Holy Medications Batman!

Don’t know if you can see the picture very clearly….

But notice the bag of Hershey’s Kisses.

Yep, that was included with the big box o’ meds. I love a pharmacy with a sense of humor.

12 thoughts on “Holy Medications Batman!

  1. Hi! I found you through ICLW. I was drawn to your blog as the words in your three word/phrase description were very similar to mine. I too am a parent, deal with SIF and have had RPL. I am sorry for your losses and what you are going through trying to expand your family. (((HUGS))) I LOVE that your pharmacy sent you “kisses” w/ your meds!!! That is so fun and creative! I did two fresh IVF cycles last year, one that was converted to IUI and one FET. So if you are looking to read about another SIFer’s experience w/ cycling, feel free to read my posts from last year. Just to warn you, after our unsuccessful fresh cycles, our 1st FET was successful, but our baby girl was born in April w/ a rare and severe combination of congenital heart defects and only lived for a short time (nothing to do w/ the IVF/FET).Anyway, I am wishing you the best on your first IVF cycle!!!(ICLW)

  2. Like Erika, I’m sure I would have cried with such a special touch. I’m sure you’re husband was thinking, “What’s the big deal?”Some days it’s good to be a girl with an excuse to indulge in the good stuff like chocolate.I’m really hoping and hoping for you, Shelli.

  3. Hey, I had a photo like that last June! Ah, the memories. I remember the first time I had to shoot myself in the belly. I had my darling husband ice me down, and then I wiped the spot off with alcohol and pinched the skin. I then proceeded to sit there for about 10 minutes working up the nerve to put the daggone needle in. Yes, it was a little traumatic. By the end of the course, though, I was a pro. That’s not something you ever hope to be pro at!Love the kisses included. Make sure to take one with every shot. That’s my Rx, anyway.I held on to the stupid sharps container for far too long. I didn’t go in to the doctor again until my out-of-the-blue BFP six months later, and I went nowhere that would take care of it for me. Finally when I had my first OB appointment at the end of February (yes, that’s a long time to have a little red container on one’s dresser), I gave it to them. Buh-bye! I hope you get to get rid of yours sooner than that b/c you’re on your way to giving birth to a healthy little one. 🙂

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