Here I am, 13p5dt and I had my beta yesterday. I was up at 2:30 am and couldn’t get back to sleep. Nervous, and a bit anxious to find out what had happened this cycle. Tossed and turned and I finally got up at 5:30. Way too early if I don’t have to work but the animals were happy and they got an early breakfast.
I tried to keep busy til I left for the clinic. Playing games, watching tv…also indulged in a bit of breakfast. By 630, I guess I fell asleep and woke up half hour later eagerly springing into action. The morning was beautiful and helped put my soul at ease. What was going to happen? I waited for 3 years to possibly have treatment work for me. Let’s do this! I arrive in vancouver after an hour commute ( I now know why hubby hates it) and go in for my bloodwork. Easy peasy and I ask when the results will be ready. “Drs look at them at 12:30 and then they will call you”. Out I go and head back into the suburbs but I stop to drain some time picking up last minutes gifts. On my drive home, about 1145, the Bluetooth in hubby’s car starts ringing. Call display…olive fertility. Gasp! My heart is in my throat. Ok so I pull over and answer the call. First thing the nurse asks is if I pulled over. Yes, of course I did or I’d be a disaster on the road. She continues to say that my test result came back POSITIVE!! It isn’t quite as high as they were hoping to see as it came in at 82 but it’s a step in the right direction. She said we should be “cautiously optimistic” and here we stand….back on Friday to hope my numbers have drastically climbed. I can revel in the fact after all the tears and emotional turmoil, I’m finally pregnant. A word I thought I would never use.



6 thoughts on “Update!

  1. Words cannot describe how thrilled I am for you. What’s the next step? I don’t have any experience of what happens next xxxx

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