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Sock it too Me 2009!

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December 14, 2009

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Eva

Sarah, hold on. I know it's hard (downright traumatic) but you have to hold on. We're routing for you. When's your next doc appointment?

a

I hope the baby is fine, and that your anxiety is just momentarily overwhelming. It's hard to hold on to blind hope when you have so much information about bad things that can happen. That doesn't mean that they will happen, though...

T

This is so hard,but I too am hoping and praying your baby is fine.

Sorry about the stuff with your friend, that kind of stress is not easy..

big hugs

emmagilding

Honey, call your doctor and go get checked out. They will understand your fears as everyone reading does. Please don't struggle on alone.
I'm so sorry your in such a hard place.
Thinking of you.
Eb

After Words

I remember that kind of terror. I completely agree with the earlier comment: call your doctor and get an ultrasound if it will make you feel better. The doctor gets requests like that all the time and will make room for you.

Michele

It is hard and sadly I think those thoughts haunt us throughout our pregnancies.

But I also want to send hugs and thoughts because I believe your baby is happy and healthy, growing inside.

Sara

It's all so hard, isn't it? I'm glad that scheduled the u/s. I hope that it gives nothing but fantastic reassuring news.

Hugs.

lisa

I had the same feelings at times - so many times - I had so many u/s because I was CONVINCED at so many times that they were dead. There is no easy way to get through it - but you will - and I am hopeful that you are going to get good news tomorrow.

((HUGS))

NoodleGirl

I am so happy you're going to get an u/s tomorrow. There's really nothing else that is going to make you feel better. I know I'll feel exactly the same as you should I get pregnant again, having experienced recurrent loss. My OB has already told me that I can have an u/s every week as long as I want one due to my "status" (yay me, not). Maybe you can ask your OB if you can set up a regularly scheduled one? Or maybe rent a Doppler to hear the baby's heartbeat?

Will be thinking of you tomorrow and sending you many P&PTs.

Cat

I hate this part. Glad you're getting to check in tomorrow. Hang in there.

Jill

I'm glad you are getting the ultra sound. No matter what happens, you will get through it. And honestly, your symptoms sound perfectly normal to me. These next several weeks are the hardest because you just don't know what is going on in there. Hang in there, and don't be too hard on yourself. Your hormones are part of what is at work here, so keep breathing...

calliope

thinking of you nonstop. I am so effing glad you have Dr. Calm that gets it.
xo

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