E didn't sleep well overnight- it was Judgement Day this morning and as such she was anxious. Today is day 21, cycle 1 IUI. I gave her morning jab of Cetrotide and then we left early for the hospital because of terrible traffic and even worse parking last week! But the journey and parking was … Continue reading An almost tear of joy…
I've been thinking. Yes, I know- got to be careful! Could short circuit my small male brain. Anyway. E period started- never has she been so happy! We're booked in tomorrow am for a scan pre stim treatment. We are finally on the fertility ladder! Anyway again. Should I have got a second opinion about … Continue reading Should I have double checked?
When we told our family what Dr X had said to us in our first fertility appointment regarding the Chilean sperm available, pretty much all were shocked and disgusted that it was even suggested. We, too were initially shocked, but then became quite amused by the suggestion. As mentioned in an earlier post, euphemisims are … Continue reading Searching for Pablo
I'm embarrased to say I'm on catch up here, because I haven't been so prolific in my research, unlike E. From setting up this blog and then my new Twitter account (@ukfertility), I've come across lots of new acronyms which E straightaway told me what they were: AF- Aunt Flo(w)- period BFN- Big Fast Negative … Continue reading Learning some new lingo
Us men are very good at coming up with euphemisms. 'Bun in the oven' 'Going for a slash' 'A little bit of how's your father' 'Hop on the good foot on do the bad thing' There's a 100 plus more where they came from. (see Gregology). We are generally prudish about issues regarding the sexual … Continue reading ‘Shooting blanks’