Yep I'm slowly getting closer . Yesterday I did my last progesterone suppository, so I'm a little nervous now to see how it goes and if the placenta is doing its job. My doctor said she stops all of her patients' progesterone at 10 weeks. So fingers crossed! Belly has been getting bigger and then gets smaller again, depending on the day so it seems like it's still mostly bloat but I might lose a little bloat without the suppositories. Still watching my nips to make sure they are still darker and they are. And I've really noticed a heightened sense of smell this week. But otherwise symptoms are lessening, but not gone. Just 4 days until my next appointment. Nervous but I don't have that bad feeling like I did last time. Just waiting and hoping!
Yep. If all looks good (as it should) then I'll start telling more people because I have a big work thing next week with lots of dinners and drinks, and people in from out of town. So would be a perfect time to announce! Very nervous - it's the moment of truth!
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