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kimtia

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Monday, November 17th 2008, 8:52am

Trigger shot - Emotional

Well DF did my trigger shot at 11.00pm last night and straight after I cried :whoops: , not sure why.

I wasn't sobbing just tears wouldn't stop ? I didn't feel sad just had a massive wave of emotion. I feel really silly about it now but then here I am first day of no jabs, could of had a lie in and I can't sleep, my mind is in overdrive and having crazy dreams so up really early !! I still feel tearful, really strange as I don't feel sad or negative ?? Can anyone put their finger on it or did anyone else feel like this on their last injection ?

I think maybe because I know it is near the end of this tx....and if I'm honest I'm scared of the result......the result really scares me, especially with my history. I'm not feeling negative just thinking a lot......I suppose that's normal with what we are going through.

Good luck on your journey.

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Monday, November 17th 2008, 10:58am

Hi Kim! I think your reaction is completely natural. It's such an emotionally loaded time plus all the drugs we are taking too! Big big hugs :hugs: and lots of luck - I'll be thinking of you and looking out for your updates! xxx





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Monday, November 17th 2008, 11:08am

Hi Kim,
I agree with Calypso, I think its all the hormones bouncing around, so its quite a natural thing to be emotional, hey and maybe its because you will miss your injections :snigger: (sorry try and cheer you up), I can see from your sig you have had a hell of a time, but please try and stay positive, and hopefully this will be your turn.

Good luck for tomorrow, will be checking up on your progress.

lots of love
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Monday, November 17th 2008, 11:36am

Aww Kim....have a :cuddle

I too have shed tears on trigger shot day and for me it is just that overwhelming feeling of *I'VE DONE IT!*......the rest will be up to the consultants to do their bit.

When you think about what everyone going through IVF is trying to achieve...i.e have a much longed for baby! it's only natural that our emotions get the better of us and just cannot hide.

The very best of luck for your EC tomorrow!!!!!

blowkiss

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Monday, November 17th 2008, 11:41am

aww Kim, I know what you mean - doing the last one fills us with so many different emotions, hope, worry, relief, and more ...
best of luck tomorrow hun x

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