About Me: Female, 50, Salem, OR, member since Nov 2007
42 year old, single elementary school teacher, ttc for 2 months. I always thought I'd be married by now and since I"m not, I've chosen to use ds and have a child. It's been my lifelong dream to be a mother. Today I'm on cd 18, 4 days post IUI and on my 2ww! (I'm with
[More] my neices in the photo) I've had the wonderful blessing of having 13 neices and nephews, now I think it's my turn to be a mother.
Hi there. I wanted to ask how you are doing? Where are you with your process? You emailed me in December last year when I came to the web first. At that time I decided to do IVF. I did 6 months of acupuncture and I am now in my first IVF. I had five eggs and four taken out and two fertilised. Unfortunatelly only one is still ok and is in stage two today - which is second day. Transfer was planned for fifth day on Tuesday but I don't know if my egg grows further. What happened to your process? I hope you did not give up. Regards Zansi
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