I am 35 years old, living with stage IV Endometriosis, possibly adenomyosis and struggled with infertility for almost 4 years. I also struggled with PPD and now struggle with PMDD. I am a mother to a son that was born at 18 weeks and too precious for this earth; and now a mother to a son born in August 2011. By journaling here, I hope to benefit both for myself and for others that are dealing with this disease and fertility struggles. Thanks for visiting!





Thursday, July 16, 2009

Baseline-check

Baseline apt seemed to go well. I didn't get a call, so, all is good to go tomorrow for the start of GonalF and the reduced dose of Lupron. From the ultrasound, I didn't see ANY mass on my right ovary! Hmmmm. They didn't say anything about it either. Woot! It was a good bit bigger than the other though. I don't know what the reason for that is. But, I'm wondering if this ovary will be productive!!! Looking forward to next week's first ultrasound on Weds (only bw on Mon) to see!

Short and sweet post from the blackberry. Getting ready for the week ahead and the multiple injections. I'm ready for the transfer already! ;)

9 comments:

kerri said...

congrats on getting the green light to start stimming! tomorrow is our followup scan to see how our follies are growing! hoping for ER next week :)

can't wait to hear how your next scan goes!

Billy said...

Yay to starting with stims!
(cyclesista)

JellyBelly said...

sending you good luck vibes!!!

Yaya said...

Good luck!

Barefoot said...

Hooray for the good baseline! Good luck with the oh-so-fun multiple shot phase of your cycle.....

What IF? said...

Great news on the go-ahead to start stims and the non-visible mass. Thinking of you lots after everything you've been through, and sending good vibes your way for a great cycle and lots of good quality eggs.

Jeanne said...

Allison,

Good luck!!

Jeanne

Benny said...

Sending good thoughts your way! I am so anxious to start the stimming I am driving my husband insane!

Faith said...

Great news -- hope the shots are going well. Hopefully we won't be too far behind you!