Hi Lizh! You found us
Kelly - aftr complaining yesterday the wait was doing my head, toeday I wake up to an email that my donor is ready to start and I have to start taking meds from tomorrow Gosh I hope she takes more than ten days to stim! I'm gonna be walking off the plane in Athens and jumping straight up on the table for a transfer! I've finally been given my detailed meds plan, and she starts me on 2 progynova a day, but increases me to 6, including 2 vaignally which she had only recently said they do very rarely ... which means she must be looking at my file now and realising I'm the nutbag that takes a truckload of meds to grow a toasty lining. Oh the joys of being 'rare'. So now I'm torn whether to follow her program - or go heavy on the neds right from the start ... Think I'll call my FS here and see what she says.
Your turn Kelly - lets whip your donor into shape and get on the road!
On another note, I can really appreciate what you say about making your journey alone. You;ve made such a brave choice, and I've no doubt it will be rewarded, but its a tough choice all the same. My girlfriend was in the same boat last January, 34 yrs, AMH of 1.2 and single, she was about to start IVF when she met a bloke who she really connected with, he was happy to be a 'natural donor' and make no claims if it didn't work out ... three months later they were married, she was pregnant at the wedding, and she gave birth on her due date to a perfect baby boy. I know that's "the dream" ... and I hope that comes your way too, but prior to her miracle, she was going through all the same thoughts you were and finding it really tough. I take my hat off to you, and hope you've got lots of lovely friends and family to cheer you on for the amazing woman that you are (and help you out when it all gets a little insane!).