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Fertility clinics from our experience don’t care how emotionally stable or unstable you are, but they love to take your money.I can’t image going through this journey without professional mental help and clarity.To catch you up to speed since I have been keeping a low profile on social media about this transfer I have waited almost two years to transfer our last baby.If you are new to my fertility journey, you can start here and here to get caught up.The trial transfer was a breeze and the words again “What a beautiful uterus” was said.I forgot my transfer socks but looked at it as lucky.This transfer was different from my FET #1 first and most important was my excision surgery for the endometriosis and removal of three fibroids in October 2016, I did inter-lipids before the transfer, I added in Lovenox and prednisone, and I had both PIO (progesterone in oil) injections and progesterone suppositories.

No one wants to admit that they are seeing a therapist but WHY?

I wasn’t sure if I was going to write about this last transfer experience.

I have done so much soul searching since the failure of our first frozen embryo transfer (Yes it was PGS tested) in February 2016.

You know how passionate I am about being your health care advocate. No one understands the feelings of loss, despair, sadness, loneliness, and heartbreak unless you have gone through infertility. October 19th was going to be either door number one or door number two.

I can’t even read my blog post timeline about everything I have been through and all the fighting with doctors for immune testing etc. It makes me sick how women are treated in the infertility world, and I see no change happening soon. For starters, I have felt from the very first time I stepped into a fertility clinic that I had a mask covering my identity. We were to be either celebrating a new life or celebrating our new childless life.

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