Every one of these responses missed one big issue related to money in politics. Politics in this country, at the national level, requires a large investment just to get started. Yes, once you're already in the race, more money does not necessarily help (though it certainly doesn't hurt). But you need that initial investment to get going. You either must have that money yourself, or spend time convincing people to give it to you, neither of which is workable for the vast majority of the American public. And that initial investment is *big*.
I cried a little before I started ivf especially when I recieved all my meds, it was a little so over whelming but I found it all so much easier than I ever imagined! The hardest part was the waiting to see if eggs had fertilized and then the 2ww was hard too. I found injections very managable (and I'm scared of needles). The downregging, which was a nasel spray for me was fine but it did mess up my sleep at times as I was waking with hot sweats which led to more greay hair but its not horrendous. Just about to start all over again for round two and I'm so relaxed this time as I know what to expect.
Good luck, you will be fine xx
The Committee does not have a fixed definition of economic activity. It examines and compares the behavior of various measures of broad activity: real GDP measured on the product and income sides, economy-wide employment, and real income. The Committee also may consider indicators that do not cover the entire economy, such as real sales and the Federal Reserve's index of industrial production (IP). The Committee's use of these indicators in conjunction with the broad measures recognizes the issue of double-counting of sectors included in both those indicators and the broad measures. Still, a well-defined peak or trough in real sales or IP might help to determine the overall peak or trough dates, particularly if the economy-wide indicators are in conflict or do not have well-defined peaks or troughs.