Monday, October 4, 2010

IVF-Day 36 - 7dp5dt

Nothing new to report today. I though I had AF type cramps this morning but they were very mild it was hard to tell. Something strange did happen yesterday though. We went out on the boat to watch the speed boat races at Clearwater Beach and The Captain hit a big wave fro a huge yachts wake and completely drenched me and my MIL. Once the salt water made it through my swimsuit top my nipples started burning so bad I wanted to take off my top. That has never happened to me before. Could that be a good sign? I told him about it when we got home and he said that was the Pollard pregnancy test. Where does he come up with this stuff? He was so sweet all day trying so hard not to make the ride bumpy at all, his Dad actually told me the only time he would yell at him was if he went too fast and made it bumpy.

2 more days until I think I will have enough courage to pee on a stick. Today I am 3 weeks and 5 days pregnant so I am waiting until 4 weeks to test.

I want to say a HUGE congratulations to Laura, from A Christian's Life and IVF, she is PREGNANT! Check out her blog and give her a big congratulations. She is 2 days ahead of me in this IVF cycle and has given me a lot of hope and support.

3 lovely notes from friends:

Anonymous,  October 4, 2010 at 10:49 AM  

I'm still positive that you will get a positive in TWO MORE DAYS. I am so anxious and excited for you! Fingers crossed.

Lori B. October 4, 2010 at 12:05 PM  

I can't believe you're able to wait! It would be killing me by now but I do understand the fear thing. I'll keep praying that in two days you will get that BFP!!

Life in the UK October 4, 2010 at 1:50 PM  

The nipple thing is so funny! I must say to that mine are dark now. So weird and I am already getting nauseous. This is making me think it is twins with all these early signs?? We shall see in two weeks!! My husband and I are praying for you both. Hang in there!! Can't wait to hear how it goes!!

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