I am beginning to think I see my RE too often. When I enter the city Syracuse in my GPS, it automatically knows where I am going (I use the GPS to get an ETA). Speaking of ETA's when I use my GPS, I get such a sense of accomplishment when I am able to take time off from the projected time. It leads to more speeding, but makes me feel like I accomplished something while driving. I am so sick of rushing my Friday's to get to appointments on time. I don't want to cancel therapy since each session = more money, but it's starting to get to me. I am looking forward to not going there any more (someday).
My RE had some fantastic quotes from this meeting:
1. "Your chart is starting to take on a life of it's own."
2. "I'm starting to think all I have to do is sprinkle Clomid dust in the room and you will get pregnant."
Well I wish getting pregnant was that easy! Really the appointment was just to talk about the plan for Clomid and IUI and my RE wrote a script for Provera and Clomid. When I took the script to the pharmacy they got a sketchy and then told me you can't write more than one prescription per page. He wrote both on the one page. Not sure if this was a mistake or something that is legal in other states (he moved from Atlanta this past summer). I am constantly amazed by how fantastic my insurance is. The meds were $13.00.
We will not be adding a gonadotropin this cycle since my RE wants to see how I respond to Clomid. Now, each night I take 500 mg Metformin, a prenatal horse pill, 5000 IU's of Vitamin D, and Provera (tiny little sucker!). My RE did do a pregnancy test and it was negativo. Here's hoping last month was my left ovary's time to shine (if I even ovulated) and this upcoming cycle will get righty psyched to kick some follicle-growing ass. Reminder-no left tube.
I did get to see my friend the dildo cam (#8) and ultrasound tech. Everything looked fine (according to her) and my file got a little thicker with those images. Does anyone else ever wonder where to put their hands while in those stirrups with a wand inside of them? Gets me every time.