Sorry I didn't post sooner. This work week has me pretty tired in the evenings. We had our second beta (pregnancy test) on Monday. I went in before school for bloodwork and planned to call the message system for results when we got home from work that night. Plans changed...
Sunday evening I was checking out the girls because they're tender and changing a little. As I'm doing this, I notice a lump. Of course I immediately think of guilianna from E news who found out she had breast cancer during IVF. I have my mother-in-law, the PA, check it out for me too (another perk of living here!). She said I should have it checked just in case.
So, after my bloodwork on my drive to school, I called to see if I could get in to have a breast exam. They got back to me right away and said I could get in at 11:00. So, I had to leave school again, my poor kids and staff, I'm not sure if they like me very much lately. I got over there and the doctor asked why I was in and checked the computer seeing that I had just told the nurse I had felt a lump and that I was pregnant. I said, "well I was on Friday. We just did IVF and I had my 2nd beta this morning, but I'm not sure how the numbers are yet." He right away said he could look it up for me, it would be in the computer. I wanted to scream, NOOOOOOO! This is something I'd like to check in the privacy of my car or home in case it's not good news. There was no stopping him, he already had it open.
Second beta was 5479 which is a nice rise and on track! He checked out the lump and said it's nothing to worry about and I should concentrate on my pregnancy. I will have it looked at again in about a month.
I ran to my car to listen to the message and same news. They were happy in the rise in numbers and said we could schedule an ultrasound in 2-3 weeks. What? Excuse me, I thought they would be checking me before that, a few times. I guess I'm not there first patient so I should trust them, but we hate to be waiting again. I will continue all my same meds and patiently await our ultrasound.
Keep the prayers coming. One more step closer, but a long ways to go. Thanks and love you all!