I'm so proud of you!!!! All day yesterday I was hoping you had went for the u/s. Glad everything looks good. All my fingers and toes are crossed that you respond well to the Clomid this time. Only 4 more days of it left. We're all rooting for you!! Be sure to KUP.View Thread
(((HUGS))) to you Pray. I'm sorry AF found you and with such cruddy timing. How good of you to play with the little kids on Christmas, though. I know how hard that is to do when you want one so badly for yourself.
I do hope you'll move forward with the IUI. It is terribly overwhelming to think about it all at once. But like you said, taking it one small step at a time and just focusing on what's going on now is a huge help. Worrying about what comes next and all the "what if's" just make it more stressful. You CAN do it! I know you can!!
Pray, I'm so glad you O'd on your own! But I'm sorry that the timing doesn't look so great. I'll be praying you'll get a Christmas miracle. But if not, I hope you'll be able to start treatments again soon. Sending you lots of hugs and good thoughts!View Thread
Glad everything's looking good! It was strange for me at first too, when I was released from my RE. I went from having appts and u/s practically every week, to being treated just like everyone else at my OB. I missed the all the extra attention my RE gave me! But it really is a good sign if they don't want to see you for another two weeks. If they were at all concerned about your pregnancy, I'm sure they'd have you come back sooner.
Hang in there. Time seems to drag by in the first tri, but your next appt will be here before you know it!View Thread
I'm also sorry the other two didn't make it to freezing. But I'm going to be positive that at least one of the others are going to stick. Sending you lots of good thoughts. Looking forward to your beta next week!View Thread
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