We’ve reached a decision

It’s been a few days since our visit to Dr. B, the reproductive immunologist. We had discussed it a little on the way home and again a little that evening after dinner. Then, we went about our lives as of the appointment never happened. I don’t mean this negatively. I mean, we (or rather, I) had put this discussion on hold while I was having surgeries to remove endometriosis. After we did the IVF in 2011, the leg pain started and the endo woke up, maybe even spread and told me it was there to ruin my plans! I never thought I’d ever walk hunched over like an old man! It was embarrassing and scary. Anyway! My husband and I just went about our daily obligations (work, walking and feeding the dogs, etc) because we knew what we were going to do. We were at dinner last night and we both had the same conclusion. We also both agree that this IS our last attempt and (as my hubby stated) we need to accept our fate. And then Jason Mraz, I Won’t Give Up started playing mid chorus, neither of us had heard the music before that, I giggled and told him it was a sign! Now, my wonderful husband is a private person. I respect his concerns. I’m not revealing our plans just yet, but, either way, I have to take pills and injections for a while. So, I can write about that when it begins. Of course, it would help if I knew when Aunt Flow was coming for her visit. The darn surgery threw that off, again. I can’t plan anything until that comes. Then I’ll have an idea when I can schedule certain things.
What did he say again? Skip one or two cycles? Ok, can I have a cycle, please?

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About our last embryo

I have Endometriosis, Adenomyosis and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. I've had Lyme, Bell's Palsy and the Shingles before I was 25. I've done IVF twice, with and without immunosuppression and FET. I am married to my best friend and I am Infertile.
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