Jason took me to the reproductive endocrinologists. They gave me a Valium to help me and my uterus relax for the transfer so a ride home is mandatory. From the transfer on through the next day, I am ordered to be lying down so having a chauffeur also allowed me to recline for the ride home.
|Jason, me and Eileena! She so let me hold her and play with her! You can see I’m all gowned up for the transfer. Before they wheeled me in I also got little booties and a hair net.|
For a much more detailed account of what the embryo transfer is like, check out this post from the last journey!
I did it again. My last video was like half me babbling and half me actually taking the shots (if you haven’t noticed, I like to talk) so I did a quicker recording. It’s obviously extremely home made but I figure I’m putting myself out here anyway and this is …continue reading
For any of you who are on Twitter – I’d love to connect with you! I just set up an account so I can update in real time. I can’t promise I’ll stick to surrogacy only tweets… 🙂 Find me! https://twitter.com/ReturnToSenders
Ten months later…. Baby E and her parents are so thoroughly and completely bonded. I anticipated this, otherwise I wouldn’t have been a surrogate but it is so wonderful to see it realized. I don’t just mean baby E is well cared for. I mean they are bonded, …continue reading
Incase you are like me and can’t get enough…. here is another beautiful surrogate birth story with some gorgeous pictures AND you can learn about the purple line because I know you’re dying to find out what that is. Re-blogged from Birth Without Fear. …I started repeatedly saying “I need something, …continue reading