Oh My God. How are you girls doing? I am currently 8 days post transfer and yesterday i had the worst HEARTBURN EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I truly thought i was having a heart attack or something. It felt like my midsection was on fire. I was so scared. I kept hopeing that my left arm would'nt go numb. Everyone always tells me i am so dramatic, and EXTREME. But i have never felt anything like it before and i am quite familiar with heartburn. It was hard for me to lay down , i could not find a position of comfort for anything in the world girls! I finally told my husband to get me a glass of milk and it took it's time working but i did not know what else to do. I was even scared to go to sleep.....lol! It's funny now but last night it was so scary... Has anyone ever felt this?
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