Monday, March 5, 2007

The Next Step

Took at EPT on Saturday night and it was... a nice, neat BFN.
So instead of wasting another month on Clomid... I've decided it's time to see a specialist. As in I'm seeing her (Dr. L) on Thursday. I'm told she's always booked up but since her clinic operates on a first come, first served basis, I shall haul my infertile ass there reeeaaally early.

As for AF, I'd love to say, the bitch is back - but she ain't. As always, extending her sabbatical in lord knows where.

I'm a little nervous bout seeing an RE but we'd all do whatever it takes and this is the next, perhaps long overdue, step. I've been reading up on all the little things that could be wrong with me and the DH and it's really quite scary. The thing that worries me the most is the fact that - because my Tarb was delievered by C section - I could have adhesions in my uterus, making conditions less than ideal for implanation. (Freak out, freak out!) Although, when I last went for an US, my OBGNY said that it looked like the incision in my uterus healed nicely. Then again, how accurately can an US show you that - haven't a clue!

But I supposed more light will be shed on all this in the coming weeks after a visit to the RE. Good luck to me!


Baby Blues said...

Good luck on the next step! Every step is quite scary but anything for a chance right? I'd rather be doing something than take other people's advice to "just relax" and wait around. Keep us posted.

Karen said...

Good luck with the RE. Don't be scared by everything you've been reading. Yes, there are a billion and one things that COULD be wrong, but you don't know that ANYTHING's wrong. So you may find a relatively simple solution.

I hope you get some answers from the RE this week (though I wouldn't expect you'll have many answers until they run some tests... but I at least hope you get a plan for moving forward)

Samantha said...

I'm sorry to hear about the BFN. I hope that with your visit to the RE you can get some positive news for next steps.

RTTguapa said...

thanks for all the positive vibes, girls!
i'll definitely keep you up to date!