Tuesday, December 30, 2008

And so it continues

CD 11 and still bleeding.


This is the complete opposite of what I expected from the BCP. And I am NOT loving this "down-regulation." I read on the BCP info leaflet that it can take your body 3 months to get used to it, and start having proper cycles. I do not remember that kind of carry-on when I first started taking the pill all those years ago... but then again, it was a long time ago, and a different pill...

DH is desperate for the bleeding to stop, I think the festive season has made him horny and he's dying to get some... isn't that sweet, after all these years of scheduled sex, and he still wants me!! lol

Oh well, I'm sure this is the easiest part of it all, and it surely can't last forever, right?


I had tried to put my next appointment out of mind, cos it seemed so far away. But it's starting to creep up on me, and now it's only 8 days away! Yay!!! I never thought I would be so excited to see my Patient Co-ordinator, hand over a stack of cash, and get a bag of nasal spray and injections... but I really am :)

Oh, and I've pretty much decided that I will apply for the new position at work. It's a permanent Clinical Nurse Educator position, which is something I'd really like to do. And cos it's permanent, it will be there waiting for me when I return from maternity leave (hopefully next year). I don't know when another position will become available, so I think I should try for this one. If I don't get it, no big dramas.


Hope everyone in the IF blogosphere has a very happy new and fertile new year!!!!!!!
Love and hope to you all


Sarah said...

I bled non stop on BC. I just cant take it. I tried a billion different kinds too. Ugh!

'Murgdan' said...

Ick. Sorry about the Holiday blood-fest.

Awesome about the new job! Go for it. Those are usually really flexible hour jobs too...perfect for a parent :-)

Just Another Infertile said...

Yeah, as I said before, I bled all the time on BCP. I don't remember doing that when I first started them "back in the day". Starting them again for IVF was a whole new story.

Good luck on that position at work!

What are the nasal sprays for?