I've been keeping busy ... I am going to make cloth dolls for work. I figure I want to make a baby somehow. Might as well make them out of fabric!
And OMG swollen feet and angles and calves ... WTF ... Since Sunday I've been having giant legs - they go down at night and when I put them up but this is not normal. I got AF today so I'm thinking its that plus coming down from all the drugs perhaps?
Thank you for asking after me <3
@Charlie74 - this is really really disappointing for you. Like others have said I hope you get some answers - and not from the nurses only but also your FS. Some part of the drugs must have messed this up at the end
Hi lovely ladies, I'm home
Have had a quick read over the past few posts, so before DH gets home and demands dinner I'll do some personals.
@BIB, good God Almighty, what a terrible time you and your LO are having at the moment. As if it weren't bad enough with her being sick and the gazillion loads of laundry! I guess The Captain always goes down with the ship, hey? I am tempted to suggest just blanketing everything in your house with plastic drop sheets and hosing everyone off in the backyard periodically, but something in the back of my mind thinks that might not be appropriate. Hoping you and your LO get over this bug post-haste.
@Precious40, from someone who has Been There. You really do need time to get over your loss. I had my MC and D&C in October and I lost my shiz TODAY in a cafe for Christ's sake! It really does take time to heal, and I know my brain was completely fried for a good month and a half afterwards. As much as I wanted to work I couldn't concentrate, couldn't remember anything, and had periodic breakdowns where I cried out of nowhere. If you have sick leave, please take it hon. You might want to try and soldier on, but you really do need that time off to recouperate.
@Bongley, a massive congratulations on reaching your 12 week mark, and @Winsor - bl00dy fantastic numbers love!
@Billie2, Congrats to you also hon on your successful EPU and then subsequent fertilisation rates. You must be absolutely thrilled!
@Charlie74, I am so sorry your lining has decreased hon. I suppose the light at the end of the tunnel is that you can try and build it up again next month but I do know how disappointed you must be after such a build up to your FET. Hugs for you hon
@midnite, I know it's a long shot but what day are you visiting Albury? I only ask as I will be there on 29/02.
Massive hugs to everyone else and I'm so sorry if I've missed anyone. After 3 hours driving my brain is a bit fried, lol. I couldn't NOT drop in and say hi though
There will be a way hon. They probably have all sorts of tricks up their sleeves.
You know what I'm thankful for? I'm so thankful they checked your lining prior to FET. Your emby is still safe and waiting for you. Imagine if they hadn't checked first?
It must be terribly disappointing but I have great faith that things will sort themselves out. It might take some time but that's ok if it means getting everything just right.
Sending you big hugs
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