Things are going well. The extreme exhaustion I have been feeling for the last few weeks has been getting better. The rash I had from all the hormones at weeks 4-6 is gone. I'm getting bigger but the scale hasn't gone up which is good. But it's hard to gain weight when your nauseous all the time.
Life is good. I have the best wife in the world that is taking very good care of me. I'm very lucky.
Almost all of the family knows about the babies. There is only one side of K's family that we rarely see that doesn't know but we are seeing them the end of July. By then I should be showing pretty good.
I've already started buying maternity clothes. I'm not finding a lot I like but I want to be prepared. All I keep getting told is with twins I'm getting to get bigger faster and I don't want to be left with nothing that fits because I hate to shop.
My last appointment at the fertility doctor I believe will be next Wednesday. I should be fully released after that last blood test.
My first OB appointment (and next ultrasound) is July 8th.
I hope all is well out in blogland. Until next time.
People say it's a good sign. I just feel exhausted and nauseous. I've been released from the fertility doctor and now I'm trying to make an appointment with my OB. Which is a pain in the ass. You can't just call them and make an appointment. It's an ordeal. I actually got transferred to the nurses line and haven't called back yet. I may need to start looking for another OB. I really don't want to do that because I have a lot of history with this office, but I also can't be stressed out either.
K and I met 20 years ago. We tried and tried to get pregnant and it didn't happen for us. We decided to do IVF and the second try took with twins. At almost 21 weeks the worst thing in the world happened and we lost our beautiful baby boys who we named Ty and Noah Aug of 2014. We got pregnant again and lost Jaxon May 2015. The journey continues.