Well, rolling right along on this (in)fertility journey, I was at the clinic for the first of many ultrasounds to come.
I was quite impressed with the set up, I arrived (with my bladder at a breaking point) had 12 (YEP) vials of blood taken, and then off to ultrasound. They saw me on time and did a regular scan and then a transvaginal which was unexpected. She was really thorough. D was asked to stay in the waiting area and when I came out he asked how it went and couldn’t help but it, but I told him I think they found my g-spot…he raised an eye brow and started laughing. I explained what the Trans Vag “wand” was, where it goes and how they rotate that sucker around to get just the right view…I know, I’m terrible right?
*Laura, if you are reading this…can’t you just picture his face?? It was priceless!*
Anyways, I thought they were looking at the fibroid, turns out they were looking at my eggs. Eggs are good for CD3 as is the lining. The fibroid will be assessed on Monday through Saline Sonohysterogram. I have read up a bit on this proceedure and to be honest…I am confused about the Saline portion of this test. Where does the saline go after? Should I bring some pads with me? Do they vacuum it out after? Does my body absorb it? I am going into my fertile period will it cause a problem? These are all questions I should have asked…but didn’t. Pooh.
So I have revised the calendar Fertility Friend gave me to reflect how things will be going this month what with the cycle monitoring and various other testing.
Have a look: