It's the 1/2 way point. I only have 1 more week until I can begin my "cycle" again. There are a lot of steps which go into the infertility process. I don't think many people realize just how much needs to be done. There are always chances you can get pregnant in between the trials of medication you are doing until you find the one that works. Because of this, I need to go in for baselines, which are bloodwork and ultrasounds before I can be given Provera. This is a drug that helps me get my period. It has basically stopped coming on it's own, unless medication induced.
Then it's another bit of waiting, followed by more bloodwork and ultrasound appointments. I am looking forward to this round on injections. I am hopeful since we started to see progress once we increased the medications to where we thought they needed to be. Only downfall is the costs, so fingers crossed this one works!!
If you have not already ready my giveaway post, you can still enter here.
The contest will end at 7:00 p.m. (CST) on Wednesday March 16th, I will select a winner using random.org.
Now back to my Photo Challenge.
Day 15 - A picture of something you want to do before you die
I want to be a mother. I want to experience all that comes with this. I can't imagine the love and joy it brings a person to feel something, someone so amazing growing inside you. I don't really have a picture to put here. So for now I will leave it empty. But the day I do become a mother, I will be back to share that picture.
Day 16 - A picture of someone who inspires you
My older sister Liz. She has been living on her own without a room mate for years. I have always been so proud of her, to have put herself through school and gotten the career she wanted. She is a city girl, and lives the life she loves!!
Day 17 - A picture of something that has made a huge impact on your life recently
I am not so sure I'd say this is something which has impacted my life recently. I have always had a love for horses. They give me the most comfort and relaxation while around them. They are such goregous and strong animals to me. I rode when I was younger, mostly english. I got back into western riding when I got older.
I could not imagine a life without these goregous animals. I can't wait till the day I can have my own.