I officially suck at blogging.
Anyway today was CD 13 the day of my lining check. It has been a crazy day. First Thursday is apparently my local RE's late day, so the earliest appointment I could get was 10:00 am. I get there and the office is pretty busy. I finally get called back for my u/s and my lining looks perfect, 10.2 mm (donor clinic looks for at least 7 mm) and triple striped. Now all I need is my blood work. I couldn't get it done before my appointment because my RE's office has the order and of course the lab is a little busy after my appointment, but I get everything taken care of by 11:00am. Now the wait begins.
At 2:00 PM (in the middle of a meeting of course) I get a call from my donor clinic. They don't have my monitoring. They ask me to have them fax my u/s results so they can at least make sure they are ok. I call my clinic and they just got my blood work back, but they are pretty busy. I let them know that I really need the results faxed soon since the other clinic closes at 4:00 pm EST, which is in an hour.
I spend the next hour nervously watching my phone. At a few minutes after 3:00 pm (4:00 eastern) I get a call from my donor clinic RE. We are good to transfer! I start PIO and antibiotics tonight. The plan is to thaw my 6 day 2 embryos and grow them to blast and transfer two of them. If we don't get two blasts we'll thaw our 3 blasts and re freeze any extras. He said that on average 1 in 3 make it to blast, so hopefully we'll get at least 2 out if our 6 day 2 embryos. I think our donor couple had a better than average blast rate from the half of the embryos they grew to blast, so I have my fingers crossed that we might get more than 2.
I finalized our travel arrangements this evening. We are flying out Tuesday morning and flying home on Thursday. I can't believe how quickly this process has went. I should be PUPO this time next week, crazy.