millie - wonderful to hear all is advancing so smoothly with your pregnancy I think it's amazing how the body can often just know what to do once it's actually conceived, despite that necessary little prerequisite being often so darned elusive. Your work situation sounds a little tricky, but fantastic to have such a positive thing to spend your time doing.
starfish - yet again, you are taking a really positive, proactive and thoughtfulness for others approach. I think writing a letter is a fantastic idea. Something you can do in your own time, think things through and, as you say, will possibly lead to positive change in a clinic where things seem to be slipping through the cracks. I must say that if I were in your situation, I would be leaving the current FS.... It sux that you are having to go through yet more scans, treatments etc etc. You (and your bank account) must feel like it will never end BUT, if they can give you some clear guidance on where to from here, all definitely worth it. I have everything crossed for some excellent results
swedeendie - how exciting that you are making contact again with your FS. I have a good feeling about your impending efforts to TTC#2
tryingfortwo - thank you for your beautiful post of 29/3 And wow - time continues to tick away, cooking that little bundle of yours to perfection
pinkB - lovely to hear from you and I think the 'head in the sand' approach is an excellent one, particularly as you are obviously doing all that you can to give Isabella the best possible care. I'm sure she is one loved-up little baby In spite of the kidney issue, your posts definitely have the ring of a blissed out mummy, which is delightful.
Big hello to mum4nay and melk too
AFM - thanks to you all for your thoughts and good wishes. Friday's transfer went without a hitch. Both embies thawed beautifully and they were put back without incident. I have to say that a bit of what my DH calls 'magical thinking' held me back from posting on here. After each past transfer I've jumped on here all excited and hopeful about having such great-looking embies... By now, I know that a beautiful embie is no guarantee of success, so I've been playing a weird psychological game of trying not to focus on it, including not posting here .... Anyway, all a bit hard to explain! Now at day 5 of the 2WW and the emotional torture is starting to peak. I have all manner of physical sensations, all of which are completely attributable to both the steroids and progesterone. Trying to tell myself that, one way or the other, the BT on Easter Monday will be a release. Now it's just a matter of making it to that point.....