Mrs. McIrish, thinking of you and hoping you are faring well

Mrs. McIrish, thinking of you and hoping you are faring well

Joined: October 22nd, 2010, 7:15 am

February 27th, 2013, 4:18 am #1

I know that you have had a lot going on in your life, and I just wanted to check in on you to see how your body and your heart are doing.

I hope you'll still come here anytime you want to vent, or think, or just want to connect with someone who may understand where you are.

Sending huge hugs to you.
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CocoBoston
CocoBoston

February 27th, 2013, 4:52 pm #2

I'm new to the board, but your story has grabbed many hearts and minds. I hope you are faring well.
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Joined: September 13th, 2008, 5:13 pm

February 27th, 2013, 7:53 pm #3

I know that you have had a lot going on in your life, and I just wanted to check in on you to see how your body and your heart are doing.

I hope you'll still come here anytime you want to vent, or think, or just want to connect with someone who may understand where you are.

Sending huge hugs to you.
And hoping you're finding some peace as this chapter of your ttc comes to a conclusion. Take care, Maggie (in VA)
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Mrs. McIrish
Mrs. McIrish

February 28th, 2013, 7:56 pm #4

I know that you have had a lot going on in your life, and I just wanted to check in on you to see how your body and your heart are doing.

I hope you'll still come here anytime you want to vent, or think, or just want to connect with someone who may understand where you are.

Sending huge hugs to you.
Beta is down to 32 and the bleeding is over. Hoping it will be down to zero next week. I''m just sad and have avoided people. Just easier staying home and not having to deal with it. Avoidance? I'm good at that. Have to see DH's family tomorrow and know I will cry as soon as they mention it and say "sorry". We have a realtor coming over today to talk about selling our house in "kid-alley"....
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Joined: March 31st, 2008, 2:24 pm

February 28th, 2013, 11:05 pm #5

I too have been wondering how you are doing. Please don't close your heart to the possibility of being a parent. I understand financially and emotionally it is hard to consider but just remember that after 3 very good donors I had zero luck with I did get pregnant 3 out of 4 trys with donor embryos. Demby cycles are also a lot cheaper.
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Mrs. McIrish
Mrs. McIrish

March 1st, 2013, 1:01 am #6

Are you using DS for your next cycle? Did you use it for your November cycle?
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THK
THK

March 1st, 2013, 4:33 am #7

Hi Mrs McIrish,
things are still so fresh for you right now. Perhaps let the dust settle for a while and then see how you feel.
I made a major decision last year based somewhat on financial and emotional factors that I thought was the right one. Now things have changed and its too late... I can't help but wonder...
I'm just saying care for yourself right now in all the ways you know how, let some time pass, and then see how you feel.
I know its hard I really do. But tread water for a bit, thinking of you petal, best, THK
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Joined: March 31st, 2008, 2:24 pm

March 1st, 2013, 11:08 pm #8

no we never used DS just donor eggs and donor embryos. We had the whole sperm panel done and his boys were fine but they just don't seen to mix with my DNA for some reason. I never got pregnant once (except for the beta of 6 at CNY) with any eggs(includeing mine) DH sperm touched. I have read some about this where if the DNA has too many like factors it inhibits implantation, sort of a natural selection thing for preventing family inbreeding. We are not related but this was the only explaination I could find.My DH has a set of naturally concieved B/G twins that are 14yrs old. We are over the genetic connection to a child and are fine with donor embryos. you still get profiles to look over and can pick hair, eyes and preferred medical history.When I saw the US pics of our donor embryo babies I couldn't have loved them more.I think we finally got all of my problems fixed and them our DD passed at 10 weeks from trisomy 21. So I think with a normal embryo we can finally be successful.
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Joined: September 6th, 2007, 1:40 am

March 2nd, 2013, 4:53 am #9

Beta is down to 32 and the bleeding is over. Hoping it will be down to zero next week. I''m just sad and have avoided people. Just easier staying home and not having to deal with it. Avoidance? I'm good at that. Have to see DH's family tomorrow and know I will cry as soon as they mention it and say "sorry". We have a realtor coming over today to talk about selling our house in "kid-alley"....
I'm sure it's going to be tough for a long time. It's a grief process and that has not set amount of time. Be kind to yourself. I hope you will find peace and comfort as soon as you are able.
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Joined: June 2nd, 2007, 7:45 am

March 2nd, 2013, 6:46 am #10

Hi Mrs McIrish,
things are still so fresh for you right now. Perhaps let the dust settle for a while and then see how you feel.
I made a major decision last year based somewhat on financial and emotional factors that I thought was the right one. Now things have changed and its too late... I can't help but wonder...
I'm just saying care for yourself right now in all the ways you know how, let some time pass, and then see how you feel.
I know its hard I really do. But tread water for a bit, thinking of you petal, best, THK
I can't imagine what that must be like...
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