Pilbara big hugs I had everything crossed this would be your cycle. I'm so so sorry.
I didn't mean any offence either but I felt the same way as Pilbara when I first read it. I think the idea of a guide is coming from a positive place but the only people that truly understand IVF are those that have been through it. It's a very sensitive subject, extremely tough process and varies widely from person to person.
If I was wanting a guide I would want it to include the physical/logistics. IVF isn't a set process as the causes of infertility are so varied. I would want information on the varies procedures etc It's not somethig that you can just google a lot of the time. I am only pregnant now because of information I obtained from a thread on BH. The techniques are very specific or sometimes it's very new technology. We want a baby so we want to know what we can try to make that happen number 1.
The emotional side really needs to be written by an experienced IVFer or in conjunction. It's very easy to say the wrong thing or ask the wrong question without even realising it. It's hard for an IVFer to read something written by someone that doesn't know the pain.
I hope I haven't been offensive it's just such an enormous and sensitive topic.