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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Have you ever wondered?

Have you ever wondered, "Why me?" Maybe you're having a bad day or hit a rough patch and wonder why you're having to go through it at the time. I'm sure we've all thought it at one point or another.

When you deal with IF/PL, you wonder "Why NOT me?" Everyone else has what you so desperately want. You feel like the last one picked to be on the team in PE. You wonder why it's so easy for everyone else. You feel that you are being left out and left behind in the land of IF. And all of those feelings are true feelings.

I've learned of at least three new pregnancies/births in the past few days. And, yes, I've wondered "Why NOT me????"

Maybe I should add, "When me?" to that. Guess it would be more of a waste of my breath and thought capacity though.


WiseGuy said...

I have wondered...Why me, Why not me, and When me....And I wait and I wait and I wait...

No end to this game in sight!

Maria (MKC101103) said...

I think WHEN is the better question. It WILL happen, and I'll be praying for you and sending hugs until it does happen.

Erin Fae said...

Ditto Maria.

Lucky said...

It sucks so much that it seems to come so easily to everyone else. It's painful. I have asked this question over and over...


Wifezzilla said...

i have often wondered, "why would i ever have thought it would be as easy for me as it is for anyone else". i'm sort of a downer sometimes. ;)

Carrot Cake said...

Hi Kristen....Factor V Leiden HTZ, MTHFR 1298 HMZ (meaning got if from both parents) Factor XIII HTZ, and finally PA1-1 HTZ. Okay, two losses, sucky doctors that don't give a rat's _ss, and don't listen when I am screaming to them there is something wrong! Then finally, after taking charge searching for a doctor and getting genetic testing...Yeah BABY! I got super drunk, jumped my husband, knew I was pregnant within 12 hours of conception, and started Lovenox therapy the same week! I didn't need to chart only becuase I quit worrying about it. I know, it's a cliche, but its true. I won't lie, the delivery was awesome, but the pregancy sucked! I mean it was really bad, stabbing myself eveyday with needles of Lovenox and then taking metformin in such a high dose I thought I was going to die. My whole pregnancy I was fearful of another loss, so that I didn't even enjoy being pregnant. It wasn't real till they handed me my baby James and his eyes opened... It was real. Thank you Dr. Hatjis and Team that FOUGHT over my medical care and every decision. Thank you for LOVENOX and HEPARIN to curb my jacked up genetic mutations that surely have been passed to my child. We want more children, but realize how selfish it would be, considering the higher risk with birth defects. I thank my lucky stars everyday that James doesn't seem to have anything wrong with him except for one birthmark on his back where I tell him that is where God patted you and said you were done, its time to come out now!Stick with PLAN A.... its a GREAT PLAN!!! PLAN A worked for me, and I hope it does the same for you too!

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Shanny said...

How can the word "why" be so tiny and so powerful? I like "when" better, for you I will keep praying that very very soon my dear. Big hug.

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