Author's Note: Today is Tuesday, March 13th. This is important to know when reading this post. When I started this blog last November, I wanted to create a honest account of what my life is like going through fertility treatments and living with PCOS. This post is keeping with that goal. Two weeks have passed … Continue reading Waiting Game
It's the night before my 2nd IUI, and I'm trying to distract myself. I've changed the sheets, sent sub plans for school tomorrow, rotated laundry, and cleaned the kitchen. Now, I'm sitting on my bed and writing this blog post while old episodes of Parks and Recreation play. (That show is life. I try to … Continue reading Thoughts From the Night Before
Just stabbed myself in the stomach. Take all the shots!!! Bring on the eggs and mood swings!!!
Hello, faithful readers. Sorry for not updating more recently. Life got crazy with work, illnesses, etc. Currently, I'm getting over a sinus infection less than a month after the flu. Luckily, I was still able to go to my mid-point ultrasound today (February 23rd) and got good news. I have a nice, large follicle in … Continue reading Full Speed Ahead- Mini Post
So... the last cycle was a bust, again. Sigh. As of this post, I'm on cycle day 1. I head to my baseline ultrasound on cycle day 3, and if everything looks good, we keep moving forward. Last cycle was stressful. My ovaries were being slow moving jerks. Steve and I got the flu. We … Continue reading Try Again You Must
This cycle has been a very frustrating cycle. Below is an actual photo of me sitting in the waiting room after my 3rd midpoint ultrasound. Review (You can read in more detail on the following posts: Midpoint Mania and Update Time): First, it was the weird beginning of my cycle (what I thought was the start … Continue reading Third Time’s a What Now?
I was able to go to round 2 of my Midpoint Ultrasound on Thursday. No fever for over 24 hours. I just felt super run-down and tired, but I powered through so that I had a chance of an IUI this month. (When I got home over an hour later, I was exhausted, coughing, and … Continue reading Update Time