We came home today and my bedrest started, it sounds fun, but its kind of like when someone tells you you cant do something you want to do it all the more. I've never wanted so badly to walk around my kitchen or the the other rooms in my house, but for now I have to enjoy the view from my couch. Later on, my husband got home from work and along with my mom, and my mom and father in law, we had a egg transfer party and everyone ate dinner with me on the couch! There are so many things to pray for this week. My blood pregnancy test is next Wednsday the 30th. I don't even want to think about it right now. I am so nervous and I need to relax. I'm glad my mom is here helping and taking care of things while I can't. She is being a huge help. Thats all for now, I'll let you guys know the hopefully good news when I hear it...
Monday, November 21, 2011
The big day has finally arrived!
I went in this morning for my transfer which was scheduled for 10:30. Its really really exciting but at the same time its a bit stressful because what if it doesn't work? It's really hard for me to get excited. Even as the procedure was happening and my mom was getting excited I was laying on the exam table saying, "Don't get too excited, this might not work." I like to be logical and not get my hopes up to high but then again I mean it is kind of exciting. It was all very interesting. You have to go in with a full bladder, which is the worst part! That's all I could focus on before, during and after. So anyways, they bring me in to the same room that I was in for my egg retrieval so it automatically made me nervous but my mom got to come it so that was nice. My husband was at work today. Then the doctor asked me if I wanted one or two eggs transferred and of course I wanted two! My doctors office was cool, there is a TV on the ceiling so that while I'm laying on the exam table, I can watch everything on the screen up there. So they got my lady bits all prepped and ready, and stretched with the damn speculum, which I hate with a fiery passion, and I never want to get a pap smear ever again because I might get post traumatic stress disorder, and then I got to see my two little embryos in their petri dish on the TV screen because they were in the next room with the embryologist. Then I got to watch the whole process of him taking the embryos and putting them in the catheter, and then Dr Scott walked into the room and it was time to put them into me! Then he put them in and it was pretty much over, but I could see them on the ultrasound and I got to go home with two ultrasound pictures of my little eggs. And 2 really big pictures of the embryos.