Sunday, April 28, 2013

Remaining Hopeful

Later this week I have an ultrasound to see if my uterine lining is fluffy enough for a transfer.  I'm scared and excited.  I'm hopeful, since I have endometriosis and I'm fat that I'll have a thick enough lining.  Usually my body loves to store estrogen in its fat.  But since I'm under the control of hormones it is possible that my lining could be too thin.  That would be a first.

Yesterday J and I did some shopping at our military exchange.  We only purchased head light bulbs for our SUV.  We want to have spares on hand when we travel cross country. Our SUV is a 2004 with the original head light bulbs still in tact. Believe it or not the same goes for the belts too.  I did purchase spare belts before I moved 5 years ago and will have those on hand too for the trip.

Well I got off subject didn't I.  I was talking about shopping at the Exchange.  Our Exchange had some really good deals on maternity and baby items.  None of which I purchased though I really wanted to.  I mean $5 for a pair of maternity jeans!  $1 for a maternity top!  We did check out the baby equipment.  When the heck did baby swings get so big?  I mean really if I were to have twins where in tarnation will I be able to put two of everything in this tiny two bedroom?

Military housing at the new duty station has assured me that because of my spouse's rank and if I am even pregnant with twins I will still only be getting a small two bedroom place.  Ugh!  I want to live on post again because of the fact that if I do get pregnant I will be a high risk pregnancy.  Best to live closer to the hospital I figure.  Plus J prefers to live closer to work.

So I'm remaining hopeful that this FET will indeed work and I'll have more to complain and rejoice about in the future.

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  1. Fingers crossed that your ultrasound goes well!

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  2. I'm hoping too. Good luck with the lining!

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    1. Just a few more sleeps and I'll know.

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  3. Im thinking to move on base next month when we get to our new duty station. Only problem is they only offer apartments to e5 ranks. Im not sure if i want to do that.

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    1. I didn't know they didn't have apartments available to lower enlisted.

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  4. So glad you are hopeful!!! Hope this is the cycle for you!

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    1. Since I'm using eggs from a 22 year old I shouldn't have issues since her eggs have produced viable offspring in three out of four pregnancies where only one embryo was put back. I'm putting 2 back.

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  5. You don't need two swings :) I had one swing and one bouncy and they alternated. When they were bigger I had one jumper and one stationary entertainer (they also take up a lot of room).

    I'm getting so excited for your transfer! Lots of hope over here! XXX

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    1. That is good to know. I'll have to pick your brain if this pregnancy works out.

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  6. Ooo I'm so hopeful that everything will turn out. Good luck to you!

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  7. Crossing everything for you!

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  8. I'm sending many thoughts and well wishes to you for your FET. =) Hoping and praying for awesome lining for those little embryos!!!!

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