I have IUI tomorrow. I have been given Gonal F 75 mcg injections for egg growth and I am having five eggs of a good size. I got these injections yesterday at 6 p.m. My husband is suffering from a normal viral temperature ranging from 100 to 101 degrees Celsius. He is taking Tazomac 4.5 g injection with normal saline. Can he give the sample tomorrow?
We generally avoid IUI (intrauterine insemination) if the male or female partner has fever as it can cause a failure of the procedure. However it is left to the treating doctor to decide on it and go ahead. Since you have already been stimulated, the doctor should decide on this.
I hope this helps.
Thank you doctor,
My worry is that only. I have taken all the injections and I have learned from the internet that the sperm is produced 72 days before and the fever does not effect the quality of the sperm. As the sperms are cleaned before the IUI, can I give it a try? Or is that I have no luck this time too?
I would not say you that you have a zero percent chance. There is definitely a chance. Discuss with your doctor and go ahead. Since the sperms are produced much earlier and stored, it should not affect the chances or the quality. If you were not stimulated, we could have cancelled. So, I feel there is no harm in proceeding. Kindly make sure you do not get fever.
I hope this helps.
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.. ultrasound monitored? What was the size of the follicle on the 7th?
You can test your urine for pregnancy after 15 to 18 days of IUI.
Blood hCG hormone (human chorionic gonadotropin) can be done after 15 days, which will be more predictive. Read full
.. has been rightly addressed with IUI (intrauterine insemination) at 22 mm follicle size.
The follicle would have ruptured in the next 12 to 16 hours. Hence, the sperms were already present prior to that (which can stay alive for 72 hours in the female r Read full
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