So, the good news is that my lining is 10mm on day eleven of progynova meaning I can start utrogestan (progesterone pessaries) on Sunday ready for FET next Friday.
Bad news is that the results are back on some of hubbie’s family and his only brother has the same chromosome balanced translocation. I cried when I found out because I know the possible heartache to come for him and his fiancée. Luckily she is ten years younger than me so she has more time to tackle this, and obviously we now know that one of hubbie’s parents have it and they had two lovely children naturally. My mother in law did have two miscarriages in between her two sons but still completed her family in a total of six years trying. Whereas I’m four years trying, two miscarriages and the big 40 looming. I feel responsible for making sure they understand the choices and consequences they’re now facing but at the same time I don’t want to interfere and cause family difficulties.
In other news, one cousin’s tests have come back clear and the other cousin was told that they won’t test her as she is not in a relationship (this makes me really cross). Parents in law are being seen by genetic counsellor next week and this should shed light on whether other cousins are at risk.
Apologies for the long post, but it’s all weighing heavily on my oestrogen-riddled mind!