Saturday, October 24, 2009

Growin' Eggs Today

Unless something has changed, our donor starts growing eggs today. Beautiful 21 year old eggs! :)

With that good news comes not so good news....the worst scenario imaginable came true in our home this week. H1N1! Both daughters have been taken down. Ivan and I are on Tami*flu so I am hoping we don't contract it. So far, so good. One daughter has recovered. The oldest just started with fever Friday so she will be contagious for a few more days. The Tami*flu should help shorten her bout with it. And, thank you IVF powers that be, Ivan will be protected by Tami*flu right up until egg retrieval. We just need to get his stellar swimmers in a petri dish without a fever interfering!

Please send good thoughts for no rogue follicles! We need evenly growing eggs!

Transfer the first week in November.

9 comments:

jenicini said...

Gosh, 21 year old eggs...is it strange that I think that sounds lovely? lol Hope everything goes well with her and that your family recovers soon!

Circus Princess said...

Ouch, the flu is no joke. Hope your girls recover quickly and that you and HB stay clear of it. Excited for your cycle to get moving at mach speed :)

Circus Princess said...

DH is what I mean... not HB...

Lisa said...

It must be a thrill to finally be at the egg-growing stage! I hope the family feels better, and that you end up with a nice fall harvest of eggs! :)

Heather said...

Hope they feel better soon.

Lots of great, even-growing, egg thoughts coming your way!!!

Sarah said...

Oh no, I hope the flu is out of the house soon! And best of luck for the cycle!!

Rachel said...

Fingers crossed they everyone is feeling better soon! Grow eggs, grow! ICLW

Erika said...

Hope everyone feels better soon. I had H1N1 and somehow my husband didn't get it at all, I hope the same is true at your house! Good luck with the cycle!

ICLW

Mrs. Gamgee said...

Wow... those sound like some great eggs. Sending prayers and good thoughts for good health for your family, and for great follie development.