No BFP anymore

Darn BFN! How strange is my body?! That test on Sat looked good. Maybe it was a bad test?! It’s ok though – I’m ok. I figured this would happen. Maybe one day it’ll be for real. We’re still thinking surrogacy is our best bet.

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13 thoughts on “No BFP anymore

  1. I don’t believe in false positives. And don’t blame your body. I do think it’s some crazy minute dna issue (the DQ match) that is causing most of these issues. Sucky but true, but just to say- don’t blame yourself or your body. Knowing that you can get pregnant, maybe you should make a plan to help yourself cope. Like- don’t test until 16 dpo or don’t test or whatever, to help you through it. Sorry this wasn’t the time but I do believe you will have your baby.

  2. I’m so sorry hun, I can’t imagine what you’re going through. I’ll be praying hard that you find a wonderful surrogate to help you bring home your take home baby.

  3. So sorry Lisa. It just isn’t fair that you have to keep enduring these mind games and the disappointment that comes from them. Sending you some love and hugs from Beantown.

  4. I am so sorry Lisa. Are there any meds that you can try that are immune suppressors that would help you implant. I am on Imuran an immune suppressor for Crohn’s disease which is autoimmune (your digestive tract is treated like an intruder and it is attacked). But I stayed on Imuran my whole pregnancy. And I had a pretty healthy one (after over three years trying and one loss later). I know that transplant patients are on Imuran and greater dosages when they have their babies. Just a thought I wanted to throw out there. I will continue to keep you and your hubby and angel babies in our prayers.

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