Give me shot! Someone!!

The following is a rant, it is only a rant, please excuse the F-bomb, but I liberally use it when I am pissed off:

Give me a fucking break. On top of the normal pressures of the 2WW, NOW my husband has to go on a fucking business trip. He has to go on Monday, and it looks like he will be gone the whole week. Meanwhile, who the fuck is going to give me my PIO shot??!? My eight year old?!?!? My cat?!?!? Nope, its going to be about as wierd tho--I am going to try to rope my brother into it.

Oh, this should be fun. Oh, not to mention the fact that now I will have to be single working mom while hormonal (AND I am supposed to be taking it easy?!?!) Maybe I could just prop the needle up in a chair and sit on it...


Okay, now that that is over:

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Comments

Mony said…
You'll get pregnant for sure!
Lara said…
I know you'll think I'm crazy, but maybe you could try to give yourself the shot? My husband is deployed to Afghanistan and has been for this entire cycle and I (up until about 2 years ago when I started going to the RE) am a needle phobe! The PIO can also be injected into your leg, on top, in the muscle. If you numb it for half an hour with frozen vegetable package it'll be nice and numb and all you have to do is pinch it up and do it. If I can do it, ANYone can...let me know if you need any support on this issue!!!! I have been doing it now for almost a month....its not much fun but I actually kind of like doing it better than having him do it because I can feel when it hurts and stop for a second. Anyhow...good luck! You can do it!
Kim said…
The image of propping the needle on a chair and sitting on it is cracking me up.

My husband's office is talking about sending him out of town around *retrieval day*. Uh, no. He has one thing in all this that he absolutely has to be around for, and this it it. So I empathize with you.
Delenn said…
Thanks for the advice Lara. Giving myself a shot is a good option. I have done all the smaller shots--

My question is how do you make sure its the correct place?

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