Donor 4171

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Donor 4171

Postby blink182ilt » Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:37 pm

I am new to this whole process and just purchased vials for donor 4171. Has anyone used this donor and gotten pregnant? I will be getting my first insemination next week.
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Re: Donor 4171

Postby artistat17 » Fri Dec 23, 2011 3:03 pm

I am also going to use this donor in January! I asked CLI how many pregnancies he had and was told 10-15. If you come across anyone that has used him please email me and let me know. fro.d.out@gmail.com
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Re: Donor 4171

Postby jenn » Sun Jan 01, 2012 9:11 pm

I have used this donor for 4 IUI's so far with no luck. I have 2 more samples I purchased, but may switch donors if he doesn't work. I ordered my first few vials May 2011 and they told me he had 5 reported pregnancies then, so he must have worked for someone. No luck here! Keep me posted if you decide to use him, I'm curious to see how he works for you!
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Re: Donor 4171

Postby blink182ilt » Tue Jan 03, 2012 4:25 pm

I was inseminated on 12/29, IUI, no meds. I go for my progesterone blood test 1/5. My period is due around the 15th so hopefully I get lucky and am pregnant on the first try. I asked for vials with the highest motility rate, I read that on this forum to ask CLI for that. There were alot of swimmers under the microscope at the docs office so hopefully one of them found it's way! Will keep you posted.
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Re: Donor 4171

Postby artistat17 » Tue Jan 03, 2012 8:07 pm

I am waiting for my cycle to start this month (should be around the 7th or 9th). what was your numbers and motility rate with this donor and do either of you have any fertility hurdles?
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Re: Donor 4171

Postby blink182ilt » Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:55 am

I don't know what you mean by my numbers, I don't know alot about this except for what I have read up on, I just read on this forum to ask for high motility rate, I didn't get much help from my doc or CLI with picking donors. I am 26 and have no known fertility issues. My doc said to try 3 to 4 times before testing for fertility issues since it is expensive and I'm young and presumed healty. Any info you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Re: Donor 4171

Postby artistat17 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 4:19 am

the doctor should've been able to tell you the number of sperm the donor had after they thawed it and what the motility percentage was. I, too am doing a natural cycle but using the HCG trigger shot to release my mature eggs which will be given to me 24 hrs before the insemination. Did your doctor give you a trigger shot as well? when will you start testing in your TWW for a BFP?
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Re: Donor 4171

Postby blink182ilt » Thu Jan 05, 2012 11:40 am

The doc didn't tell me anything just let me look at the microscope and did the procedure. I always thought you were suppose lay down for 20 to 30 mins. she said no need for that either. I haven't been given any meds just using the ovulation kit and today I had to get my progesterone checked to see if I ovulated, then the doc said if I needed they would put me on some meds. I don't know what the other things you asked are either. If i have to go back I will be asking these questions that you given me, thanks
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Re: Donor 4171

Postby artistat17 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 6:38 pm

did your doctor do an ultrasound before your iui? I'm 24 and don't have any fertility issues as well. I did an HSG to make sure my tubes were open and my uterus looked good back in november, but my insurance covers all of my blood work and part of the HSG was covered as well. When will you start testing to see if you are pregnant? Did you have any cramping after your IUI? I've heard some people in CCB's facebook group that I am in discuss there experiences about mild cramping for a few days afterwards.
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Re: Donor 4171

Postby artistat17 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 6:43 pm

@Jenn- when will you try again for your next IUI with this donor?
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