Each cycle, I put my life in the hands of the RE and the clinic. I follow exactly what they tell me to do. I go through the motions day after day, reviewing the calendar several times a day to make sure I got it right. Estrogen dosage to ultrasound appointments to blood work. Making sure my travel arrangements are set and are for the correct days. I find myself going over it, over and over again. I'm always afraid of screwing it up. It's really the only way I know how to survive a cycle. This time was a little different to start. I did those awful biopsies. But it will be worth it if it brings me home my baby. We have 2 embryos left before we need to start over again. I'm so glad we got the money back guarantee. I don't know what we would do if we hadn't. I'm still hoping we don't have to do another fresh cycle. Praying everyday that our emby survives the thaw. I try to imagine being pregnant and the joy I'll feel. I pray that I feel that way. I'm afraid that all the years I've spent trying and failing will have a toll on me and feeling joy will be hard to find. Will I feel terror and fear instead? I hope not. All I've ever wanted is to experience what all other women get to experience. The joy of pregnancy and motherhood. Another Mothers Day is coming up. My transfer will be less than a week before Mothers Day. The best gift I could get would be a positive pregnancy test and of course a healthy baby at the end of that. Please G-d hear my prayers.
Sunday, April 17, 2016
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
One of the ladies on Facebook that transferred a 3AA embryo last week is waiting to find out if it stuck. She is feeling like it worked. I really hope so. I'm down to my last 2 embryos and both are not of the best quality anymore. I'm down to the 3AA and I think a 3AB. I'm hoping that if hers works then I have a chance too. I've also been doing reading on endometrial scratch and studies have shown they have improved pregnancy rates. I'm praying that I'll be one of those successful ones. I know that's all I can do. Take one day at a time. Pray and have hope.