I'm so sorry you have to go through this, Ruth. I know how hard it sucks. Like everyone else, I'm hoping it was just a bad sample. Do you know if they spun the sample down to look for a few?
In case you haven't delved into the blog world, you can find a handful of blogs of people in similar situations here:http://www.stirrup-queens.com/a-whole-lot-of-blogging-brought-to-you-sorted-and-filed/diagnostics-room/
Let me know if you have any questions. We've had the diagnosis for 9 months already, and have done a ton of research.
Thank you Sophie for the AWESOME siggy!!!
"think things are getting so routine for so many of us that there isn't much to say anymore.
"I'm coming out of my busiest time work-wise in 2 years."
Thanks everyone for the words of encouragement.
Hey Ruth, I'm so sorry for the bad results. I'm really hoping it was just a bad sample. That your DH felt it was not as 'good' as normal is a good sign that he usually has better results.
Adrienne, thanks for keeping the thread alive. I agree that we need a place that is relatively BFP-free (well, I actually hope we had lots of them, but you know what I mean). Even though we are quiet, I do check to see what is going with people.
AFM, I'm coming out of my busiest time work-wise in 2 years. There is still a good deal of work in the next several weeks, but I met my big deadlines today and am vegging out right now. cupcakes, yumm
ruth, i really really hope that it was just a bad sample and that a repeat s/a will show good swimmers.