Richmond hilll clinic
Posted 02 May 2012 - 04:30 PM
Posted 03 May 2012 - 02:34 PM
When do you start your injections?
Posted 03 May 2012 - 02:42 PM
Posted 03 May 2012 - 08:32 PM
How about you ? I see that you already had passed the injection stage ..whats your next step?
Please give me some feedback about the injection
Posted 05 May 2012 - 09:04 AM
As far as the injections, I was soooo scared to start, but once I did I was so proud of myself. I didn't find them that bad- just make sure you are sitting when you do them to help calm the nerves. AS the days passed, I felt a little bloating, which was uncomforatable, but ok. Then I had the transfer and my estrogen was so high that I had hyperstimulated- so at that point I was sooo bloated as I was retaining a lot of fluid in my abdomen. That is when I took of 2.5 weeks off work (it got better when I got my period). That was the most uncomfortable part about it. Most people don't have that problem though- so don't worry about it.
Now I am waiting for AF so that I can start the FET cycle. Looking forward to it. Have you had the biopsy yet?
Posted 05 May 2012 - 10:16 AM
How about you how many embrios is the Doc going to transfer? I wish good luck and keep me posted
Posted 05 May 2012 - 04:29 PM
Try to be postitive, even though you reacted badly to the clomid- just think that every drug is completely different!!
I have now had 3 biopsy's- they do hurt a bit, but I keep telling myself thank got its over in seconds!!! Which it really is. This past one I even went to work right after. All of my biopsy's have been done in Mississauga because it depends what day you need it done. I was there for 6:30am this past Monday and then had to be at work for 8:00- and I made it!!
The first time around we transferred one. Dr D said because of my age (28 at the time, now 29) and the fact that we froze 5- 5 day transfers, we should be good with one. I did get pregnant, but it ended very early on. This time around my husband and I and Dr. D agreed that we would transfer 2.
What is your plan- how many do you think you will transfer?
I will help you through any of the injection stuff that you need- I am here for you- even if it is just to talk too. Good luck
Posted 05 May 2012 - 10:14 PM
In my case, I will transfer 1 embryo beacuse of my age (29) and I havent mention it before but I have a child concived naturally 6 years ago.For the second one we coudnt so thats why we decided to go through the IVF journey..
Thank you for your support !!
Posted 06 May 2012 - 07:19 AM
That is great that you already have a child. Is it a boy or a girl? Does he/she understand what is going on? Was it the same DH?
My older sister is having her second baby (scheduled c-section May 25), but she is huge already. She is going for an apt today to see how big the baby is. I am so happy for her, but a part of me is upset, frustrated, jelous etc Her first son was born at 9.3lbs, and she is already much bigger this time. Her apt today will tell the Dr. how big the baby is. So we could have a new baby in the family very soon. Its hard for me also as her husband lives in New York right now, going through dentisty. He came home for my other sisters wedding for 2 weeks in August and then we found out she was preggers. Life is so unfair sometimes.
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Posted 06 May 2012 - 08:28 PM
I have a 6 year daughter and is with the same hus. Well, at that time we didnt plan to have any kid ..I was suprised when my family doc said :" you are preg."
I havent told my daughter anything so far..I think she is to young to understand whats going on..She is keep asking me when the God's angel goona bring our baby ..I feel so down and dont know what to tell her..Life is so unfair ..
Woow Niki is only 23 , yes she looks mature for her age and she must love her profession. I like the fact that se she is really really niceeeeeeeee...
In my case , all my family member are not in Canada.Its so sad ..I feel homesick most of the time ( I have been living in Ca for 7 years )
Posted 10 May 2012 - 09:03 AM
Sorry it took me so long to respond, I have been sick with a bad cold- trying to go to work, but finally relented and took the day off today. One of my biggest stresses through all of this missing so much work. I am a teacher and it is so hard taking this much time off. I just keep telling myself, I have to do what is best for me and that I can't worry about it. Do you work?
I think when you feel ready, if ever, then you will tell your daughter. There is no sense in rushing it - especially if she wont understand.
Where are you from? Does your family back home know what you are going through now?
