Monday, November 1, 2010

Triple O!

I got my progesterone blood work done this morning. After waiting all day long I finally got the call from Dr. Baby's nurse.

My progesterone level is greater than 20. The lab that processes everything won't give a specific numbers if it is over 20. But the nurse said everything is looking excellent. She even mentioned that high progesterone levels can sometimes indicate pregnancy but since we don't have a number I shouldn't get too excited yet.

She also went over all my levels from earlier in the cycle and every level is better than the last cycle I ovulated in.

Basically, I ovulated all three of those eggs!!

But she said one thing that had me tearing up:

"Your body is doing everything it needs to in order to sustain a pregnancy."

At that I burst into tears. It's one of the best things anyone has ever said to me.

As for any symptoms, I have a few but I am reluctant to think they're pregnancy symptoms yet. I've been a bit tired and had touches of slight nausea yesterday morning and this morning. The two meals I've had today (chick fil a and chipotle... I know both awful) were terrible! They did not taste ok. And they are both places that I love a lot. So that was strange. We can also say I've been a bit emotional the last couple days.

So there are a few signs that could or could not be pregnancy.

I guess we will just have to wait and see!!!


Sarah Q

6 comments:

  1. HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY!!! Oh congratulations for ovulating! Congratulations for doing so much better than last time! Congratulations to hopefully what is a little bundle or two for you! I'm really thrilled for you. Beyond thrilled. I cried just reading that. Congratulations!

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  2. What a great number!!! My p4 levels were always so low; i dreaded that call! Such positive news! I'm so hopeful for you; my heart is filled with joy. Congrats to you!

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  3. Oh that is great news!!! This made me smile just reading it!! Hoping you have some more pregnancy symptoms that are exactly that! ;)

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  4. I just think you should know that I am so incredibly happy for you, and I CANNOT WAIT to hear the good news Thursday! :)

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  5. congratulations on the good labs! this is so exciting!

    those symptoms sounds awesome... keep us updated!

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  6. Hi Sarah,
    I know exactly what you mean about the excitement over your body actually doing something right and normal. I'm staying positive for you, and hoping to hear some good news soon.

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