I have to admit I feel as unpregnant as I did three months ago. I would give anything to feel something besides some cramping, which has also pretty much disappeared.
Earlier I mentioned breast tenderness? Gone.
I understand that a majority of symptoms do not manifest until closer to six weeks, but let’s hypothesize here for just a moment.
Let’s say that the ever illusive hCG was increasing as it should. Since my initial levels started off higher, wouldn’t it then make sense that if I was going to feel any symptoms, I would feel them earlier?
So of course I am now justifying the reason I am not feeling anything is because there’s going to be nothing to feel.
Much suckage would ensue.
On the other hand, I remember Wolf. That sly embryo kept me forever at the edge of my seat in a pregnancy-induced schizophrenia:
“I didn’t get pregnant. It’s over.”
“I’m pregnant, but it’s over.”
“The beta didn’t increase. It’s over.”
“The beta increased, but didn’t double. Now it’s over.”
“Wow, the beta increased in less than 40 hours! It can’t be over!”
“Empty gestational sac. It’s really over.”
“Hey! Now there’s a heartbeat! I can finally be ‘cautiously optimistic’ and enjoy the idea of not having the crappy symptoms!”
“Ooops. Enlarged gestational sac. Yep. This time it’s over.”
Hence, the name Wolf (The Girl Who Cried Pregnant).
Only three more days until the third beta. At least I can be thankful it’s not another six days, right?
Is valium bad during a pregnancy, even I don’t mix it with alcohol?
You all are just trying to mess with my head now, aren’t you? I really did not make the Holiday Card Exchange confusing…
You send me your address. I send you my address.
You send me a card. I send you a card.
You only have to add one more card to your pile; however I will have to add oodles. And I actually do write something in the card! Not just my name! It’s awwwwwwesome, dude! Bring out the exclamation points!
Now send me your address. Quit stalling and being all nambypamby. You know I’m talking to YOU.
I think I’ll set the cut-off date to get your address to me for November 30th since I would like to get the international cards sent out early December, which may reach those of you celebrating Hanukkah a bit late…(sorry about that).
Rumor has it that I closed down this blog. Not so. I decided to devote the majority of my blogging energy to TKO during the month of November. It was important to me to keep myself from feeling too scattered at this time and while others went the route of NaBloPoMo, I went the opposite, since posting every day wasn’t a challenge. The challenge was to leave this site for one month, and as you can see, I wasn’t able to meet said challenge.
I’ll be back in December. For how long after that still is yet to be seen.