How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the 2ww

ok love might be pushing it but my obsessive shenanigans have gone on long enough. i think i’ve reached maximum capacity on worrying. i’m just done with it. i had the most horrible cramps last night, so bad that i had to take some tylenol and use a heating pad just to get comfortable. they weren’t like AF this time, more like the previous ones. then this morning i had the tiniest amount of brown on the tissue. it wasn’t much but it was there. and geez another random useless symptom is all i need right now. so after a few moments of freak out i just got to the point where there’s just nothing more i can do. all i can do is stop worrying and learn to love the 2ww. or go incrementally more insane with each passing stroke of the clock. i choose numero uno.

i’m just over it. and honestly i’d rather be napping.

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4 Responses to “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the 2ww”

  1. anon Says:

    i am in the midst of my 2ww and i totally feel your frustrations! hang in there and DONT be discouraged. you have to stay positive as best as you can during the two weeks. i have been bloated beyond belief, with ridicluous lower back pain and abdominal cramping. i just went to the RE and foundout I have mild OHSS and there is all this built up fluid everywhere. so maybe your cramps are that? i dunno, but try to think of your lil embabies as having burrowed themselves into your nice thick lining 🙂

  2. Sarah Says:

    DO take a nap! and you’re so right, you really have no choice but to wait anyway so you might as well…..wait. now i don’t want to get too excited about this, but my one and only sign was the tiniest TINIEST little brown spot. you go ahead and stay calm, but i am eeeeeeeee, so excited!!

  3. kate Says:

    Good luck! I hope your results are great– even your symptoms sound really promising from where I’m sitting-weird cramping, may be good!

    It is odd how time stretches when we are waiting- it must feel like forever. I’ll check back in to see how things go. Hope to find a post called BFP.

  4. Emster Says:

    Hang in there. Your symptoms do sound promising. I had the tiniest spotting the first time I got pregnant and I also had cramping.
    I have opted for sleeping!

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