As you can (possibly) see there are two buns in this particular oven.
Of course, there's a long way to go. But whatever happens now, it will be a story about a full or partial pregnancy and not a story of infertility. So this will be my last post.
I like to think that, had treatment been unsuccessful, I had reached the point of being able to greet that with contentment. But there's no way of knowing if that's true.
The most stressful times were the extensions and uncertainties about the wait at IVF Wales, and the unpleasant doctor there. BCRM was wonderful.
My 'tips' for anyone in a similar situation:
- just let yourself feel the way you feel: there is no right way to approach these matters
- try not to plan ahead or to depend on ay particular future result - this will save you stress
- only talk to people who make you feel better - you don't owe anyone anything
- enjoy as much of your life as you can, embrace current and new hobbies and relationships - you can't make a baby happen or grow in a particular way; you can live the life you have been given to the full.