I woke up this morning still feeling terrific! And I still feel great - emotionally! The physical reactions of the puregon has started to kick in now though. I'm feeling a little nauseous and the abdominal twinges have begun.
I never tracked my other IVF rounds. I wasn't actively blogging at the time or even writing in my journal. It was enough just getting through everything. But with more time on my hands now, I am grateful to have the headspace to be able to keep a record. And it is a good excuse to take a break from the bookwork!
I'm off to a friends tonight. It is our usual first Friday of the month get together, but I'm going solo tonight. I will have to take the puregon with me and find a private spot to inject. Fortunately it will be the end of this vial so I don't have to worry about keeping everything refridgerated. A cold pack will suffice until injection time at 7 pm.
I'm still getting a little dizzy after injection. It happened the last rounds as well. But only for the first few days and it doesn't last for too long.
My babysitting has been put on hold today which is sad, but his grandmother on the other side of the family is terminally ill and collapsed this morning. The family have gone to the hospital today to be with her. I'm on standby to go and pick him up from hospital should it be needed. I wish I could say fingers crossed and everything will be alright, but I don't think it will be. It's going to be a difficult time for them and all I can do is be here ready and waiting to help if needed.
In the meantime there is bookwork to be done. And a quick break walking down the dog is needed too!