Thursday, April 26, 2007

Graduation day

Oh boy, it appears the RE and I are parting ways. I think I'm having an anxiety attack.

Another gorgeous ultrasound this morning. Lots of baby movement. That kid was all over the place! just kind of hit me. I'm pregnant, as in really, really pregnant! Wow!

*breath, breath*

So, no more PIO shots. And no blood work to even confirm that when I stop its ok.

*breath, breath*

And only one more week of estrogen patches.

*breath, breath*

I don't think I'm ready. How can they just shove me away like this? Don't they know I have abandonment issues?

Ohboy, I'm not sure I'm ready for this.


  1. I totally understand where you are coming from. I am so used to the weekly wandings and extra medication that I feel completely alienated by my OB. But because we conceived on a "natural" cycle. I don't get any extra anything. It's like I'm a normal woman. Are they crazy???? Don't they know how far I am from normal???
    Ah well...I'm just thankful to have this problem to begin with.

  2. I hear you babe. How much longer until your first OB appointment? Hopefully only a few more weeks and then you'll get a heartbeat check and that will get you through for a few more weeks.

  3. Dropping by to wish you my very heartiest congratulations.

    May your next 29 weeks go just as smoothly!

  4. It is an anxiety-filled and hope-filled day when you graduate from the RE.

    Just make sure your OB knows about your "special needs" and see if you can get some extra ultrasounds... :-)

    Congrats on the squiggly baby!!!!