Is no news good news? I think that is generally the rule but when you are in the land of IF no news just seems to equal anxiety. I had my hysteroscopy on Wednesday. I believe all went well. I vaguely remember Dr. H. coming in to talk to me as I was waking up from anesthesia. He said all went well. He did actually go out and talk to D in the waiting room. But D (being a man) didn't have a lot of information for me. Dr. H explained before the procedure that he would take 3 biopsies from the general area of implantation. If for some reason he found something unexpected he would take action and take several more biopsies. He communicated to D that he just took the three as planned. We won't get the results from those biopsies until Monday. I did send him an email yesterday afternoon asking for a recap of the procedure. He promises to get back to you within 24 hours so I should have some confirmation by this afternoon.
Providing he didn't find anything during the procedure I believe our plan is for a FET in early December. We do have a phone consult set up with Dr. Schoolcraft from CCRM on Oct. 14th. We've had our records sent over, completed all of the online surveys and forms and are all set. I'm anxious to see what he has to say about our case. Any of you CCRMer's I'd love to hear from you so I know what to expect during the initial phone consult.
So outside of that it's just normal life. I have started to write a couple posts and realized I just don't have much to say. Sadly the fight has become the norm for me. While I still struggle with all of the feelings that go along with infertility (guilt, sadness, pain, anger, etc. etc). I've basically gotten used to it. There's good days when I think of our two beautiful frozen embryos and I'm filled with hope. And there's bad days when I feel like I will NEVER be pregnant and this fight will never end. But I guess as I'm back in The Waiting Room it's one day at a time.
If you have a few seconds today hop on over and visit my girl Amanda and give her some love. It's one of those hard days for her and we've all been there.
Even though I haven't had much to say I'm still checking in with each of you everyday and following along. It brings me so much comfort to know I'm not alone and there's so many wonderful women I can turn to that truly understand what I'm going through and are always there for me. I'm so grateful for each and every one of you.