I did. It was actually a really bad experience. The office was at the hospital that I was at with my daughter a week before she passed away, so that was difficult. Then I'm just crying filling out the history forms and none of the nurses even ask if I'm ok.
The doctor clearly did not read my history and practically congratulated me on my daughter. Said getting pregnant would be no problem. I told him to save his optomistic attitude, to which I wish I added and your false hope for a mom that hasn't seen her dreams washed away before her eyes. Give me a break. Not doing me any favors by painting a rosey picture.
He agreed that trigger shot and possible IUI would be the next step. This cycle we maybe able to do an IUI because of the way my cycle falls on a Saturday, and he keeps Saturday hours. If it wasn't for that fact I would go to another doctor.
He is considered the best in the state, but his patient manner and that of his office leaves something to be desired.
So, I go back next Wednesday to check out my follies, that will be CD15, if they are close, I will ask if they can wait and do it Thursday or Friday so we can make the Saturday IUI.
We shall see. Now that I know what to expect from them I will be much more equipped to deal with them.
Thanks for checking in on me!Lauren
Oh dear, I'm so sorry that you weren't treated well at your appointment :-(
Oh I'm so sorry! What a terrible experience! Doctors can be such dum dums!
I went back today. He liked the size of my follie and didn't want to wait a day or two, so we did the shot today, which means no IUI. I'm kinda bummed cause there hasn't been a lot of CM this cycle even with 'tussin.
I did the shot at 4pm, at 9pm I took an OPK and it was positive. But is that just a false positive because of the shot? I'm a little confused how to time everything. Any thoughts?
I have no idea about the trigger shot and how it affects OPK results.