Aura, that's a great report on you embies! Sounds like you are going to have some great ones to transfer and freeze! Woo-hoo!
Blueeyezz, I woke up twice and the first time they gave me more of something and out I went, but the last time the nurse just grabbed my hands (I think because I was saying it hurts), but there was no more knocking me out. I am very sore. I just woke up, but feel like I could go back to sleep again.
Deborah, do they always have to intubate you for ER? I didn't know they had to do that for ER. I hate that. I had surgery in January to have my ankle reconstructed and they intubated me. My throat was soooo sore after so I can completely relate.
AFM: I don't know when ET is. I am supposed to be a day 3, but he said depends on how the embryos look and based on my last 2 IVF cycles and the quality that he may do a day 2. I didn't even realize day 2 transfers were done, but apparently it's not uncommon. I am pretty sure I won't be a day 5 since history has shown that my embryos start crashing between day 3 and day 5.
I woke up once in the bedroom and could hear something out side the bedroom door. I said "Piper" (my dog's name) and she got up and stuck her nose as far as she could under the door. I went back to sleep and woke up again a few hours later and she was still there. I asked my step-daughter, Ashlynn, to please let her in and she laid down beside my side of the bed. Ashlynn said "she's been lying outside the door since you got home. Wouldn't even come for a treat". Now that's love. I think she was worried about me. :)