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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Turning Around

Things are beginning to turn around for me. I'm feeling a lot better and have gotten over the initial coping stage of my loss. It always takes so time to be able to look at the other side of things. Adrian and I had a good teary chat yesterday that helped me a lot. It's amazing to have someone to talk to.

My water broke on Saturday morning. Thankfully I was at home and near my master bathroom. I had a ton of fluid and was still leaking some up until Monday morning. I've been feeling my cervix dilate off and on, but have yet to pass anything from my uterus. I have one more day of the progesterone cream, so it may be another 5 days before I see any results. Hopefully everything will pass as quickly as possible so I can get on with the next cycle. On day 3-7 of my next cycle I'll be taking 40 mg of Soy Isoflavones to help induce proper ovulation. If I ovulate properly I'll be able to avoid another molar pregnancy.

I have also gotten back on my vitamin and supplements regimen that I was on before. I'm already feeling stronger. The pregnancy cravings are slowly tapering off, but I still feel some of the effects of the weird hormones, especially when I'm around a baby.

Overall things are looking up again. I can't wait to get started on my next cycle so we can begin trying for our miracle baby. I'm not giving up for 2008 yet.



Christina said...

I am so sorry that you are going through all of this. I am continually praying for your "miracle baby" as well.

Korey said...

I'm glad you had a nice chat with Adrian. I can't imagine having to go through what you are. Franklin and I are always praying for you!

Lauren said...

I don't know if I ever told you this, or if you ever read when I wrote about it in the past, but did you know that I'm a miracle baby?

My mom was told she could never have kids. I'm not sure the exact reason, but it was something with her uterus. She was 23 and my dad was 21 when her and my dad got married. She got pregnant with me when she was 36-- 13 years later. She didn't even know she was pregnant until she was 8 months, because she overweight and she never had regular cycles, her entire life. But, then I came along. ;)

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