My FRER was a squinter. This is taking me back to a not-so-pleasant experience known as our ectopic pregnancy.
That being said, I was on HCG boosters that cycle. My squinters then were falsified by the addition of fake HCG, making them even more so squinters or perhaps not even real BFPs.
It’s definitely more positive that my body is producing HCG earlier on its own.
At this point in the game, my husband and I have vowed to continue taking it one day at a time. We know what our risks are, but we will focus on the positive.
I’m not going to POAS anymore. We will wait out the betas. Like my good friend Alicia said yesterday, Beta #2 on Monday will give us a better idea of where we stand.
I also forgot to tell you. This whole POAS situation came from my thrush. You heard that right. I got thrush after transfer and went to my family doc on Tuesday for meds. I tested Tuesday as I wasn’t sure if the meds would depend on my pregnant status. Anyway, thrush can be caused by antibiotics (check) or pregnancy (check).
Warning: this is nasty…
Two days into meds, it’s already looking better than this photo.
So now, I’m praying that my thrush clears up, for appropriately rising betas, a healthy baby in my womb and joyous full term pregnancy.
Fingers-crossed. Baby dust sprinkled.
We can do this. One day at a time…