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    Default Dealing with emotions during IVF

    So in about 2 weeks time we start out 3rd round of IVF. I have always felt the usual emotions of anger, frustration etc but now it's beginning to show quite clearly in my personality. My language has for worse, I openly express that I'm ****ed off and angry (I don't specify what I'm angry about, it's more body language and tone) and I'm turning a bit mean. In a way I am beginning to not like myself anymore which is sort of sad. Has anyone else had this problem and if so how do you deal with it? I can't just simple stop, it doesn't seem to work that way

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    Little dove I really understand what you mean. I hated the person that ttc and ivf turned me into. You can see what your doing but can't help it 😞 I was still like it for about 8 weeks after my bfp


 

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