Thursday, April 23, 2009

So the rollercoaster ride continues...

Sorry it has been a while since I posted an update but my Mother in Law was visiting, and the computer is in our spare room where she was staying and I just didn't get a moment to get on there.

So they have decided that I have ovulatory disfunction. Mainly that I tend to ovulate too early, which means that the uterine lining and hormone levels are not ready for pregnancy when the fertilized egg tries to implant, thus pregnant but inevitable miscarriage.

So the solution for this is to take over chemically the whole ovulation process and do a complete cycle with insemination to give us the best odds. RE says this creates a better ovulation and better egg quality.

So the way this works is that I have been taking synarel since Saturday to shut my ovaries down, so there is no chance they can do anything before the Dr wants them to.

Once I get my period, I am supposed to start shots of FSH or Gonal F, then after 7 days have daily ultrasounds to monitor the progress of the follicles. Once they are mature, then I get an HCG shot to stimulate ovulation, and have sex and insemination and hopefully success!

So here I am 7 days away from when Aunt Flo is supposed to arrive and I have already screwed up the whole process. I got a positive pregnancy test this morning. oh no...

So I went to have blood work this morning and will get the results tomorrow. So RE had me stop the synarel until we figure out if this is a go or not.

I am not too hopeful, feel like I will probably miscarry this pregnancy too, since I ovulated 5 day early this month. Guess I just have to wait and pray....

6 comments:

Tracy said...

oh, praying for you!!! Stick baby, stick!

Living With Loss said...

I have my fingers tightly crossed for you.

The Closet Therapist said...

Goodness that was fast! I hope this will not be a miscarriage but your miracle little baby! I'm hoping with you!

Astrid said...

I am SO hoping with every fiber of my being that this is the one that works out. And if not, at least you have a diagnosis and plan B that sounds promising.

A said...

I really hope that this works for you!!! You never know, maybe some of the hormones will help out and make this one stick and survive!

Lorink said...

I have everything crossed for you! I hope this sticks!