It’s Not That Bad

So it wasn’t the outcome we were hoping for.  No we didn’t get to carry out our little communication plan on our BFP, because the quantitative Beta HCG was zero! 

Funny enough it doesn’t hurt as much as I thought it would, but I think as the reality sets in it may get worse.  We knew the odds were more in favour of a BFN than a BFP and we will simply work the odds and try again. 

Thank you to everyone who has provided so much love and support through the last crazy month, hoping you’ll be back for another instalment of IVF Madness soon.

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About MommyAtLast

Finally a Mommy to our Medical Miracle IVF Boy / Girl Twins who were born in November 2011. We overcame azoospermia using hormone therapy for my hubby to conceive our precious Hope Babes on our 4th IVF.
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18 Responses to It’s Not That Bad

  1. Emmy says:

    Oh, I’m so sorry.

  2. charliesbird says:

    I’m sorry, its super sucky.

  3. Marion says:

    I’m sorry….

  4. Melissa (The Sweetest Gift) says:

    I’m so sorry. Just gor back from a weekend in Sutherland and was so bummed to see your news.

    I’m glad you are handling it well.

    {{{Hugs}}}

  5. Mash says:

    😦 I wish I could somehow change it for you. But you know what, you are right, you have such a great attitude. It’s a little hiccup on the long road to pregnancy that you have already travelled. You guys have overcome all sorts of things, don’t you dare let a little BFN get in the way … it’s just a matter of time for you xxx

  6. Kim says:

    I’m so very sorry to hear this. Thinking of you.

  7. tasivfer says:

    I’m so sorry. I’m glad you weren’t feeling so bad when you wrote this, but be prepared for it coming and going. I hope you don’t feel bad, but if you do remember this isn’t a linear process – it has ups and downs. ((HUGS))

  8. ChrisN says:

    I am so sorry. I was thinking of you all day yesterday and so hoping you had beaten those odds! You’ve travelled a long road and overcome so much and you will get your BFP – just not on your first IVF! I am so sorry, it really is the pits. But we’re all be here for round number 2, cheering you on, and knowing that you will be closer to your BFP than ever before.

    Take good care of yourselves in the next few days.

    Sending you lots of love

  9. AmandaMqn says:

    I’m so sorry. ::hugs::

  10. Haidee says:

    I’m so sorry to hear it was a BFN 😦 I can totally relate to how you are feeling as have been in your shoes. Hope things look up again soon (((HUG)))

  11. ldr1604 says:

    Glad you are doing okay, maybe that bottle of port helped. Hugs and see you soon.

  12. Cathy Nel says:

    Ahhh no! I’m so sorry I was so hoping and praying this would be it for you…. 😦
    You have the right attitude and this is not the end of the road, merely the beginning 🙂
    So sorry
    xxx

  13. skrambled says:

    Ag man!!! I’m so sorry. I was really hoping for you.

  14. samcy says:

    I’m really sorry to hear this news honey. Thinking of you and DefTTC as you process this result and find a way forward.

    HUGS to you both.

    xxx

  15. liddy says:

    I’m so sorry to read this.

    An ICLW Visit from #107 (mfi, speedskating, strength)
    liddy @ the unfair struggle

  16. I am so sorry. Thinking of you guys and wishing you peace.

  17. KK says:

    I am so sorry it wasn’t the result you were hoping for. I hope that the next cycle is the one that works. I just have to believe that it will work out for you soon after you have come so far from DefTTC’s initial diagnosis.

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