Well, that's that!
My donor had excellent motility and the timing was good, so this is officially the first IUI I've ever had that actually has a shot in hell of being successful.
How insane is that? I've been at this for almost two years.
My first five IUI's were with a moronic doctor who timed everything badly and didn't give me progesterone, then I did two more with my RE before she discovered the field of polyps in my uterus, and then, once the polyps were gone, one more IUI with a donor who had a TERRIBLE sperm count.
And then there was the IVF. That totally could have worked... but didn't.
Making this my second real shot at getting pregnant.
At least I'm headed in the right direction!