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So a quick update as hubby wants my feet up for the day (and who am I to argue? LOL). I walked in today with a scowl I guess - I was so sure we'd get bad news so I was prepared for that. I was returning some extra pens I had and saw our embryologist out of the corner of my eye but I refused to make eye contact...yes terrified of bad news (Miss Positive that I am ). I hear my hubby quietly say 'it's all good?' and then him reaching around to hug me...at which time I finally looked up. He said he came in early today and first thing he did was look at our embryo and when he saw it he did a happy dance (which we can totally see - he is a great guy). It was at that point that I FINALLY broke a smile
Our embryo was a 19(out of 20) and 8 celled - doubled over night. My doctor said while we only have one it is better than the two we got last time and was darn near "perfect". So we are very happy now ET is done and I can just enjoy the knowledge that we have potential once again. Actually the embryologist while doing the last security check said "Christina L - one BEAUTIFUL 8 celled embryo" (they call back and forth form the lab to the procedure room to make sure the right embie ends up in the right uterus LOL). That made us all smile - it is great to have the whole medical team rooting for you.
Okay I am off - smiling ear to ear, not only because my embie is home but Sandy's news just made this day even better! Landslide of BFP's for everyone this month
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Yeah awesome news....I wish I could dance because I will do a happy dance for you know. But this cheering smiley will have to do!
ME 35 /DH 32
PCOS DX 2003
12/2004 - preg but m/c at 8 weeks
07/2006 - preg w/IVF but m/c at 4 weeks
06/2007 - trying again with new diagnoses - blood clotting issue
07/2007 - IVF cycle cancelled - TWICE
12/07 - BFP....waiting for Xavier
07/30/08 - RICHARD XAVIER IS HERE!
OMG! Finally, some great news for you! If this baby doesn't stick, then I may have to personally take the issue up w/ God Himself! I am so glad you got a break. I know how hard this all is & the waiting is killer! Hopefully you will be like Sandy & have a BFP in a very short time!
It's so true, go away for a few days and look what happens. Congrats on your transfer! That sounds like a great egg! Hey, I only got one eggy too out of the ones they retrieved and it worked for me! I just know this will be great news for you too!
Eliza - Wife to husband, Jason. Mother to twin boys, Cameron and Kiefer (6-24-08)
Woohooo this is the double whammy positive post (I haven't seen Sandy's yet, but I am so on my way right after this!!)
I am so glad that your transfer went well and that your nice strong embie continued to do so well. I am really really hoping that this is it... I mean a perfect embie, what more can a gal ask for? I think things are looking good!
I also understand and appreciate how good it makes you feel to have your medical team so in your corner. It makes such a huge difference through this whole process, it's hard to quantify but it's really big!