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Book Review: Tegan Wren’s Inconceivable!

Somehow, in the magical way that Twitter is supposed to work, when it’s not cluttered with ads and plugs and bots, I met author Tegan Wren. She and I connected, as sisters in fiction, motherhood, and endometriosis. Having┬ájust completed her first book Inconceivable! which debuts in November, I was lucky enough to receive an advanced…

Lost Girl

Nearly three weeks later, I finally got the results from the embryo analysis of my miscarried fetus. The embryo was chromosomally abnormal due to maternal Triploidy, 69 XXX. While I was told in a message by my RE that I could find some reassurance in knowing that I did not lose a chromosomally normal embryo…

Coincidence or ?

I had my D&C Friday and I am so glad that my Beverly Hills fertility clinic was able to fit me in, rather than having to go to the new, closer doctor I found with his old ultrasound equipment. He wanted me to be awake for the procedure, but would drug me with Demerol. Um,…