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Sunday, January 8, 2012

7dp5dt - HPT - BFN - I know it's over.

I know in my heart that it's all over. I have tested on tests that go down to 10mui and there is not even a shadow of a second line. There is also the fact of no symptoms whatsoever. I am tired, I am beyond sad, I'm over it.

11 comments:

  1. Big hugs to you. I know that added let down of a negative when you travel out of country-- so much work equates to so much sadness when it doesn't pan out. Take time to heal and plot your next steps. It WILL work!

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  2. Dearest JG, this is just so heartbreaking. I know that you know when you know, so I won't tell you fairy stories about a magic turnaround. You worked so hard for this - both times you went back. It's just not fair. Sending big hugs and wishing there were more I could do. Hold JB and JB Hubby and Wooly tight. Xoxo

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  3. I am so sorry Journey Girl, like you I was almost certain this time would work.

    You know the heartbreak of negative cycles all too well, but I am sure the added effort and strain of travelling to another country in the hope of a baby must add to the exquisite nature of your pain just now.

    Again, I am so sorry.

    Give yourselves some time to grieve before making any decisions...

    Hugs to you all.

    LS & Wobbles xxx

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  4. I am so sorry, there aren't even words enough

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  5. : ( So sorry... thinking of you...

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  6. I so, so sad for you that this hasn't worked. I can only imagine how tough it must be to have travelled so far, physically and emotionally, and not to get what you went for. I'm a fellow donor egg mum and what you wrote about your reasons for wanting another child who is "the same" as JBB rings so true with me too. Although we have frozen embryos in this country, my health is such that being pregnant again would be a huge risk and we are struggling with whether to try again to give our son a sibling and possibly risk him losing a mum. Put like that, it sounds so simple - why would I take that risk? - but, like you, I feel such a strong need to complete our family for our son's sake. My heart goes out to you.

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  7. Oh my gosh this sucks so much. I can't even think of anything to say. I know how I would feel, and I can only imagine how you feel right now. I'm sorry girl.

    *HUGS*

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  8. JG, no words can do anything to ease your emotional sorrow. Just know that you are loved by all of us who have never even met you, we walk this journey with you, we're sad with you, and if we could bear even a little bit of your burden, we would. I'm so sorry.

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  9. I'm so sorry :-( Huge, huge hugs to you. xoxoxo

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  10. I am anxious for you too. It took me a year to grieve over my lost of a donor egg myself. I am bracing myself for reality but want to do it again-wanting to be more hopeful. We are in the middle of researching for a place in Thailand. If you have any posititves or negative feeling toward your journey-please share. I would like to be there in March for this.
    Mai

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