I am currently 34 wks pregnant after an IVF cycle. I was very open w/ my coworkers about the process and after my experience one of my coworkers decided to do IVF. We've talked alot about it and she's asked me questions and I've supported her along the way. She's now at the stim phase and things aren't going well she has one folly to large it's 19 and 2 that are 11-13 then 3 that are less than 11. She is so worried that things won't go well and keeps saying " I just want things to work the first time like they did for you" I don't know what to say to her. I want to support and encourage her without saying the wrong thing. I told her that there's still time for the other follies to "catch up" (retrival expected later this week) and that it truly only takes one embye to make a baby ( I only transfered one w/ this pregnancy). But I don't want to give her false hope or seem insensitive. Help me I'm not sure what I should do/say to help her.
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