Kewpie, that is superb news about things! It's nice to know that things are stable, so now all you need to do is keep doing what you are doing. I hope the month flies by and then you go back for your next appointment and get some more great news. Love the pics! Ha ha, I wonder, when they move, if they do it in one big shift or if they just inch their way into their new positions.
Belly, I've got everything crossed-- those little embies are strong ones, for sure. I hope you get really good news about them tomorrow!
Blue, yay for triggering tonight and the ER on Saturday!
Renavoo, when a person calls my clinic, you have to leave a message and then they get back to you within 24 hours, depending on what the issue is they might try to call back the same day... So, what I'll do is try to ask to speak to a nurse when we pick up the req tomorrow morning. Can't wait to hear your update on the second beta test tomorrow... I wonder if they will tell you if they suspect it is twins, if things are more than doubling?
Purple, I'm glad you had a better day.
Deborah, hopefully eating beforehand does the trick and you don't have to deal with nasty side effects as more (or at the very least, as much as you have been).
Lyndi, that's scary about the spotting. It's really unfortunate that the nurse spoke to you like she did, it is totally unacceptable to treat people that way, especially when they are in a situation where reassurrance, compassion and caring support is so vital. I hope you are taking it easy, and best of luck in resolving things... I hope you never have to deal with her, or someone like her, ever again!
Have a good night everyone!