I went to see Dr. P. bright and early yesterday morning at 6:30 AM. When I got into the office I was shocked that only one other girl was in the waiting room. Usually the office is packed, so I was happy to see that that wasn't the case this time. Dr. P. did my ultrasound and said everything looked good so far. I've only been doing the injections for a week so I'll continue them through the weekend and head back in for another ultrasound/blood draw on Monday morning. My hormone levels were right where they needed to be unlike last cycle at this time. It looks like we finally got the dosage right. If things look good on Monday, I'm going to ask Dr. P. if we can do the IUI 24 hours after the trigger shot instead of 36 hours after. It really can't hurt to do it a little earlier just to make sure we don't miss ovulation this time. My stomach is so ready to be done with this injections. I have huge bruises on the right side that have turned a lovely shade of yellow. I think my body is rebelling against this. However, I definitely don't feel as bloated this time which is good. This may be due to the fact that I've been gluten free for almost 2 weeks now. I can already feel a difference so I'll be continuing the diet. I could (and probably will) write a post on that later this weekend.
Side note: This may come off as a little bit selfish but my best friend told me that she's going to be testing on Sunday because her period is late. Don't get me wrong - I'll be so excited for her if she's pregnant. But then again, I know down deep that I'll be jealous. Her and her husband have only been trying since November. She's been so supportive through my miscarriages and this whole infertility journey so I want to be nothing but supportive towards her. How I be 100% supportive when I have jealously issues though?