Wishin' -- I'm sorry about the BFN. They probably got your hopes up a little with that 4 and then left you hanging. Will you try again this month?
Angela -- I'm also sorry about your BFN. Correct me if I'm wrong, but you tried the Clomid for a boost not necessarily because there was a diagnosis of anything being off, right? How many times have you tried this go around? You are older than when you had DD, but you are still plenty young. Don't get discouraged. I haven't given up hope on you yet. Would your doctor try Femara? That might work better for you than Clomid and it's much less invasive and expensive than injectables. I hope you and DP are feeling ok.
Carmen and RS -- I'm sorry you are feeling low. I hope we can lift you up a little. Take it easy and do whatever you need to do to feel a little better. But it's ok to feel what you feel.
darth -- Some banks won't buy back vials but they will let you sell them to other women who need them. It's a more informal process, but say someone who already has a child with that donor wants to buy some more and he is sold out, they might be able to buy yours. I have heard that my bank, TSBC, did that in the past, but I have never asked about it. I hope everything goes well as you go through orientation.
outdoorsy -- Yeah on the great results! You should be moving into the TWW soon, right?
wannab -- Fingers crossed for you too! Just a few more days and you'll know.
PhotoGirl -- Good luck with having your tough talk. I haven't had to do that but it seems very important to get everything out on the table and make sure everyone is committed to the plan.
AFM -- CD4 here. I went to acupuncture yesterday, and I am back on the herbs. I asked my acupuncturist for a massage recommendation. I would like to fit that in somewhere this month. I went Saturday to take my pregnancy test. They wanted me to take a urine test which should have been easier than a blood test, but I didn't drink enough and wait long enough so I had some trouble. I got frustrated and left, and then I started crying. I felt crappy anyway with the cramps and everything, and I didn't want to take the stupid test in the first place. My wife talked me down, and that helped a lot. She said to think of this as the first step in trying this month. So I went home and drank some water and went back a few hours later. Luckily, I live 2 blocks from the hospital. That time it went better. I got my results and they were negative, of course. They gave me the Femara prescription and I started that last night. So far, so good. We'll see next week how well it works. I have all my appointments scheduled so now I just have to take it day by day.