I am expecting my pregnancy results tomorrow. I am 42 and after my husband had a vasectomy 14 years ago we have decided that we wanted another child. This is our third round with ivf and after two failed attempts I am worried about being disappointed again. Have been wondering if the symptoms that I feel sore and swollen breasts tired etc is really symptoms of pregnancy or the nasty hormone progesterone that I am taking!! Help......has anyone else felt this way??
Had six blast embryos transferred on 5/1.
Just wanted to tell you I really hope you get a positive tomorrow :). I have seen ladies with lots of symptoms get a bfp, and ladies with zero symptoms get a bfp. I sure hope that the 3rd time is a charm!!!
May I ask how old your other children are??
Thank you both so much for the good wishes! My children are 15, 14 ,14. Our twins were a big surprise! Wow am I solo nervous! Have to get blood work at 9:30 and then wait for them to call me!! Ugh. Trying to remain calm!! Not happening.
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