renavoo!! i have every finger and toe crossed. sounds like those embryos defrosted perfectly and to have two beautiful blasts to transfer!!! i'm envious! make sure you get the rest you need, this is going to be great!
belly, can't wait to hear how the lining check went! i am sure the flu shot was fine, it will keep you healthy this flu season. thinking great thoughts for you!
blue, packing can wait! are you excited? it's so close now, i'm sure you're more than ready to take the next steps. ps, the thought of abby on a treadmill makes me giggle. but i can't think of a better way to get out some excess energy.
kewpie, thanks for the info. i can't tell if i'm being a hypochondriac or if it's actually possible that i could have it? i just have so many other symptoms (other than the cysts) that i have to wonder?
afm, thanks for the affirmations ladies! at my clinic i am seen by a whole group of doctors, all of whom I like and are very sweet and sympathetic. the one who i am meeting with tuesday is also the one we first met with at our orientation. she's sort of the head RE of the group. she's very professional and a bit stiff, but i think she's nice and i hope that i can get beyond my intimidation and have a real talk with her. i suspect a lot of women don't ask about numbers, because the nurses always seemed surprised when i want to know my levels, so i am curious as well if my dr is going to be open about my numbers and hormone levels, etc.
i am feeling slightly better (only cried twice today!) and i have a really fun weekend ahead of me. i'm headed to momofuku noodle bar (amazing restaurant in nyc) for their chicken dinner (took eight weeks to get the reservation!) and it should be a foodie adventure. we're crashing at my sister's apartment in brooklyn for the night and then going to a family friend's surprise bday party the next day. i can't imagine that momofuku fried chicken dinner is going to be weight watchers friendly, but i suppose i can save all my points for that meal. heheh