Monday, January 11, 2010

Pop_Rocks gone


Monday morning: symptoms have died down to almost zero. Yes, on Friday it felt like I had Pop_Rocks (yes, I'm a child of the 70s!) going crazy underneath my lower abs! Now, almost nothing - the occasional twinge on the right side.

I'm back to work, after almost three weeks off. I'm actually happy to be back in the office, back to my routine. I woke early this morning before my alarm clock, spent 20 minutes doing meditation/relaxation. What a great way to start the day!

Saturday's beta seems like ages from now. As much as I want to know what's really going on, there's NO WAY I will be POAS! I don't want to relive last month's fiasco.

Jem

10 comments:

Tracey said...

Isn't this part just the worst??? Ugh! Hang in there. I'm sending lots of sticky implanting vibes your way! My mom said something that cracked me up about the waiting period during my last cycle. She said she wished they could induce a coma on her so that she could just be woken up after the results were in! I appreciated that she understood how excruciating it was for me. Hang in there!!!

Rain Child said...

I hate waiting. I am glad you're happily back at work, it's nice to have other things distracting you from the wait. Keep up the good work relaxing (that's the hard part). Good luck on Saturday.

Priscilla said...

Fingers crossed!! Hope this wait doesn't make you crazy!! Pop Rocks seem like a really good sign!! :)

Heather said...

I hear you when it comes to POAS. I wish I had never done it the last time around too.

I'm keeping everything crossed for you and wishing Saturday was here already!

Melissa G said...

Wow, Saturday will be here before you know it!

Still crossing everything for you!!!

Heather said...

Ahhh...we only have one frozen blast, so one it is.

T Lee said...

I agree, POAS-ing only increases the neuroses we IFers seem to already have, lol (at least for me).

Stacie said...

Fingers crossed for great news on Saturday!

You have nerves of steel, woman. There is no way I'd be able to contain myself when it comes to those dang hpts. I'm addicted! (although I totally get why you want to stay away from them. hugs)

egghunt said...

The last wait of the 2ww is the hardest isn't it? But Saturday doesn't seem too far away (easy for me to say huh?). Hang in there and don't worry about the absense of pop rocks, it could be just that your embie is nicely implanted and settled now!

IF Optimist, then... said...

Pop rocks a snapping sounds like a very good sign. I didn't POAS on my last cycle because I just can't trust the danged things anyway. I had my husband take the call for the beta results and then had him tell me. I loved it that way. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed on Saturday for you. Good luck.