This is a bittersweet post today. For the first time ever, I have a positive beta! HOWEVER, it's low. It's never good when the nurse starts off the call with "unfortunately, I don't have good news for you". I started spotting so I immediately thought she was going to say it was negative. I was a actually kind of excited when she said, "it's positive, but..."
So although I am spotting and a little crampy, there's a tiny being inside me holding on for now. I appreciate any thoughts, prayers or crossed fingers that can be thrown my way. For those grads lurking who started with low betas, I'd love to here your story (feel free to send privately if you desire).
Us: 39(me)/41(he). TTC since April '11. DOR/MFI. March '12: surgery to remove fibroids, cysts, and endometriosis.
IVF #1: 9/13/12. ER: 9/25. 3R, 2M, 1F. ET: 9/28 (1-6B). Beta: moved from 10/11 to 10/10: BFN.
IVF #2: 11/12 cycle postponed due to Sandy and then cancelled due to elevated E2.
IVF #2.1 cancelled due to cyst.
IVF #2.2: 2/2/13. Converted to IUI. BFN
IVF #3.0: 3/2014. BCP & Microdose Lupron. Cycle cancelled due to poor response.