your friend must be going through a really hard time. Try to distract her by engaging her in some activities. Tell her that she should stay hopeful. At times there can be more than 2 failed IVF attempts. I hope it works for her the next time. Otherwise she should try surrogacy or something else that the specialists might recommend.
Your friend must be very sad and dissapointed . You must support her. She needs you the most now. My friend from where I worked was facing it. She had her first unsuccessful attempt of IUI. She was confused in continuing her treatment in the same clinic. She switched to another one. Where she was tested again. It resulted that she was suffering from blocked fallopian tube . She got laproscopy done. She was pregnant immediately after her treatment.
Ahhhh so sad to hear that.I know Your friend mist be disappointed.You should tell her please don't lose hope.You should take care of her.Support her.Give her love and attention.God has plan for us.So don't worry.Just have faith.
Hi. How are you?. I hope you are fine. I am so sorry to hear about your's friend failure. You just engaged her in other activities. She may dishearten after this failure. So just ask him to be confident. I there may be an infertility issue. Just give her some confidence. As it is not easy to return to life after failure. Just look forward and be hopeful. I wish her best of luck. May God help her. Take care!
Hi dear. I think it is not necessary to succeed early. I think IVF has more chances of success than IUI. You should recommend her to try that instead now. It might work for her. At times it takes longer for some than others. She just needs to be patient and hopeful. Tell her to stay strong.
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