Hi all, So much has happened since I last posted. It feels like months have passed but its really only been a few short weeks. Following our second unsuccessful transfer (technically the first was successful but ended in an early miscarriage) we had a follow up WTF appointment with our RE. This time around was … Continue reading Up Next… Natural FET
Last I left off we were anxiously awaiting to see if my lining had grown at all with the new added "Vag candy". Heading into today's appointment I was beyond nervous. I knew that if my lining hadn't improved over this past week we would likely be heading for a canceled cycle. I know … Continue reading Sailing into our 2nd Embryo Transfer!
Well, once again my lovely murphy's law wining streak has continued. Not only did my lining not grow, it appeared to be even less than the previous week... don't ask me how this science stuff is confusing!! Last week my lining came in at a mere 6mm. Today's measurements were between 5.5mm and 6 mm. … Continue reading Creating a whole new meaning to smurfette.
The only thing that infertility can guarantee is there is no guarantees. We are currently preparing for our second frozen embryo transfer (FET). Preparation for said transfer began way back on May 1st with cycle day one. At which point I began taking birth control pills for 14 days. About half way through that process … Continue reading The only thing that infertility can guarantee is that there are no guarantees.
Hi all! It's been a little while since I've filled you in on where we are in the whole baby making process. Following our missed miscarriage back in March and our D/C I decided to take the entire month of April off to just try and be "normal". Not that I have any idea as … Continue reading Four times the fun…Hysterscopy, Uterine Biopsy, Mock Transfer and Endometrial Scratch.
It’s National Infertility Awareness Week If you asked me a year ago if I would be writing this blog today, I would say no way. Last year at this time I was coming to the dreaded conclusion that I was likely 1 in 8, the current statistic associated with infertility. Just last April I was … Continue reading National Infertility Awareness Week
Today was a hard day. We were scheduled for our follow up ultrasound. Today I was exactly 7 weeks pregnant. All morning long I tried to remain upbeat and positive. Hopeful that God would grant us a miracle and that our little one would have grown significantly over the past 7 days of waiting. I … Continue reading Sometimes miracles only last for but a mere moment… Our angel baby