November 30, 2006 at 7:50 pm 2 comments

It was quite an event trying to get the results from my second beta today. I called the re’s office at 11:30 and they had not received my results. They asked me to call back around 2pm, which was perfect timing for me as my break was scheduled at that time.

At 2pm I rushed downstairs to call only to find out the results still were not in. So I called the lab to find out what was happening. The lab said the results were faxed 20 minutes earlier but by this time my break was over. Frustrated, I went back upstairs and asked my supervisor if I could pop out at 3 pm for a few minutes to call.

At 3:20 I headed back downstairs, called my nurse, C, and asked if the results had finally showed up. They did … just 5 minutes before I called. I’m not sure if the fax was queued or the lab is full of liars.

Results for 16dpdiui … a whopping 954! Almost tripled. Holy shit.

Ultrasound is scheduled for December 19th at 1pm.

Sgt. is now very concerned with the number of beans my womb may be containing.

And quite frankly so am I.


Entry filed under: 2 week wait, Everyday.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Inglewood  |  November 30, 2006 at 10:43 pm

    Awesome!!!! We have similar numbers, will let you know my count on the 8th. WooHoo!

  • 2. Carlyn  |  December 1, 2006 at 5:27 am

    That’s wonderful news. I hope the bean count goes well.


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Who’s that girl?

Me: 36, army wife and mother of two boys. Hoping for "one more miracle". We have tried the adoption route for almost 7 years and have recently changed directions. We are now down this road travelled by many, IF Blvd. 3 diui's, one BFN, two BFP and two heatbreaking miscarriages later we are at a crossroad ... do we try just one more time? Come along for the ride, be sure to have your tables in the upright position and your seatbelt firmly secured ... it is sure to be a bumpy ride.


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