Today, in about 2 hrs time and after a month delay we can finally find out from the fertility doc (who was the gynae doc that resected E's melon-sized fibroid) if the dye test she had over 2 months ago show if her tubes are patent or not... *deep breath*... AND FINALLY find out if … Continue reading Crunch time!
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!
After Dr Y (see Old Dogs entry) gave E and I the devastating news and suggested we go down the adoption route, we were both basically shell shocked with E crying and me just holding things together. We went down the adoption route, but I'll write about this another time. Post adoption course, we both … Continue reading That crucial second opinion
All if us know what the title means. But would you be happy if that 'old dog' was the top dog at the Fertility Unit you had been referred to? You're probably thinking. That person must have experience- clinically and surgically and decades of successful baby making. Yup, some of that is true. What this … Continue reading You can’t teach an old dog new tricks