Earlier this week, I had another check-up to make sure my body is responding to the meds. You'll remember from my previous post that my Lupron dosage was lowered and we introduced Estrace into my system. *Side note: I have felt so much better since that change.* The ultrasound determined that my uterine lining is building up nicely. In fact, I even impressed the tech; she looked at her screen and said, "You have some very pretty endometrium. Oh, this is nice." Initially, such compliments were awkward (I was laying on an exam table afterall) -- then the awkardness gave way to flattery, "Why yes I do have some pretty endometrium, thank you." My husband was not nearly as impressed when I shared this news with him. My lining measured at 12mm; ideal for implantation is between 7mm and 14mm. So, look at me grow. :) And maybe this can explain the slightly
C also had a check-up this week, same day as mine I think. All her levels are where they are supposed to be, and she began her (ovary) stimulation injections today. The doctors will begin investigating her ovaries every other day starting next week. At that time, we will have a more definitive date for her egg retrieval and then the transfer.
For now, both C and I are right on track; the fertility clinic is happy with us; we are moving right along. It's almost surreal to think that I will be on a jet plane bound for the transfer in less than 2 weeks. That takes my breath away.