So today was transfer day. My call was for 12 noon with a full bladder, arriving 15 minutes before.
I was up early although I had gone to bed really late. I was doing packing and getting stuff tied up for recycling last night and wanted to get it done. Plus I was watching the last few episodes of season 4 of True Blood.
Anyway, I let the house about 10 minutes later than planned for no good reason. Traffic was normal and so I arrived about 11:55am, so that 10 minutes made me late. But I still was Zen. I had been told by the business manager to stop stressing about money and just be Zen. So I paid attention. :)
I arrived at the IVF suite and got changed into those lovely booties, and two gowns. I had chugged about a litre of water as I was driving down but I wasn't getting the full bladder feeling. I signed the form they gave me with the instructions following transfer, handed in the signed consent form (even though they had a scanned copy) and waited perhaps 10 minutes at which point the nurse came back and said "ready to go into the room"? Sure. Apparently the doctor was on his way over. So he was definitely on schedule and it sounded like I was the first procedure. I saw another woman waiting with her husband when I went in for my transfer but he wasn't there when I came out so she must have been in for a retrieval.
I assume the position. There really is no way to describe just how naked you feel when he's got you all exposed and legs in the stirrups. LOL. The ultrasound tech came in and was quick to get in position. And my concern about not having a full bladder? Gone as soon as she pressed down. Definitely a full bladder.
One of the three didn't survive the thaw, so we had two to transfer. He had the embryologist show my name on the dish and then show me the embryos on screen (I didn't have my phone so didn't get a photo). These were three day embryos. I didn't ask how many cells because it wouldn't have made a difference. They were going in and I was staying Zen. :) But he did say they were excellent and they did look really good to me. So, it was but a few minutes later when he said "all done, perfect transfer". And that was it. I lay there another 10 minutes and that was it.
I've taken it easy today. I know the rules - no heavy lifting, no strenuous exercise (no worries there), stay on all meds. Beta is June 6th. If we get a positive, then when I'm back for the second beta I'll do another intralipid infusion.
So let the two week wait begin. Hopefully there will be enough distraction. LOL.