We are finally here!
14 days after my cycle started, and if we we're doing an IVF round, this would have been the day that we extracted my eggs and Thomas' swimmers.
Instead we have 5 beautiful littles just waiting there for us and Thomas and I will be pain free for the next few days.
So, here is what happens this time round with the FET.
I continue on with my baby aspirin.
I continue on with the estrogen every 6 hours, but now I am doing 4 mg every 6 hours instead of the 2 mg, 4 mg, 2 mg, 4 mg cycle I was doing the last 3 days since they increased it on Friday.
I stop the Lupron shot in my stomach.
I start the Progesterone shot in my rear.
I start taking the prednisone pill 3 times a day for the next 5 days. I had forgotten why I take prednisone and it is because it is an anti-inflammatory, but it also suppresses the immune system, which we want so that my body won't attack those littles that we will be transferring in.
And this means that Saturday is the day!
Nov14th at 10 am, we will be adventuring in to start our family.
There is no procedure really that I have to do that day other then having a full bladder so that when they insert the catheter to transplant the embryos, they can see where they are putting them.
My uterine lining looks great measuring 14.02 mm. They wanted over 12mm, so I am right on track!
You can see the lining which looks like lips between the 2 blue little plus signs.
Here are all 4 of my ultrasounds. 2 of the uterus and 1 of each ovary. My ovaries are nice and quiet which is what we want for FETs.
Again, just that God would give Jeff the wisdom with which ones to thaw out and how many. We have had conversations with him, but we trust him implicitly and can't wait to find out what our number is on Saturday morning! It will be as much of a surprise for us as it will be for you!
Here's to another Kucera Adventure!