That's pretty much how I've been feeling for months. I watch everyone else moving along, doing something, cycling, buying meds, working with their clinic. Me? Nothing, just waiting and waiting and waiting.
I've tried to find others who are waiting too - whether with CCRM or Cornell or wherever. Know what I find? Nada, not a thing. On the contrary, I've found a few girls who were given the 6-9 month timeline and got matched in weeks or a couple of months (the longest at 3). I found a girl who was matched with Cornell at 2 months (they're known for their 1 year waiting list).
I've actually been regretting my decision to go with CCRM. I would have been transferred already if I'd gone with IVF NJ or San Diego - and their stats are damned good. I really don't want to be sitting here in June asking my nurse if they have a donor for me yet.
The economy is in the toilet, unemployment is staggeringly high, egg donors are supposidly lighting up the lines in all fertility clinics, my match criteria is ridiculously small and in a couple of weeks it'll be 4 months with not one single call they initiate to me, not even a possible match to look at, not even a call to say, Hey, you're on top of the list now.
Can this be right?