I'm sorry. I was so hoping you were going to say it was positive. I am dreading test day for me because everytime I see a negative, I am upset for several days before I get over it. I am honestly at the point of giving up but then I have days where I feel like giving up is not the answer. I just don't know what to do. I do know that the older I get the more hopeless I feel about it all. You are in my thoughts and prayers and I know that you and your DH will make the decision that is best for you! Keep your head up!
I can relate to that!! When I was on crinone gel, I had symptoms galore!! I have never gotten a bfp while taking it so I don't know how I would feel to get a bfp on top of all the symptoms it causes!! I don't know how much longer I can take either. Everytime I say I'm done, I will stop for a month and then jump right back at it. Even the month that I'm not trying, I still can't help but wonder, hope and pray that I get a BFP! Fingers crossed tightly for you!!
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