The best thing you can do is find a dr whom you trust completely. Then try to find ways to reduce your stress over it - I won't say don't get stressed because its a stressful process. But, make sure you are good to yourself. Go out to dinner with your husband, see every movie you can, take long walks, whatever it is that you enjoy. Do things that remind you that there is more in your life than just the IVF process.
Then hope, pray, do a baby dance, whatever you believe in to think positively and bring yourself good energy.
@Lemon thank u - your post has given me a lot of hope- I went for a scan yesterday and the same thing happened to me!!
@Momaioneil - good luck to you! Just an update to give you more hope, we had two frozen cycles end in the birth of my sons. One is 3 and the other just turned a year old. It always helped my spirits stay high when I heard of other success stories, so I hope this helps you. Good luck again and baby dust to you!
Thanks so much @Lemon ! Did u have any problems with the pouch at all or did everything go smoothly?
@Momaioneil I had c-sections with both b/c I had read of the risk for bowel incontinence after vaginal birth with a j-pouch and my OB didn't want me to risk it. He cut the incision along the same scar line, then did a transverse incision on the uterus (which is how most c-sections are done). I did have cholestasis of pregnancy though, which is rare, but I had it with both pregnancies and therefore both boys were born just before 36 weeks. That wasn't because of the pouch, but IVF pregnancies can contribute to it.