I've had some trouble with my Blogger app. I am attempting this from the site via my phone so just a quick update.
I arrived safely but a bit exhausted. My travels were smooth save for one militant security woman in Frankfurt. She went all through my meds and even matched up the doctor's letter to what I had with me. My heart nearly froze after she approved of that and then moved on to my bag of liquids. I was way overthe limit and explained it was for three weeks. She tisked at my lack of checked baggage but let me through.
I made it to the clinic in the CZ. The IVF coordinator met me at the train station and whisked me to the clinic. I was apprehensive that after the D&C I would have too little lining at that point, even with a hefty estrogen regime. It was 10.5 though and the doctor proclaimed it to be "perfect for transfer". It was so worth the extra 8 hours of travel that day just to know for sure.
I got an update last night that the donor will have retreival on Tuesday and I'll have a transfer on Sunday the 23rd. I've had to do some rearranging of my itinerary because I've now got two extra days that I Havebefore I have to be near the clinic. It's a great problem to have at this point.
I am doing this blog via free wifi at a cafe in the square of St. Stephan's church in Budapest. It's a lively city and it's beauty has made me tear up a couple of times. Must be the meds! All for now but in my next post I'll talk a little about the clinic and my first impressions.
Curious note: why is it that at home cigarette smoking is repulsive but I'm finding it to be quite sophisticated here????
Please excuse any errors btw. I can't see what I'm writing for some reason...