Once we got to the office, they put us in a room to change into our scrubs and hospital gown. I didn't realize the transfer was so sterile, because the IUIs weren't and it's a very similar process. We joked around a little bit but I feel like there was a lot of silence as we just waited and wondered. The woman doing a transfer before us didn't have a full enough bladder, so we went ahead of her. We had to wait a bit in the OR (same room the retrieval took place) before the doctor came in, and I was ready to know what we had.
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So, I've got two embryos inside of me (or maybe one or none). It's weird not to know if they're still growing, dividing, and getting ready to implant. So, we wait. I'm working from home for a few days (milking it for what I can), and then I'm heading to NYC on Sunday for a little girls trip, where they've told me they will force me to rest. I mean, it's not like they are going to fall out! My beta test is the morning after I return from NYC, so that should help the last few days of the dreaded two week wait go by more quickly. I'm at peace about it all. Obviously, I dread another negative pregnancy test, but I know that we've done all we can and now we just need to trust.
*Fingers crossed, prayers continuing, keeping the faith*