Day: June 5, 2012
Video

I Would Die For That

*Sob*

Source: youtube.com via Jamie on Pinterest

Status

Good News for a Change

I got a call today from the new RE I am going to start seeing after the study concludes (which is in less than two weeks.  Oy.).  The administrator at the practice said that she’d been in touch with my insurance and wanted to go over with me what they’d cover.

Turns out, not only will they cover one complete IUI cycle including all of the monitoring and labs, but they will completely cover any and all diagnostics and treatments necessary to determine the cause of the infertility.  This would include, if necessary, laparoscopy and surgery to remove adhesions should they find that to be an issue.

So that’s good news!  Maybe my “unexplained” infertility will finally be explained!  And maybe with that explanation will come a resolution!

And by resolution, I mean a baby.  Obviously.

So anyway, I’m stuck at home today with an acute sinus infection and worrying about all the work I’m not able to accomplish right now, but at least I have a glimmer of hope.

And… maybe there’s even hope that I won’t have to use the benefits at all.  I guess we’ll all know in about ten days.

 

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