BBy - So sorry to hear your news! A false positive-- how mean. Better luck to you next time, whenever you feel up for it!
JustAnotherJenny - Do you know when it works to POAS? I was thinking it had to be at least after a couple weeks, but it sounds like it's sooner than that?
Congratulations, Heart!! So happy and excited for you!!
Friederike - Fun that you got to pick a new donor! I heard from one of my close friends, and of course read, that sometimes it's best to just switch it up with donors. Personal chemistry, and all. We did that on this last round. I just felt in my gut that the other donor wasn't working out, even though he looked so good on paper. I hope this one works for you!
Lizbian - Glad your donor became available for you!!
Afm-- I'm just 7 dpo and past our at-home inseam. And I am so. damn. tired. Today I'm just wiped out, and I slept 9 hours last night. I even fell asleep on the couch for a while, just catching up on this blog!! I stopped doing the progesterone suppositories, after that one made my cootch feel so terrible. So, for a few days, things down there felt fine and normal. And then yesterday, it started feeling itchy again, and today I think I do have a yeast infection. As uncomfortable as that is, I get yeast infections easily-- when my body chemistry is changed. Years ago, when I went off birth control (depo provera), I got a yeast infection every time I had AF for quite a while, since my body wasn't used to having periods. So, I'm taking this as a good sign-- maybe something in my body chemistry is changing...? !!! When should I POAS? I haven't yet, because I was sure this is too early and didn't want to waste them.