Tuesday, September 12, 2006

CD16 - I'm triggered

So I triggered last night about 30 seconds before we left to go to the Redskins game. Our friends were actually waiting downstairs for us when we did it and our dog was bouncing around on the bed. DH is such a pro with a steady hand that I didn't even feel it at all!

We tailgated and had fun with our friends...but I am not a fan of all of the drunken freaks and second-hand smoke. I'm lobbying to go to fewer games next year and do club level. ;)

Anyway I'll start PIO (AM) and suppositories (PM) on Wednesday. Then go back in on Friday for bloodwork. And then Saturday morning is the big day! Our embryo transfer is currently scheduled for 9:30am but that will get pushed back if the RE needs to do any time-sensitive retrievals. I'm turning into a valium junkie and can't wait to take it!! :P

I was planning to host a wine club event at my house on Saturday, but now I'm thinking I need to postpone it. At first I thought I could ask my DH and the co-host to handle most everything (so I could lounge around), but it's probably better to postpone it. Although I can't really do it until October...

And my beta will probably be scheduled for 9/30, but we'll be out of town -- debating whether to push it earlier (and risk being sad for our mini-vacation with friends) or wait until after the trip (which is really really late 17dp3dt)...

3 comments:

serenity said...

Yay for the trigger! Funny, my beta will probably be on 9/30 as well - I'm gone for the weekend too. I think I'd prefer to know later rather than sooner. Hopefully you can come to a decision that you're happy with!!!

I am SO crossing my fingers for you, girl.

Southern Comfortable said...

I'm glad the husband is such a pro with a needle! Wow. I'll be thinking of you on Saturday and keeping everything crossed.

I'm not sure when I would do the beta. Would the friends be good at cheering you up if needed? Will it make you crazy not to know over that weekend?

-M said...

Funny how our DH's become pros at these things. I don't think they over taught injections in husband school!