As you can see by my blog title, after four years, I am still classified as having unexplained infertility. To see how I got to this point, I just updated my story on my homepage. For me, being unexplained is extremely frustrating. It is difficult to address a problem when you do not know the cause of it. There are so many things a woman can do to fight infertility. It is impossible to do them all. I can not strategically select my course of action because I do not know what I need to address. It also complicates IVF. During my consultation, my RE went over chances of success for couples based on their condition. They do have a category for unexplained but I feel that it is misleading. Unexplained does not mean that nothing is wrong. It just means that they have not identified the problem. Couples in this category likely have different causes of infertility. I can not expect to have the same outcome as another couple just because we are both classified as unexplained. This might sound strange to people battling identified causes of infertility. I know any type of infertility diagnosis is devistating and I would never wish that on anyone. My heart goes out to any couple dealing with infertility (regardless of the cause). I just wish someone could solve my mystery.