Friday, September 17, 2010

Lining Check 1 UPDATED

Today's check showed a lining of 6.3! I'm happy with that. I will update once I hear from NN.

-R.

UPDATE: My results showed a lining of 6.4mm, but an LH of 28. This means that I am getting ready to ovulate. Since I don't ovulate on my own and the only measurable follicle was 0.9, this is not likely. None the less, we need to run this by the doctor and see what he says. I am hoping that he will allow me to continue and get rechecked on Friday as per my calendar. As long as my body isn't producing progesterone, this LH number will not be a problem. UGH. Why can't anything go my way, just once?

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Tonight beings Yom Kippur, the holiest day in the Jewish tradition. It is the Day of Repentance. On Rosh Hashahna we begin the new year and on Yom Kippur we repent for our sins. We mark the day by fasting from sundown to sundown as well as spending the day in synagogue. Tonight's service is my favourite service of the year, Kol Neidrei. It is just beautiful and meaningful to me. To those who fast, Gmar Chatima Tova, let us all be written in the book of life.

16 comments:

  1. That sounds very promising! I hope you aren't feeling quite as nervous now. Hope you get good news from NN - she is great!

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  2. Oh wonderful!! GReat start indeed!!

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  3. Such GREAT NEWS! I am hoping that the lining continues to grow. So happy for you!!!

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  4. OMG!!!! That is fantastic news R!! I hope that will ease your mind (somewhat, at least!).

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  5. Woohoo! Off to a good start.

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  6. Crossing fingers R...Happy Yom Kippur to you. I love when you post info about Jewish holidays and traditions. I only took one World Religions course in University and I thoroughly enjoyed learning about all the various religions. But thinking of you as you hear word from CCRM.

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  7. Well, I'm thrilled for you about your lining! I hope that you get to continue. :) I grew up in a Christian church that celebrated most Jewish holidays (no xmas or easter there, don't ask very confusing!) Anyway, I always appreciated fasting during Yom Kippur because of the sense of renewal it gave. Hope this is a great fresh start for you. :) hugs.

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  8. So glad it is a good number!

    T

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  9. That sounds like good news, R. I hope the LH won't be a problem. All my toes and fingers are crossed.

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