Got our nurse consultation on Sunday week. Yet another first step toward IVF. Just feel like the process has dragged so long! Can anyone give me any pointers with the nurse consult- do they give you set dates or do you work them out together? Any one have any experience of Leeds LCRM?
I'm 30 with 4 failed years of trying, and technically nothing 'wrong' at all. Ovulate like clockwork, perfect uterus, fab sperm count on hubbys side etc etc. Completely unexplained and frustrating as hell!
Would love some positive stories or anyone else in a similar boat- re-written this about 5 times to stop it sounding so negative as I'm trying so hard to feel positive and grateful for what I do have, rather than wallowing constantly in my pit of misery and despair! Don't know why I feel so dubious about the IVF, like it's destined to fail before we even begin. Know that I have to change my attitude about it (easy to do on the outside, less easy to change how you actually feel) but struggling to shake this feeling of impending doom... please help me with some feel-good factor! I have officially run out of people to talk to about it- they all have babies and just have NO IDEA, however they are full of well-intended cliches which drive me up the wall.
Also if there are any teachers out there- tips for how to juggle time off with school? Not in a position to be able to tell my managers unfortunately.