Well, nothing much to report, except we are back in Colorado and ready for our transfer at 1:15 pm tomorrow! The FET cycle has been way more chill than the full stim cycle. It's nice not having to go in for all those ultrasounds and bloodwork everyday and have the stress of waiting for the phonecalls for further instructions.
We actually got into Denver on Saturday, spent an afternoon in Boulder, then back to Denver for the night, so I could get my progesterone levels drawn on Sunday at CCRM (it was normal). Then we headed up to Fort Collins where I lived for 3 years while I went to grad school for nutrition. I hadn't been in there in 3 years so it was so nice to see how things had changed since I left and reminisce about the good ole grad school days. Colorado State campus looks like it underwent a renaissance after I left. Lots of new buildings and student centers and Huge indoor rockclimbing facility. I hope that I can persaude my child to go to college there one day!
We did a great hike in Lory State Park called Arthur's Rock. Did not make it all the way to the top, but did get some great views of Horsetooth resevoir. The weather is amazing. The leaves are just starting to turn. In about 10 days it should be peak color in the mountains.
Right now I feel calm about the transfer, but am sure I will be a nervous wreck tomorrow, until I get my acupuncture and Valium. I wish it was just a tad bit earlier, so I wouldn't have as much time to fret.
I'm impressed that I have managed to remember to take all these meds at the right times. The progesterone is kinda yucky, but I prefer it over the PIO shots any day. These hormones are making me feel pretty good actually. No headaches!