IVF, here we come!

Another sad trombone: BFN. But you know what, I’m doing all that I can and it is what it is. Nothing I can do to change it now and there’s nothing I could have done to change the outcome.

I’ll strong arm the RE into doing the beta today (thanks IF crossroads!) and stop progesterone immediately. Good bye Clomid! God bye IUIs!  Let’s get this IVF show on the motha effing road!

We’re baby bound!

9 responses to “IVF, here we come!

  1. A

    LOVE the attitude, HATE the bfn 😦 I agree- let’s be baby bound!!!

  2. I’m sorry you got a bfn. What made you move to ivf instead of considering injectables?

  3. RachieD

    REALLY hope the IVF does the job for you and kicks that IF in the ass. xxx

  4. Myndi

    Sorry about the bfn, but bring on the next step! My experience has been that IVF rocks. Good luck!

  5. I really hate doing this, but I’m going to point you in the direction of my blog (Honestly, I never do this). I noticed that you’re unexplained, like me. I just had a relatively new tx done that was rather inexpensive (compared to IVF). I won’t be insulted if you think I’m a nut case, or even if you don’t bother to read my blog. But, maybe you want to try somthing less invasive and cheaper before you take that IVF route ??

    I’m sorry about your BFN. It sux, and I definitely feel your pain. It’s so damn frustrating!

  6. Mrs. Raspberry

    Wow – what an inspiration you are for other women having trouble trying to conceive! 🙂 You’re amazing!

    I am so sorry about your BFN, but I’ve got good feelings about the IVF for you!!!! Can’t wait to read all about it.

    PS) Found you through WP.com’s Tag Surfer 🙂

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After nearly 3 years of TTC and the help of ART, we got pregnant on our 5th IVF/FET transfer after IVF #2. Our beautiful fraternal twin boys were born on 7/15/11 at 37w0d.

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