I'm trying not to freak but I can't wait for Thursday to get here already! I had a little nausea this morning but nothing big. Still feeling tired though. I just want to make sure everything is ok. Ugh.
Hey Lady, I'm going food shopping in a minute.....Did you have a second beta? Joanna from NH sent me a slip to get my beta checked again, It was down to 37 last Monday, I Ovulated 3 days ago and BD'd, maybe I am pg already...lol I go for a beta tomorrow, I'm feeling back to normal I'm so excited for you, 30,000 is really high, did you transfer 1 or 2? Maybe twins? Good luck honey, Keep me posted!
I am sure everything is fine love! Now is the time to relax and enjoy the little live(s) inside of you =D. We are all rooting for you and hoping for our own BFP. You are another triumphant winner against fertility! So you go girl and just stay positive :)
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