Wednesday, September 16, 2009

We Got Word

Halfway through my school day, I noticed I had a voicemail. After checking the number, I assumed it was from the hospital where I will be having my 2nd LAP in October. So, I immediately snuck away to listen to the message hoping to learn what time my surgery would take place.

When the message started, I quickly realized that it was from the nurse at my RE's office. The results are in... the baby's chromosomes were normal.

I don't know what to think. I should be happy, right? Just like I should have been happy when all of my bloodwork came back normal. I just want there to be a fix to this. I don't want to lose another baby. I have no guarantee.

I went back to class with a fake smile on face and tears in my eyes. I hope the students didn't notice. But who am I kidding? They notice everything.

I texted DH as soon as I could.

They want to know if we would like to know the gender . . .


Adventures in Baby Waiting said... [Reply to comment]

I feel for you. You are so amazing and strong and you will get through this. I read your entire blog this morning and you are my source of knowledge and inspiration since I will be going straight to IVF. I knew nothing of IVF before I read your blog. Thank you for writing the good, the bad and the sad. It helps me and I am sure, others, tremendously. Stay strong. I will keep checking in on you.


Leah said... [Reply to comment]

I can imagine you having a mixed reaction. I mean, if the baby's chromosomes were normal, than why the miscarriage. It's all so hard. I'm thinking of you.


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