Nutella’s reproductive system did indeed cooperate in terms of ovulating before she leaves for her business trip on Tuesday. In fact, we got two dark OPK lines on Saturday afternoon and did IUI #3 Sunday morning. We prefer weekend inseminations as the whole experience is much more leisurely. We got to the RE at 9am, got the insemination done at 9:45, and stayed in the room til 10:05. Then we went up the street to the most fantastic crepes place and enjoyed a not-so-healthy-but-thoroughly-yummy breakfast.
By the way, the RE did use the last vial of our first donor, Eagle Scout. Eagle Scout, this is your last chance. Will you earn your merit badge, or must we depend on your rival, Big Wheel, to do the job? Only time will tell. Vial #3 had a count of 17 million with a progression between 2 and 3 (out of 4). Good number, but the worst progression of the 3 vials. Still, overall it was a good specimen and we have hope.
Fingers crossed. 😀
We’ve got our fingers crossed for you! Baby dust your way!
Go Eagle Scout GO!!!!
Glad you didn’t have to sit this month out! Good luck!
Soooo hoping this is your month.
I really do hope this is it for you! Fingers crossed.
Go Eagle Scout! Glad you got to do the weekend insem – I agree, they’re much better than weekdays.
Here’s hoping for a speedy, straight forward tww for you!
that’s funny, we looked at a donor at ccb whose baby pic was of him on a big wheel. actually, he’s our back up. hmmmmmm.
so happy for you!!!!