As Tanya said, AIVF are very nice people, but nerves is a given, just go with the flow. I would recommend taking the time off for the EPU and transfer, takes the stress out of it all. Even if your work doesn't know what you're doing, that's why you have sick days and a GP that you can ask to write you sick for the week. My GP's have been awesome in the past. And yes there are plenty of groups etc out there. I've met a couple at the last clinic who also live here in Gympie, they brought some meds back for me and we've been friends ever since. You can rant and rave and vent with someone in person that way. You can also run different things past the other person and see what they think. The meds definitely screw with your head, that's where your partner has to be strong and supportive. No doubt about it, it's not the loving, happy ride of naturally trying. But then there are plenty of "unfavourable people" that have kids that shouldn't. Such is life, I suppose.
Tanya, my goodness you are going strong, it's so great to hear. Looking forward to hearing about your 20 week scan.
My mother arrives in just over a week and I'm looking forward to it, very much. I guess our next cycle won't be until next year, considering the waiting time with AIVF. Oh well.
Babyplz, what's going on? Hope all is well with you