A phrase exclaimed by the fictional lead, Dr Sam Beckett, of the great sci-fi drama 'Quantum Leap', was something I felt like saying in the early days of fatherhood and still do now, but less so nowadays. I now stare at my gorgeously cute 14 week daughter as she plays on her bouncy chair, plays … Continue reading Oh boy!
I realise after my last blog, many of you are keen to know the result. I don't want to leave you all hanging...... 😏 .......So the scan was done by an experienced ultrasonographer at a GP practice open on the weekend. (In the UK most GP practices are closed on the weekend unless they have … Continue reading Scan update
On Monday we went for the second private fertility appointment. In the last couple of weeks since coming back from Cyprus, E has worked really hard to lose weight to get the target BMI of 30. Whilst I don't condone these quick weight loss regimes, it seems to have worked. E did a juice diet … Continue reading Recurrence of my anxieties
In order to make the myomectomy surgery more manageable, it was decided by Dr Z that E needed to go on a medication to try and shrink the fibroid. The best way to shrink the fibroid is to stop the substance promoting its growth. In this case, the female hormone oestrogen needed to be stopped. … Continue reading Psycho-active drugs and the worst Xmas ever!