Well the line on FRER is even lighter today. I didn’t even bother with EPT or CBED. I am pretty sure this is the end. I would hold out hope if today’s line was the same as yesterday’s but no such luck. Lest you think I’m exaggerating, here, see for yourself:
I don’t even think the camera can pick up today’s line – that’s how faint is it. And you might not even be able to see yesterday’s line, but I’m a pro by now because I’ve been staring at it for more than 24 hours. See? When I said faint, I meant faint.
I’ll continue my meds today but if tomorrow’s line is completely gone, I’m stopping all meds.
I’ve already emailed my new RE to tell him we’re ready to get started with IVF #2. September will be testing month and we’ll begin IVF #2 in October. I do have hope for our next cycle. New beginnings with a new RE, new tests, new protocol.
Thanks for all your well wishes, but better luck next time. I bet you’re all shitting your pants just like I am. Like how in the world would 4 embryos NOT work? I’m sure many of you thought I was nuts when I told we you put back 4. Hell, I thought I was nuts! Ah, what are you gonna do? It is what it is.
We’ll hopefully learn more about why none of our 9 embies have stuck as we complete testing this month. I’ve always had a hunch that I have an immune issue. I read somewhere once that immune issues could be caused by excess antibiotics early in life. I had many bladder and ear infections as a child so I took lots of antibiotics. I also had several rounds of strep in college, which of course were treated by antibiotics. Let’s see. Let the testing begin!