I do recognize your screen name. I was on the boards from 2009 to 2013. It took 4 oe cycle and 2 de cycles for me to finally get my daughter. IF journey is not an easy one for sure. i really hope that this adoption works out for you. How far along in the pregnancy is your friend? Out of curiosity, will this be uncomfortable for you and your friend? I'm so happy for you.View Thread
I remember you. Congrats! My OB/gyn passed away in July of 2011 the month I did my fet. I found out when I called for my first appt. he died of a heart attack at 49 y.o. Crazy. I wish you an easy h& h 9 mthsView Thread
Omg I am so happy to hear from you. I was really hoping that you were just extremely busy! I am so happy for you. I'm going to look you up on fb. You are going to cycle again? Did you have frosties? I can't remember. I can't wait to see him.View Thread
Lurking: Congrats on being preggo and having a great ultrasound. By the way, I read your other post about being anxious. i did 4 oe cycles, 1de cycle. 1de fet(resulted in my baby girl). I didn't relax completely until the baby was out. I had 4 losses so when I got pregnant this last time I was nervous everyday all day . I did relax a slight bit after my baby shower at 8 mths . I was going to the bathroom many times a day to check if there was blood. I still to this day look at the toilet paper when I wipe(Eliza is almost 11 mths). I wish you a happy and healthy 9 mths.View Thread
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