Officially No Longer Knocked Up

3 May

Hey All,

Thanks so much for your comments, emails, skypes, and general love and support after yesterday’s post.

I’m still in kind of an icky place – especially since my vajayjay is doing its best impression of Niagra Falls right now. (TMI. I know. Don’t care. ).

ANYWHO – I went in for more blood tests this morning. Was about to give up on them posting my results online when finally – just a few minutes ago – there they were.

Beta is 4. I am officially no longer knocked up. I’ll be making an appointment with doctor twofer tomorrow – hopefully still for this week.

Time to tackle this biyatch.

7 Responses to “Officially No Longer Knocked Up”

  1. me0me May 3, 2011 at 23:22 #

    You’re funny when you’re gross

  2. Teejay May 4, 2011 at 03:09 #

    I’m glad your number has finally come down. Good luck with the new doctor. I hope he can do great things for you.

  3. slcurwin May 4, 2011 at 03:13 #

    Hey, none of us are afraid of the TMI wagon. It helps to vent that crap.

  4. Christina May 4, 2011 at 03:47 #

    There is no such thing as TMI in TTC.

    I never thought I’d ever congratulate anyone for dropping hCG levels. Here’s to Dr Twofer getting you knocked up to stay!

  5. BleedingTulip May 4, 2011 at 04:54 #

    As far as I’m concerned there is no such thing as TMI in lives like ours. Never fear 🙂

    Shmerson is right, you have to take care of yourself for you, but I understand how it can be more motivating to do it for a child… and the subsequent backsliding when the child doesn’t come despite our best efforts.

    I really hope Dr.Twofer can work some magical mojo, my heart is with you!!!

  6. Kristin May 4, 2011 at 06:34 #

    I’m really glad your numbers returned to normal so quickly. Hope the appointment with Dr. Twofer is fruitful.

  7. Wren's Cage May 4, 2011 at 13:54 #

    im just blogging my way now through miscarriage.
    only just started blogging but am well versed in getting ‘unpregnant’
    I would value your feedback since you have experienced so much.
    I started this blog since every book or info i would read was so bloody encouraging, every bit of advice is so from someone who has come out of the otherside.
    Whether – when i write about the actual loss (which starts next week) it is realistic and honest for more than just me.

    goodluck with your ‘journey’
    i enjoyed your blog – even as an outsider to your circle.
    you are a good writer

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