So Terrell turned 42 this weekend and I did this layout to tell her how we were thinking of her. She certainly doesn't look 42. Happy Birthday Sweetie.
Okay so onto the IVF, for those interested in how we went. Well to start with we thought we had 9 eggs collected and then when I spoke to the Lab they said they got 10, good good!! Then she said they were able to inject 7 of those 10, even better. But the next morning when I heard from her she said that only one of them had fertilised so we only have one to put in today. But you know what they say, "IT ONLY TAKES ONE TO GET PREGNANT" So still crossing everything.
We were dissapointed because we thought this time we would finally get some to freeze hence saving the high dose injections for the next cycle but I guess that's the way the cookie crumbles. I have had a worse time of it as far as being sore in the belly after the operation and am hoping that will leave me alone soon.
Michael only has 2 night shifts left and then he is on holidays for 3 weeks so we will be spending a lot of time together and trying to keep him occupied, he does get very bored on holidays, he's such a workaholic LOL.
Okay well gotta go and wake him up so we can go have our embryo put in. Maybe I'll take the camera and take a photo of the fertilised egg on the screen before they do the procedure. Watch this space LoL
Okay update time, here are the two pics we took of the screen before they did the transfer. It is at the 6 cell stage according to the embryologist. Looks like more to me but she's the scientist so not gonna argue the point.
Crossing everything that this one sticks. We'll know by the 18th August.
Have a great sunday all!