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Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears. Parents, Parenting, Ask For Help, Success Business, Give It To Me, We're Back, I-ready, Things That Bounce
Behind The Scenes: More IVF Tales
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears.
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable. Recovery, Emotional Wellbeing, Stomach Swelling, Pain Medication, Medical Prescription, Sanitary Pads, Support Bras, No Worries, On Shoes
Your Recovery Toolkit: 10 Tips After Egg Retrieval Procedure
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable. Eggs, 10 Things, Canning, I Am Scared
Navigating Recovery: Top 10 Tips After Egg Retrieval
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable. Procedure, Anesthesia
What Comes Next? 10 Recovery Tips After Egg Retrieval Procedure
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears. The Next Step, His Office, Care, We Need, Believe, Journey
Our IVF Chronicle Continues
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears.
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable. Endometriosis, Emotional Support
Post-Procedure Guidance: 10 Tips for Egg Retrieval Recovery
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears. Just Give Up, Doctor, It Hurts
Our Infertility & IVF Journey Continues
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears.
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Self Care, Self, Nurturing, Lifestyle, Rituals, Have A Shower, Happy Lifestyle
5 Self Care Rituals For A Happier Lifestyle
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears. Meant To Be, More Than Words, I Am Broken
More Than Words: Shedding Light On Our IVF Progess
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears.
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
Essential Advice: 10 Recovery Tips After Egg Retrieval
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
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Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears. I Work Hard
A Ray Of Hope: Part 7 Of Our IVF Story
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears.
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Setting Goals, Help Me Fall Asleep, How To Fall Asleep, Skincare, Intentions
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There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable. 10 Essentials, Vaginal, Laydown
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As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Healthy Living
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There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Practice, 18 Months, 18 Month Old, 5 Ways
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There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable. Ease
Nurturing You: 10 Recovery Tips Post Egg Retrieval
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears. Fertility, Freeze, Insight, Sterile
Insights Into Our IVF Journey
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears.
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
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There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
Post-Retrieval Relief: 10 Essential Tips for a Smooth Recovery
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Feelings, Daily Habits
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There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
Recovery Roadmap: 10 Vital Tips After Egg Retrieval Procedure
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears. Mother
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Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears.
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
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There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Postpartum
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There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
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As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Healthy Mind And Body, Healthy Mind, Postnatal
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There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears. Trying To Conceive, This Is Us
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Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. As the doctor called us into his office, I started to tear up (again). I still can’t believe how lucky we were to find our doctor; he always had time to listen and allow us to process the next steps we needed to take in our IVF journey. As soon as we sat down, he stopped and asked with care, “How are you?” Hello, more tears.
As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
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As someone who has been through the egg retrieval process several times, I know how daunting it can be. My first egg retrieval was during the pandemic, and it was my first-ever hospital visit and procedure. I was scared of going under anaesthesia and recovering from the procedure. However, with some careful planning, I found that I was able to ease my worries and make my recovery more manageable.
Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF. Before Baby
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Will we ever be parents? A couple of weeks after our failure, we were back in the doctor’s office ready for the next round of IVF.
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
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There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?