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Thursday, 17 November 2005


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Oh, no. Back in limbo again. I'm so sorry.

Lisa P.

No hopping, I promise. However there are cases that have been stranger, so I will just say I will be thinking of you -- which works no matter which way things go.


I'm so sorry for this latest turn. I get so frustrated when there's no clear resolution one way or the other. Makes a crappy situation worse. I'm thinking of you.


When will this craziness end?

I think if you did have a beta of 5 it means that you did have an implantation but there was not enough development. I don't think megadoses of progesterone would have made a difference. Please don't blame yourself. None of this is your fault.

I'm sure these twists and turns are driving you crazy (why couldn't the doctor had spoken clearly?!?) but let them keep monitoring you, just in case it's an ectopic.


I'm so sorry, Thalia. I've had a chemical, and it is truly a mindfuck of an experience. Most of the time chemical pregnancies are caused by chromosomal abnormalities. The embryo implants but stops developing soon after. I'm so very sorry if this is what has happened to you.


Oh Thalia... You're in my thoughts. I wish I could say something more comforting.


Argh! Mindfuck, indeed. I hope you get true resolution PDQ!


Don't want to scare you. I once had a beta of 5, and it turned out to be ectopic. Keep an eye on it.


Oh Thalia, I know how frustrating this is for you. I wish there was something I could say to make things better. Thinking of you.

Mary Scarlet

Crap. I'm so sorry Thalia. There may be some small silver lining of comfort in there somewhere but it is hard to see it now. I have never been in this situation myself but not knowing is so awful.


Lately I've wanted to look up to the heavens so often and say "What else, o Lord?" But the problem is, I'm afraid of getting the answer. And it always seems to come anyway.

Thalia, I'm so sorry this couldn't have been just a simple "no". I hope that in your mind you can treat it as if it were, and not think too much about what might have happened. (And no, I don't think extra progesterone would have made any difference at that point. There is nothing you could or should have done.) And I hope to Mr. Whatelse that it is not an ectopic. May you be spared that, my dear. May you be spared something.


I'm so sorry! It's not your fault. Big fat hugs.

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