Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Moving along

I started Progesterone three days ago, and my temperature has yet to start raising. It makes me wonder if it's going to take effect or not...

Of course, my basal body temperature has been completely wacky for the past few days. I don't even know how to make heads or tails of it. It's ridiculous.

Next week I am going to an informational session about adopting and fostering through the county. I hope I can get some more answers about the process, and what is required, etc... I'm not ready to start the process just yet, but I would like to know as much as I can.
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I've said it before, and I'll say it again... I hate waiting. All I've done this entire trying to concieve journey is wait, wait, wait. It's exhausting.

8 comments:

Michelle said...

You and me both. I am such an impatient person. You would think you would learn patience going through infertility but it has not taught me. It has just made impatience worse.

Courtney said...

Keeping good thoughts.

Kristin said...

Waiting totally sucks. Lots of {{{hugs}}}.

The Steadfast Warrior said...

Waiting is awful.

I found that the progesterone supps really didn't affect my BBT much and sometimes would take a couple of day to see the rise. Hope things straighten for you and that you get some good info at the adoption info session.

Thanks for all your continuing support. It really means a lot.

Celia said...

I hate waiting too. Ick. I will be interested to hear your impressions from the adoption info. I am so overwhelmed at the idea of starting to research something NEW.

Dora said...

Yup. Waiting SUCKS!! Hope the information session is helpful.

Mr. Shelby said...

Ugh. Waiting... Don't get me started on waiting.

I added up how much time we've spend just in 2WW's and it almost made me cry

(wait, cry? no, that's not manly. I mean it made me want to punch something. Yeah, that's the ticket.)

WiseGuy said...

Oh well, I can't be your temping guide ... I am a sucker at it.

I hope that the adoption sessions are informative and help you in charting a solid course of action.