Medication(s) administered and dosage(s). Progesterone 1ml, vivelle dot estrogen patches 0.1mg x2.
Medical procedures undertaken. Nothing!!!
How do I feel today? I am 11 days past my 3 day transfer. I am very close to ‘prove’ time…I am feeling sadly indifferent about being ‘PUPO – Pregnant Until Proven Otherwise’.
Time has flown by this weekend – it was quite an epic weekend. First of all it kicked off with a games night with friends – we played Risk – I didn’t win 😦 But it was still fun (Did I mention I hate losing??)!!! Saturday day time we took a trip to the ‘not so Dismal’ Dismal Swamp. The conditions were glorious.
Saturday evening we went to see Cirque Du Soleil’s Kooza. I AM SO LUCKY!!! You may recall that I originally booked front row tickets for my Mum as a Birthday present for the 6th August – which ended up being the same day as my 3 Day Embryo Transfer. Because I was on doctors orders for 24 hour bed rest I was unable to go 😦 But then an amazing act of mother nature cancelled this show because of a lightening storm. Thank you mother nature!!! So we re-booked our tickets for this Saturday….and it was AMAZING!!!! Any other circus will never be the same again….these people are just so talented – the story, choreography and music FABULOUS!
But the amazing weekend didn’t end there! Sunday we headed to Back Bay Wildlife Refuge and False Cape State Park for a bike ride where we saw mother nature in her awesomeness again. Afterwards we had a dinner sunset picnic on the beach, followed by a hunt for bioluminescent Plankton. The plankton was lighting up the dark skies of Sandbridge beach’s ocean water in an amazing luminous green colour. As you walked on the wet sand the ground lit up with luminous green beneath you (A bit like in Avatar!!) I wish I could show you some pictures, but there would be no justice in the photo, you just had to see it with your own eyes to appreciate what an amazing phenomena this is!
I also completed my 4 week online course on Data Visualisation…it kept me a little distracted, but honestly it was a mistake to sign up for it with everything going on over the last 4 weeks. If it had started 3 weeks later it would have been good to keep me distracted in the 2 week wait rather than working when I was struggling to recover from the egg retrieval!!
We bumped into a friend at the supermarket on Sunday who has previously sent us a private message of encouragement after our facebook announcement of our Embryo Transfer. I nearly burst into tears as she gave me a big hug and wished me lots of sticky vibes. So lovely.
As you can see I spent a lot of time having fun this weekend, but I was not distracted from the fact that I was sad at times for absolutely no reason at all, I cried over the smallest things, and I argued with Chris over the smallest things. DAMN DRUGS messing with my emotions!!!
What are my symptoms? The sharp pains have subsided over the last few days, which makes me think waaay too much that this IVF hasn’t worked. Apart from the growing boobs and the emotional schizophrenic Dani, I have no other symptoms.
How does Chris feel today? Chris has put up with a lot of my random outbursts of tears and overly aggressive and defensive approach to every day occurrences. He has been worried about me, of course. He is very hopeful and talks to huck and huck, telling them to bury deep and grow strong. He helps keep me mostly sane about all this.
Any results? No.
What’s next? Test time! I will do a home pregnancy test at some point before my blood test on Wednesday. I know they are not wholly reliable after IVF but I want to have some kind of expectation before hearing the results over the phone.
Waist. Still not quite back to my normal waist size 😐
Hours of Sunshine 🙂 The sun has just not stopped shining this weekend…if sunlight is as important as they say they are for egg development then my eggs are getting BAKED!!!
*Notes. I take First Response Reproductive Health multi vitamin gummies (pre-natal) and CoQ10 200mg gummies daily. NSTR = Nothing Significant To Report.