POCOS - I have no words, just know that I'm sending you hugs and support and that we're all here for you and understand what you are going through. Also what it means to cry so much you no longer have tears yet you feel like the saddest person ever. This process seems so unfair, and we've all been through it and know. Please believe that it does eventually happen. So many of us unfortunately succeed after many cycles. Use this time to gain more strength and courage for the next time. Miracles do happen and we would just love to witness yours asap.
Kynlee - I hope the discharge has subsided since the last time I wrote? Please don't be too worried - even if I know easier said than done - chances are really in your favor (and beanie's
) after seeing the HB.
Leora - love LOVE love hearing good news from you girl!!! This is it, with an unbelievable story to tell!A real miracle
Tiger - so happy for the way things went with telling your family and with eating those cupcakes...come to think of it I DO feel like eating one right now!!!! And we already had pizza after the U/S...
Always - okay. I have to say that I normally don't like to speculate but your betas and prgosterone may very much sound like twins. Take good care of this belly, mine has been gone for 3 days now and it went away at about this stage also during the first pregnancy (with OHSS too). Until then, to sleep better, try and use a pillow between the belly and the mattress - it's when the belly "falls" down over the ovary that it hurts the most, and if you only sleep on your back you will have lower bach pain because of the weight of this massive belly you carry:). I only drank water, no Gatorade, and now I'm okay.
Ninde - how did your baseline go today? have I missed it? Things proceeded fast today!
Blue - so happy for you girl!!! 15 little sauna lovers there, ready for some more action! Rest as much as you can I'll be praying for the best ever fert report for you tomorrow!
AFM -okay. I practically shook when it was my turn for an U/S. We saw a healthy sac with a HB, measuring right on time. We were relieved and happy behind words. We told to high risk it's been ages now since we got to hear good news. Over a year since our loss now. Then he moved the camera a bit and there was another sac. This one too small, yet with a HB. It is most probable that the little sac will absorb as it is abnormally small for this stage. But I am refraining from using the word "hope" because I give my respect also to this little one. We always wished we would have more than 1, and even now that we know we are not allowed to carry more than 1 at a time because of how things ended the last time, to say that I "hope" he will absorb doesn't feel right for me. We are happy, it's an unbelievable feeling. I was just so afraid for DH. I imagined him receiving either news and now I'm just so happy even if he's still worried and it takes him time to understand we have a reason to be happy. We are going to take it slowly and to try and stay calm. We are not going to tell anyone right now and when we do, who knows? Maybe there will be a cake involved? I love baking so much but didn't get to bake so many cakes since I started watching my weight when we took our break in April.
Sending love and blessings to all,