Day: February 1, 2012
Status

Guinea Pig: Visit One

Yesterday was a whole lot of paperwork and scheduling, but here is the basic rundown of the research study time frame:

  • Visit Two:  Tomorrow – blood work, blood work, and even more blood work, followed by a pap, TV ultrasound, physical, and hopefully a cookie afterwards, because some of said blood work is fasting (ugh.)
  • Visit Two, part deux – the husband also needs to repeat his semen analysis tomorrow.  Somehow I am not sympathetic.
  • Visit Three:  CD1 – provided all testing comes back normal and my infertility is still deemed “unexplained”, I will start meds after the first day of my next cycle (which could be as soon as a week from now!).
  • It sounds as though I will have to go to the clinic for the good ol’ blood pregnancy test on CD1, and then I will be randomly selected for meds to begin CD3-5, depending on my selection.

 

This is all going to be very time-consuming, but so completely worth it.  If I have any blood left tomorrow, I’ll post an update after my Visit Two testing is complete!
Happy Hump Day, friends!

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