Monday, February 14, 2011

My Feelings on Jet Lag

So, we have been home since early Friday morning. Since then, I have not had a full night's sleep. I am suffering from the worst case of jet lag ever! My husband is fine and dandy. He sleeps through the night without a problem. My usual waking time is 2 am. I have to sleep through the night tonight, even if it means taking a swig of NyQuil. That should do the trick.

Some other, better news: we have transferred three, grade 1, 8 cell embryos into our surrogate. We are beyond excited at this possibility of this pregnancy. We have about a week and a half or so until we get "the call." We are remaining very positive for our pregnancy and for the other couples that we met transferring right around our time also.

There seem to be a lot of babies due within the next 4-6 weeks, so Mumbai should be hopping! Good luck to you all and best wishes for happy, healthy babies!


Rhonda and Gerry W said...

Talked to Dr. S the other day and he too said he is sure this is your time!

Hoping and praying and waiting on baited breathe for the news!!!

Kerrie and Mark said...

Hopefully you recover soon. Jetleg is a killer, for me I try to normalize as much as possible when I get home. Now, grow embies grow (atleast two of them )!!!

Samual said...

Great Blog. Jet lag is caused by disrupting the body clock, so the best thing to do is to help your body adjust to the new rhythm required when you are in a different time zone.

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