July 16, 2007

Disappearing Symptoms

I may have come out of my cave too soon.

Last night, after I posted, I noticed that I wasn't as tired or as nauseous as I have been in the past, and I wasn't as bloated, either. I also had some lower back pain and pelvic pain that made me a bit nervous, although it did stop after a little while and it was mild.

Then when I woke up this morning, I realized that my chest isn't nearly as sore as it had been, even when I go poking at it. And I'm still less bloated.

So far, there's been no spotting. And last time, I still had all my symptoms when the cramping and bleeding suddenly started.

I'm not quite sure what to think. I'll probably ask R when he wakes up if he's sure he gave me the PIO instead of the E2V last night, but I'm sure he did.

I'm leaving for the lab now. I have an appointment in 5 hours, so I e-mailed the clinic and asked them not to call me with the results; I want to get through that appointment and then I'll call them.

4 comments:

Anna said...

I'm so anxious for you. I reall want this to work and I'm so afraid of the alternative. Hang in there. I'm wishing you all the best, at very least good coping skills. Sending you hugs, sweetie.

Marie-Baguette said...

I have been checking out your blog regularly over the last few months. I really hope things are going to work out for you. After 2 fresh cycles, I was convinced that a FET would be a huge loss of time and money but it worked out (even worked out a little too much, but that's another story). Keep us updated. Keeping my fingers crossed for you

Nico said...

Oh, Rebecca, I am hoping so much that you didn't get yet more bad news today. Sending you BIG hugs.

grad3 said...

Rebecca, thanks for visiting my blog. I wish I could make all of this easier for you but I can't. It's a helpless feeling that I am sure you are familiar with. Just know that I understand... Post and email anytime you are ready. I will check in regularly. Hugs and more hugs...