I have been having a roller coaster weekend. On friday I had my IUI. My numbers were great, but somehow DH sample was not as good as the first one. I was a little bummed and somehow upset at him. How could he do this to me, like he had any control over it. Once in the clinic room after they had done the IUI a thought came to my mind. I don't want to impose my belief on anyone but this is what came to mind. When the virgin Mary had Jesus, she did not even had any sperm inside of her, it was all done with the power of God thhrough the Holly Spirit. I felt comforted and hopefull. On saturday I took my oldest nephew to a farmer's market and he told me that his mommy, my little sister was expecting yet another baby, baby 3. This is my little sister, who doesn't even get AF, but she is pregnant, again. I was devastated and couldn't help it but to shed a couple of tears right there. Sunday I went to mass, and on the way I pray to God to somehow send me a message. I told him that I believe in the power of the Holly Spirit and I knew that he could do wonders through the holly spirit. I got to mass, and the whole mass was about the holly spirit, how he came to the apostles, and to Mary, twice, once when she got pregnant with Jesus. I know that God is talking to me. I am on my 2ww and yesterday I got progesterone results to check whether or not I ovulated. They came out great. I got 23.74. I know the DR. told me she wanted them to be above 15, they are 23. I still have 9 more days until I can test, but i have a lor of faith and hope that it will happen. I don't know if it will be this cycle, but it will happen because God can do anything and I have faith. Don't loose your faith ladies, at times, it is the only thing we have. Good luck to you all. Sorry for the so long post.
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