For those of you who wonder whether for this IVF I'll test early let me point you in the direction of this post.
To summarise: I won't.
Luckily this being a frozen embryo transfer there was no trigger shot to give me a false positive. Even without that false friend, when I test I don't want to squint in the early morning light wondering if there is a faint line or just my imagination drawing it in.
It isn't easy exerting this amount of willpower over a body that hasn't been denied a slice of cake or packet of mini cheddars since my last diet in 1993. Although it has been wheeled out occasionally when I give up booze, which I've been doing on an irregular basis for the last six years.
So you can stop logging in everyday to check - yes, I'm talking to you.
But that doesn't mean that I am not thinking about what is happening in there every day. I've graduated from my hypnosis meditation on visualising the embryo embedding into a healthy blood-rich womb from simply shouting "DIG IN!" in the general direction of my gut at random intervals during the day.
There are some uterine twinges. But what these twinges mean I can't be sure.
My breasts feel normal. (Although the husband is more likely to describe them as feeling spectacular, but we are judging on different criteria.)
The drugs are being taken, and are likely to be the cause of any tiredness or other could-that-be-a-pregnancy-symptom type thing.
It's like waiting for Christmas and genuinely not knowing whether you are going to find a lump of coal or presents in your stocking. (See, keeping it topical.)