Both embryos survived the thawing process, so they are able to refreeze the one we didn't transfer. Yay! The one we did transfer is a grade A, which is great!
The last cycle my parents brought me Steak & Shake for lunch while I was on bed rest. Being superstitious, that's what I ate yesterday, down to the same banana milkshake! Today I am eating another meal I had last time too - a grilled chicken baked potato from McAlister's deli. Call me crazy, but I know it worked last time so why not try it again. On the note of crazy: I have had a cough for about a week. now, so every time I cough I cross my legs like I'm trying to hold the embryo in, ha!
It was weird being back there yesterday. I had to tell quite a few people about the girls. Most assumed that since I was back so soon after last transfer that it didn't work. They were all great and supportive though. Once again my heart rate & blood pressure were high because of the anxiety. Good thing they give you a Valium before the transfer takes place. As anxious as I was, I felt like an old pro.
Praying my body feels like an old pro too and helps the embryo implant. The waiting begins . . .
|Drinking my water to have a full bladder for the transfer.|
|Yummy banana milkshake in bed|
|Waiting to go back for the transfer.|
|Our grade A embryo.|