Why is nothing ever easy?!?!?!

So I went to my RE today in the hopes that my lining was even thicker than Monday and to start PIO tonight…well I got bad news that my lining was not thicker but THINNER!!! It went from 7.9mm to 7.1mm in 2 days!!! WTF!!!!!!!  I am just so sad and distraught about everything!!!!!!!!  It can never be easy and when I think everything is going right it doesnt!!! I sat with my RE and she compared my lining, which was 7.6mm, when I got pregnant and now and it looks the same so my lining def has issues.  I guess she is more concerned with the fact that its not trilaminar. She switched me to vaginal estrogen and I have to go back on Tuesday. She personally wants to see what the lining looks like. She mentioned doing a “natural” injectable cycle to get my lining to thicken by ovulation induction but I am really hoping that my lining gets to where it needs to be in the next week.  All I can do is hope that in the next week my lining thickens up and gets trilaminar.  I know the ultimate goal is to transfer our embryos into the most optimal uterus possible but there is no guarantee that even a triaminar lining will get me pregnant. This just SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!

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8 comments on “Why is nothing ever easy?!?!?!
  1. Brianna says:

    I am so sorry! I’m going through a similar situation right now with my body not behaving like it should. I know exactly what you mean when you think things are going one way, just to find out you’re wrong. Hoping with you that next week your lining looks better.

  2. Ana H says:

    Ugh. How awful. Hopefully the vaginal estrogen helps. I have heard wonderful things about it. Good luck. I will be thinking of you.

  3. catwoman73 says:

    Ugh- I’m sorry. From a lovely vacation to this- life deals nasty blows sometimes. Hugs to you…

  4. Lisa says:

    Sorry things didn’t look the way they should. My last FET was nearly canceled due to a homogenous lining. Some of us just don’t make that great triple lining. I hope things turn around in the next few days. And you’re right, things never seem to go smoothly with this process. It seems we always find bumps in the road. Not fair.

    • cindysn says:

      Thank you. The RE said that my lining looks the same as when I got pregnant the last time so maybe as you say my lining just does not get to be trilaminar. But hey it worked last time and they almost canceled it last time since it was not optimally thick.

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