Wednesday, November 22, 2006


I'm at the clinic where the nurse has given me an odd shaped HPT.
It looks like a thin syringe.

Lo and behold, two pink lines appear.
Shock! Joy! Fear!

Well it doesn't mean anything till I've had two good beta's.
Still, I'm happy.

I realize we never made it to transfer.
This is impossible.

I'm dreaming.
Wake up disappointed.

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At 22 November, 2006 03:47, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And yet, it's the dreams like that that keep us going for "one more cycle". Do you remember that moment when you saw the pink lines in your dream? Bliss. If only that could be for real.


At 22 November, 2006 08:25, Blogger Susie said...

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At 22 November, 2006 13:02, Anonymous ethalia said...

I've had those dreams, one time I was pregnant at transfer - guess our subconsciouses are just not that smart.

I'm sorry you had to wake up and find it wasn't true. I hate those mornings.

At 22 November, 2006 13:03, Blogger Thalia said...

hmm, not sure why that happened. That was me, in case you didn't guess.

At 22 November, 2006 13:45, Anonymous Nina said...

I had the pregnant dream right before IVF#2. It was so real although it was so weird. Bea is probably right, those dreams help us to continue. They are probaby a glimps of what is to come, that one day we will see the two pink lines. They are like a teaser....makeing us want MORE!

At 22 November, 2006 16:16, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That just sucks. I hate having dreams that are so real and you wake up feeling like shit. I'm so sorry sweetie.

At 22 November, 2006 17:27, Blogger namaste said...

Oh, I had so many of those horrible pregnant dreams. The worst were the ones where I was actually pregnant in the dream, belly and all, and would wake up with nothing. Grrr.

Sorry you're having them - nothing like a punch in the gut to wake up to.

At 22 November, 2006 18:14, Blogger Josie said...

I am begining to see a trend here... I too had that dream before IVF #2. It left me kind of confused and depressed.

Since we are talking about dreams, I was told that I would dream of snakes when I was pg. It actually happened - I really dreamt of snakes. I am waiting for that dream again.

At 22 November, 2006 18:27, Blogger soralis said...

Thinking of you... big hug

At 22 November, 2006 21:47, Blogger My Reality said...

I hate those dreams that leave you feeling unsettled when you wake up. I wish sweet dreams for you tonight.

At 23 November, 2006 00:51, Blogger Mony said...

The happiness you feel in these dreams is amazing.

No wonder we keep trying.

Oh let us experience that joy for real one day!

Thinking of you Lut xxx

At 23 November, 2006 12:34, Anonymous Kath said...

I hate those mornings too. It's bad enough to be in that situation but when your mind is your own worst enemy, it clouds your whole day.

At 23 November, 2006 14:11, Blogger Angie said...

I've had dreams like that before and it sucks. I hope this dream becomes reality for you real soon!

At 23 November, 2006 21:31, Anonymous JMW said...

I had a dream that an RE told me the only way I would have a baby is by magic. I guess we don't need a PhD to interpret THAT.

At 24 November, 2006 06:58, Anonymous Meri-ann said...

Hmm.... that's weird, I did leave a comment hours ago but it's not here.

Anyway, dreams like that are particularly cruel, I only hope that sooner rather than later it is reality.

At 26 November, 2006 11:38, Anonymous shazz said...

I am so glad I have never had one of those dreams, that would top it for me. Am sending a hug to ya!


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