I too have become more optomistic since I joined this site- lets hope it works for both of us.
Posted 10 May 2012 - 10:37 PM
I am not working , I am a full time student and this is my last semester of collage ( Ofically, the last week of school is in the middle of Agust ) So , I will be kind of busy during the summer time and Im feeling a bit worried about how Im going to manage the stress.But, Im trying to be positive... bacuse the best way to handel stress its not to get more stressed ..lol
Im from East Europe and havent been back home for some time ( 4 years ) and the reason behined it is that I always find a good excuse not to go ... " It only serves to make me feel down ..' All my freind have a good job , nice life ..but Its fine I have made my deccision " Canda its the best place to raise a family" and my family comes first...
I havent told my family back home what Im going through ..I dont want them to be worried.. How about you? Have you told your sister?
My biopsy will be next week and hope its going to be in RH.
I also, hope it will work for both of us Keeping my finger crosed
Posted 13 May 2012 - 10:42 AM
Went for my day 3 yesterday (Mississauga) as it needed to be done on a Saturday. then i go back starting Friday for monitoring and hopefully transferring shortly after that.
I didn't tell my family for a long time, but being such a close family I could only be "sick" for so long. so I did end up telling my family and I am glad I did as they are a great support. i still don't like talking about it with them though because they just don't get it.
Speak soon... Happy Mother's Day!!
Posted 16 May 2012 - 04:01 PM
Sorry, for the late replay..and Thank you!! I have been really busy ...had a deferr exam and on top of that late time classes.
I went to Mississaga on Sunday (cylcle day 18 ) as its the only clinic open that day. So , the biopsy appoitmenet is schedual for next week and my last blood work was this wensday I hate the blood work part
The family support is great bacuse they are the people you can depend and is there for comfort .But , it depends If my mom would know ...She will not agree with us (She doesnt like the idea of me going through tough times and she keeps telling me 1 child is more than enough )
Ok !! Talk to you later Bye
Posted 16 May 2012 - 05:44 PM
I understand why you wouldn't tell your mom then.
As long as your husband is supportive then at least you have him to lean on and talk to about everything.
Good luck with the biopsy- what day is it on? You will do great.
I don't like the bloodwork either, but I feel like its a little pain for a big gain hopefully. It is going to get harder though as now it is getting warmer out and I am wearing T-shirts. Sometimes I bruise and I look like a drug addict and I don't want people asking questions. I just really hope this is the last round! I go on Friday to start the monitoring until I ovulate then we book the transfer. I know it's getting closer but it still seems like such a long wait. I find waiting the hardest part.
Keep me posted on your progress.
Bye for now.
Posted 17 May 2012 - 12:46 PM
Posted 17 May 2012 - 07:37 PM
We'll talk over the weekend- enjoy it, it is going to be great weather.
Posted 19 May 2012 - 12:31 AM
Posted 19 May 2012 - 07:46 PM
I go on Monday also now for blood and ultrasound. What time is your apt? Even though I hate going early I find the trick with the weekends there is to get the earliest apt possible because then they aren't backed up so you don't end up waiting forever.
Posted 19 May 2012 - 10:09 PM
Keep me posted Bye
Posted 21 May 2012 - 07:24 AM
So my sister had her baby yesterday. I spent most of the day at the hospital. My nephew was born via c-section at a whopping 11lbs1oz. He is very cute but HUGE.
Good luck with your biopsy today and let me know how it goes!! Will your daughter be going in with you?
Posted 21 May 2012 - 09:59 PM
My appoitment went well despite the long wating time. My DD came with me , she was not feeling well and she was wating for me in the wating area. Today's biopsy was't painful at all ( my body got used to it easly since is my sec time..)The next step, have to call the clinic in my cycle day 1 to book the cd3 app .
Short question,what grade of school do you teach?
Byee hope you had a nice long weekend
Posted 22 May 2012 - 06:24 AM
I teach grade 6 at a school in Richmond Hill.
Do you work? I can't remember.
I am at the clinic almost every day this week . Until I ovulate then I start more meds The transfer should be next week is my guess.