I thought we were going to be parents quickly. Like everyone else. I started taking prenatals, counting the days, take my temperature in the morning and chart it. Never did I imagine, I would be here 3 years later, childless and just having another surgery to remove my remaining tube. No more miracles for us, at least not without serious medical intervention. More medical help than ever imagined. I’ve had numerous surgeries, an IVF cycle and a FET cycle, both yielded a brief pregnancy. Now we have to wait for the recovery from this surgery before moving forward again. I have stage 4 endometriosis. One of the worst cases my surgeon has ever seen. This disease spreads fast in some cases. Mine is one of them. This has been an incredible struggle, mentally, physically, emotionally and financially. I’m lucky to have the support of my wonderful husband, my parents and very few friends who have stuck by me. I welcome all of my new #endosisters out there. Thank you for letting me into your lives through Facebook and Twitter.
We have an appointment with the Reproductive Immunologist on April 2nd. Less than 2 weeks away. I am excited tohear what he has to say this time. I can’t think of how long it’s been since we were there (2010). He wanted to do another test then, so I am assuming there will be another month or two of preparations before we can use our last embryo.