You Suck.

Thursday, December 13th, 2012.  CD17, 5DPO.

I’m already losing faith in this cycle.

Testing out the trigger?

No.  Took the month off from that at the suggestion of my TTCBFF.  I miss it, and not feeling like I have control SUCKS.

My temps?

Low.  Like pre-ovulation-low.  Suck.

My symptoms?

Nonexistent, and therefore, suck.


So anyway, now that that’s out of the way…

How about some updates?

I don’t have much.  Like previously stated, this Two Week Wait has been pretty uneventful thus far.

My temps have been wonky and low, my boobs don’t hurt, and I don’t feel twingy like I did during my pregnancy/miscarriage cycle’s TWW.

The only thing that seems promising is that I’m freaking exhausted and I’m an eating machine.  I realize both of those are probably entirely due to the increase in progesterone I likely have due to ovulating two mature eggies this cycle, but still… that’s all I have to hold onto.

I’m hoping that this weekend will bring some higher temps and giant, painful chesticles to renew my hope, but we shall see.

For now though, I’m just trying to enjoy this bustling, chilly time of year.  The house is getting somewhere near order, I have Christmas shopping to finish this weekend, and my family is coming to Ohio to visit next weekend.

I’m thankful for our many blessings, and the blessed distractions that will (hopefully) keep me from obsessing about my every twinge and temp drop.

Happy holidays, everyone!  🙂


8 comments on “You Suck.

  1. Nadia
    December 13, 2012 at 9:32 am #

    My boobs never hurt but I was freaking tired!


    • Tracy
      December 13, 2012 at 9:39 am #

      Maybe your boobs never hurt because they’re freaking enormous and the sheer mass of boob absorbed all the pain. 😉


      • jackie
        December 13, 2012 at 8:30 pm #

        Exactly…Nads boobs are huge…. I wish I had some of their fullness!!


  2. linzelulu
    December 13, 2012 at 10:07 am #

    Since my m/c my boobs have always hurt before AF so maybe its a good sign that yours don’t!! 🙂


  3. Deanna
    December 13, 2012 at 10:45 am #

    Ha ha about Nadias boobs. Mine always hurt, but the timming was different with all my pregnancies. Sometimes I felt tired first signs sometimes my boobs hurt first..and sometimes I didn’t feel pregnant all. I’m pulling for you guys, like always!


  4. journey2dfuture
    December 13, 2012 at 2:34 pm #

    I felt nothing while in my TWW, nothing – Sweet FA! I was shocked to find out I was even Pregnant.
    Hang in there – Having no symptons doesn’t always mean bad things.


  5. Irekat
    December 16, 2012 at 9:38 am #

    My boobs hurt for the 1st pregnancy which ended up being a miscarriage, and for the 2nd (successful) pregnancy they didn’t hurt at all. Every pregnancy is different, which can make you crazy, but is reassuring too. Hang in there!! It WILL happen!!


    • Tracy
      December 16, 2012 at 9:40 am #

      I needed to hear that… thank you!! It is maddening, and as well as I think I know my body, I realize that I need to have faith. 🙂


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