For those of you keeping score at home, we’re on CD10 here folks.
Not much news in the nether regions. But I have got a couple questions here. In all seriousness, despite the ickiness of them. Any advice is more than welcome.
Our IUI will likely fall right around Purim. Which means that, God willing, I will be good and pregnant around Pesach.
Now, I’m trying to prepare for pregnancy like a good girl should — prenatals and all. I am also one of those people who already get a good dose of daily fiber, neatly split between insoluble and soluble. And I am already having “issues” dispensing with the solidified paving tar that has taken control of my intestines.
See where this is going?
I am scared shitless (pun very much intended) that I will not be able to make No. 2 during Passover. So if anyone has high-fiber Pesach recipes, I’d really like to hear them. Or is there a kosher l’pesach fiber supplement?*
Next question: How long after an IUI do you test for pregnancy? I’m guessing the usual 2ww, but I’d love to hear other stories or notes on this. Does anyone just wait to see if they get their period? And if you are preggo, does that mean you’re already at four weeks?
* Funny Pesach joke: The Metamucil company and Manischewitz have gotten together to create a high-fiber supplement to prevent constipation during Passover.
It’s called “Let my people go.”
In the event I don’t post beforehand, what with the muskrat pelt attacks and all, a very happy Purim to all and a good Shabbos.