Happy New Year!!! 2017 is behind us, and for me, 2017 was one of the weirdest and interesting years. I got diagnosed with PCOS a week into January. In May and June, my mother has some life-threatening health issues (thankfully, she is doing better.) I had another chemical pregnancy in August. My 1st IUI failed. … Continue reading 2018!
Happy Holidays!! I hope everyone had a wonderful time with their families and friends. Here’s to a wonderful and fulfilling #2018! #pcos #infertility #iui #fertility
**Note: I know it is several days past my testing date, but I had to process everything before posting.*** My first IUI failed. Dammit. I knew that there was only a 20% chance of it working, but Steve and I really hoped we would be making a Christmas announcement. On Wednesday morning, I cried from … Continue reading Reset the Clock
Hey, everybody! Sorry for being MIA for a while. It has been crazy for the last week and a half. I will quickly get y'all up to date. I had the IUI on November 29th, and it all of the numbers, etc. looked great! My clinic is extremely hopeful and positive about our chances. 😁 … Continue reading Back to Writing
Steve and I went back to the doctor today for my second midpoint ultrasound, and my ovaries looked great! That means we are go for launch! Woo! That's right! After I give myself the trigger shot on Tuesday, Steve and I will go through the IUI process on Wednesday! Woo!! Okay, so some of you … Continue reading IUI Can’t Believe It’s Happening!
I usually don't have appointments on Saturday morning, but in this world of endless possibilities, I did. I headed back to the doctor's office to do a check of my ovaries on cycle day 10. In order to move to the IUI, my ovaries have to contain maturing follicles. Dr. Namnoum was optimistic that I … Continue reading Midpoint Ultrasound (Short Post)
Well, I was supposed to go back to my fertility specialist on November 20th, but on November 16th, mother nature had other plans and forced the change. On November 17th, Steve and I headed back to the office to do more tests for new rounds of meds. As we drove up to the North Atlanta … Continue reading Appointment #2