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This blog was started in 2008 when we did IVF for the first time to build our family after 5 1/2 years of infertility. We now have 7 and 2 year old boys (thanks to modern medicine) and we are enjoying our blessed life as parents ♥ In the summer of 2016 we took another huge step and moved across the country from Oklahoma to New York! This blog is about life and everything in between



Saturday, October 11, 2008

Not Too Proud to Eat my Words

Evidently my bout of self pity made a difference, because the very next day (Friday) I got a faint second line. Yes ladies and gentlemen, those elusive second lines do exist!!!!! So after my excitement started to build while doing endless research on the internet, I took another one later that day. Same result, faint second line. Too faint to photograph unfortunately, my camera does NOT like close up pictures.

Soooo this morning after I got home from work I took another one and let it kind of dry while I took off my makeup and stuff. I put it next to the one from yesterday, and it is definitely darker than yesterdays!! I am now officially the most pregnant I have ever been before! I am still trying to keeps my hopes in reserve until I at least get two good betas and an affirmative ultrasound. But I am a worrier, I think I will always be fearing the "worst" that could happen. It is a side effect of working in the ICU where people come in who actually have the "worst" happening to them.

I have searched through tons of stories and experiences and research on the internet about chemical pregnancies and whatnot, and most all of them say that if it is positive and then consecutively negative, that is most likely a chemical pregnancy. So I will continue to test everyday until my beta on Oct. 16, and monitor for that damn second line!! But until then, I'm putting this on here because I don't know if I'll be able to use it later on. Humor me people :)

Lilypie Expecting a baby Ticker

6 comments:

  1. Darling, go back and read my first comment to your last blog. I knew it would happen, and I'm more than excited for you, I think you know this. I'm excited to see how this progresses! I knew one of them babies would stick- who would give up the opportunity to have me as an aunt anyway lmao!
    I look forward to seeing this double line action tomorrow am! MUAH!
    Sara Mc.

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  2. That is so exciting! My fingers and toes are crossed for you!

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  3. Now that is some positive thinking!!! I knew it :) Keep praying...it's going to happen!!!!

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  4. Yeah!!! Congrats! Taking constant tests will make anyone crazy, girl, so I can't wait for Thursday! Praying for you!

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  5. I too had a feeling it would work for you two! I'm continuously praying for two successful betas! So this means your officially a pregnant lady now! :0)
    It's going to be an exciting pregnancy to see if both your babies implanted and how well they develop over the next 9 months.

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  6. Hi,
    I found your blog through a friend of a friend. Though we are not to IVF yet, we are in the process of artificial insemination. Check us out at www.nothingpoeticnothingplanned.blogspot.com I hope you don't mind me following your blog for encouragement and information. :)
    Candie

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