After many years of trying to conceive we finally decided to bite the bullet and undergo IVF. I'm very excited that this month I have several follicles (a previous cycle was canceled for only producing 2 follicles). I was so thrilled to see some sign of life in my ovaries that I called my mom to giver her a daily update, and I told a few people partly because we have been through so much, and also because I finally had some good news. My mom told me to "not talk about it, don't tell so many people." Another friend didn't even answer my email when I told her the good news. It's not like I'm telling the guy at the post office, but can't I tell loved ones? Is anyone keeping this a secret? It's kind of hard to not talk about it. I go to the doctors everyday, I can't drink alcohol, or coffee, and every night at 9 pm my husband gives me my shot. So when we're out with friends we have to run to the bathroom together so he can give me my meds. It's raised more than a few eyebrows. We're also broke from the costs, people always ask why we don't have any money. Should I just bite my lip or lie?
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