Well, if I were looking for a way to keep my mind occupied as we enter out #TWW, I’ve located one!
When he told me, my mind wanted to panic. But I managed to sigh and take a deep breath. The discharge instructions and our nurse have clearly said NOT to stress during the next few days. I couldn’t get crazy. So, I listened as S. and I created a divide and conquer plan. I’ve contacted the credit bureaus and have initiated fraud alerts to prevent new accounts and credit from being opened. I’ve also contacted my companies’ security office(s) to make sure they are aware of it in case anything untoward happens.
The good news is I had a colleague tell me that the operating system that S. uses is one of the most difficult to encrypt and even if by some magic they were able to use the computer, they wouldn’t be able to access the files without being a hacker extraordinaire based on the additional protocols we use. That made me feel better. The bad news is the computer also had some sentimental pictures and things on it that are irreplaceable. Those things S. can’t get back and as he isn’t a big fan of clouds. It can pretty much be counted gone. Also, are the notes and projects he has already started for his job. That’s okay though. He is still in good spirits and I know it will be okay.
I hope everyone has a good evening and I will write again, soon.
IVF CD19 Medications
- Estradol – 2 pills taken orally (1 AM/1 PM)
- Endometrin- 1 vaginal insert 3 times a day
IVF CD19 Symptoms
- Cramps off and on (probable cause is endometrin)
- Fatigue (probable cause is endometrin)
IVF CD19 Developments
- Nothing worth mentioning
- Beta test day- 28 Oct 2016