@Blossom74 Are you ok hun? You're unusually quiet.
I'm here - just! My BFF had a house full of baby gear - cot, change table, cradle, car seats, bath, linen etc. It was all stored at her rental property 3 1/2 hours away which is about to be rented out, so we've been out driving all day to collect it. We only just got home actually.
It's not in the house - I told DH to store it in the shed. Don't want to jinx myself. It's beautiful quality furniture but has some mould on it from being out in a shed for 3 years. DH is stoked that he now has a restoration project - he will sand them back and re-finish them which he assures will bring them up to brand new.
Has been a big day because I am cramping hard from the Progynova - I think?
Anyway, thanks for asking after me. Congrats on your surprise single transfer, and @PING, sorry your appointment didn't go quite to plan.
Off for some Chinese for tea and a lie down, but will be back tomorrow. Hugs to all, xxx
pingc383 thats ok your welcome :-) , just to clarify coz i didnt write it clearly, the 'scar tissue' i was talking about isnt from the effects of the surgery, thats one of the physical effects of endo, i.e. what endo "looks like" coz its your endometrial lining basically growing in places outside your uterus, so coz its grows where its not supposed to your immune system mistakenly attacks it (hence the heightened immune 'response', like your immune system is switched on as if you're sick) but as the immune system attacks the lining it can turn the lining into scar tissue type stuff, and so each month when your lining grows in response to your hormones, then so does the stuff outside the uterus, then it turns to tissue or lesions etc, etc...
Lol, ironically fs told me, you know whats the best thing for suppressing endometriosis?
Frucking, pregnancy. Baahaahaa.
(Coz you stop getting the hormones to make your lining for 9 months)
So anyway, i was figuring, you're not gonna do the endo excision surgery in the hope of trying and waiting for 6 months for a natural bfp anyway, so even if you had really bad endo, youd still just go and do ivf anyway mate. IVF was the 'solution' they suggested coz i have endo. So, i reckon you could strike at least one worry completely off the list. Most esp. coz wazza said that too.
Ok think ive found a donor i like now just need to email the person in the morning to ensure shes avail and willing.
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Congrats @ Tahli woohoooooo how many did u transfer?
So much happening with everyone it will be BFP averlanch soon, please take me too!
@gorgeousgeorge just wanted to say loved your post on donor egg:embryo, genetics very well written. Can't wait for an update on your de journey
@Charlie74 cloud thoughts fantastic, it's so nice that DH joins in, you've got a special one!!
goodluck Monday @tuxcat
Thanks so much for all your best wishes!
I have not been on this link since before I left Perth – all got a bit much for me
To update: Arrived last Wed – went straight from airport to Dr N clinic – scans showed I was ready and process started. DH gave sample Thurs and DE collected Thurs. 9 eggs were collected, 6 fertilised and we ended up with only two – so the two 5 day embies were transferred this Tue. I was quite emotional but that could be a number of things including ‘greek time’ which is driving me crazy! We are so excited now – praying little embies stick and grow!!! I’m was a little distressed yesterday as had migraine – which I usually get around this time of my cycle (I had believed I wouldn’t get any more migraines until after the birth)... It’s going to be a long 2WW I think! We are now at one of the Greek Islands for a few days before flying home.
I’ve missed so much on here - @Tahli – wow you’ve already gone – I’m praying that all went well!!
It’s probably all been sorted – but @Blossom74 I saw your question about proganova – Dr N said for me to take morning lunch and dinner (3 times over the day) and now I’m on that along with progesterone pesseries (yuk)! Bought a ton of it here in Greece as advised it was a lot cheaper than in Australia!
Sorry for not being caught up with all the news - I haven't had a lot of down time (DH keeps us busy - probably to keep my mind from worrying ). How blessed am I!
everyone - I pray you all have your amazing dream of having a buba come true real soon!!
[QUOTE=tuxcat;8572347]like the zebra! hehe
I just got that ! @tuxcat
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