The next step in how the process of freezing eggs works is all about frames. I mentioned in my last video that I thought that the pictures I was going to give would be very light – like an epipen. I thought they would be automatic, and I just stuck it in my stomach very quickly and easily and was on my way.
It was much harder than that.
But it was doable.
I think that the fact that I assumed that it would be so easy, but then the realization that it was a real injection complicated the situation. My expectations were wrong, and this led me to this process a bit more dumbfounded than if I knew from the very beginning that this would be a real shot with real measurements and real needles.
Note: no one directly told me that it would be an epipen injection. I have seen that some of the images are available in a pre-measured state and are ready for injection, like an epipen in my research. And I always assume that medicine and technology develop quickly and update faster, therefore, if I see something online – technology or in this case medicine is already one step ahead. I do not know why I think so … maybe wishful thinking? Well, at least I have an optimistic attitude – right ?!
The fact is that I had to do REAL shots with REAL needles. And I had to mix some injections with liquid and / or mix them together to get the right dosage. So I combined several liquids and medicine bottles and carefully filled the dosage for the prescribed dose. Then, wiping the sink with a small alcohol wipe, make an injection.
I will tell you more about the step-by-step injection process. But now I would like to share a short video about how I actually do one of the injections for those who are interested or want to look at what it is. I would like to have such a video to watch it before I started the injections, and then I could have more realistic expectations. May be.
Freezing eggs – how are injections …
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Egg Freeze Series:
Egg Freeze Day 1
Update egg freeze week 1
Update Egg Freezing Week 2
and now I light up how the injections go!
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Note: I freeze eggs and share this process through a series of blogs, social networks and video posts. I talk about my journey through video updates and real-time registration, but please remember that I am not a medical professional. These posts are not intended to be tips or advice for anyone — they are just documentation of my experience with freezing eggs. Always consult your doctor before changing your diet, routine or doing any medical procedures.
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