I have to say, I'm not used to feeling this insecure about a single life decision. I mean, don't get me wrong - when it comes to my students and my job, I second guess every single thing I do :) But when it comes to personal issues, I usually know what I want to do.
And I think I still do, but after visiting my family this weekend and seeing the reaction of family at the situation, I'm a bit put off. I mean, it seems to be the idea of a daily injection that's throwing people - and as Brian says, if it were a daily pill, no one would blink. But then my brother and his wife got a bit skittish by the whole "pregnant and anti-coagulant" thing...and since he's a dentist (and not a real doctor :) it kinda freaked me out.
I'm sure it's still ok and that it's not going to be a problem. Right? I mean, it's not like they're telling me that I have a one in five chance that there will be something seriously wrong or that it's iffy that I can do this. The doctor has three women on this regimen right now (for the same issue) and they are all full-term or almost. She felt very good about it and said there was no reason to worry - as much as you can not worry. Of course there's always that small percentage and you can't guarantee...
I guess I'm just afraid that I'm pushing my luck. But maybe not. I guess I have to stick with my gut instinct and go with it.