Why does it have to be so hard?

Hobbesy has said it all in her blog. At the moment it feels like it will be a miracle if we get to egg collection on Wednesday. It feels like a real curve ball as our minds were focussed on the stressful times from egg collection to HPT. We thought once the bulk of the injections were over and the planned EC date was in sight, Hobbesy’s needle hell would be coming to an end. And I suppose, so would the feeling of waiting, holding our breaths.  At least there would be some embryos for us to focus on.

Having to wait till Monday to even know if we get that far, is real torture. And I know the thought of starting again, is particularly distressing for Hobbesy. The idea that she may need to continue on suprecur for a while if the cycle is abandoned, is too much to bear.

So we’re both feeling rather low.

I hope a good night’s sleep on both sides has made things seem a bit brighter.

And… at least we struggled through the anxieties of yesterday together, and even though the journey to and from the clinic (especially with both little Hobbesies in tow) makes for a long day, at least we’re not alone with it. If I had to play this waiting game with somebody, I can’t think of a better person to do it with!

Hang in there sweetie. We’ll get there. Last night Mr DG even texted me in capitals “IT WILL ALL BE OK!”

~ by drownedgirl on May 12, 2007.

One Response to “Why does it have to be so hard?”

  1. I’m sorry this is so tough. And it’s so hard that it’s so tough when it could be so good, you just don’t know which way you are going to go. At least it sounds as if your clinic is handling this very responsibly and ensuring the health of both of you.

    Btw if hobbesy hates needles, why isn’t she sniffing synarel rather than injecting suprecur for suppression?

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