tagged again

Jenn tagged me for this:

1. Go into your archive.
2. Find your 23rd post.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the sentence in your blog along with these instructions.
5. Tag five people to do the same.

The fifth sentence in my 23rd post is:

The first one is July 27th.
At the time, I was referring to the first available consult appointment with my RE. They called about 3 weeks later to change it to August 10th. I was really really upset about it at the time, and I’ll get upset about it again if I think about the fact that I *could* be on IUI #3 instead of #2 (or *egads* pregnant!). It turns out that July 27th was CD1.
The five people I would like to do this are: OvaGirl, Z, Sheryl, April, and zhl.

~ by Larisa on September 26, 2005.

2 Responses to “tagged again”

  1. Don’t get upset about the timing again! It’s all okay now – you’re doing what you need to be doing and hopefully will see those 2 pink lines in a few weeks. And then, you definitely won’t be upset about the change in your first doc appt. Wishing you only positive results…

  2. I know how you feel. I really grabbled with the idea of having my lap perfomed by one of the REs at my IF clinic in July vs. by a highly recommended doctor, who’d performed surgeries on good friends of mine but who wasn’t available until August. I ultimately waited until August but I can’t help thinking that if I’d had the lap in July, I would have begun (and perhaps even completed) an IVF cycle by now!

    I think Mellie is right. It doesn’t matter now. Hopefully, this is cycle will be yield the positive results you’re hoping for.

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