A place for me to vent about my struggle with infertility. Thanks for listening.
Again, I'm really sorry Erin. I've been thinking about you all day and just wish the outcome had been different for you. Regarding your blood visit- I really wish everyone who was at all involved in the IF process, from the blood-drawing technicians to nurses/doctors, were either previous IF patients or were married to an IFer. Then they would beable to (hopefully) understand that waiting just "one more day" etc is TORTURE. Its bad enough there is a 2ww, you know? Anyways, I hope you are enjoying yourself tonight.
I'm so sorry, Erin. :-/And, I totally agree with Amy--I think the techs, receptionists, etc. should all be people who have some first-hand experience with IF. Otherwise, they are so clueless...
I am so sorry it didn't work out for you guys. I was so rooting for you! Hope you didn't get too drunk last night... But, also hope you avoided the hangover fairy if you did!
E - Sigh. I am so sorry. I have been thinking about you a lot and am sending vibes of comfort your way. Wish I could give you a big hug.I admire your wisdom to step back and take a deep breath before the next round.xoxo, Ms. P
Erin, I am so so sorry.
Thanks for the comment on my blog.Oh we're buddies in the same club....pity we didn't meet earlier. We can go through our second tries together...strength in numbers might do the trick.
Ahhhhh,man. Sorry... I'm bummed for you. Take some time with you and dh (and the wine glass) and we will be here to cheer you on for the next go!
I'm so, so sorry.And it is amazing how indifferent all the 'professionals' who 'help' with this process are.
I'm so sorry Erin. That really stinks.I think your positive attitude for the next cycle is wonderful. We are knocked down again and again but amazingly we get up, brush ourselves off, and start again.
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