I wrote more on my blog:
I didn't really need to come in
and he's not sure why his nurse would suggest that I do. So no ultrasound or anything, but I did get to chat with him in his office.
I of course, being a huge emotional mess cried the whole time. ugh.
He asked me about how I was doing, physically and mentally, reminded me that if I feel myself going down that "slippery slope" that I probably should get back on the antidepressents, but grieving is normal.
I also talked to him about my fertility concerns and endo. He told me that he doesn't think the endo could be that bad because 1. I conceived before, on my own and 2. because I conceived recently. He also thinks that everything seems to be working properly since we have gotten pregnant. I told him I was scared that it was going to be another 9 months and that the year mark is coming up in August, which will be about 1 1/2 cycles for me.
He said that if I wanted, we could do a few "tweaks" to my cycle and he started to talk about clomid. He told me that when I start bleeding to call into the office and the nurse would call in my prescription and then I needed to follow the protocol of when to take it and so forth. He would also have me take estrogen to combat the side effect of the clomid creating a thin lining.
I will be starting out on a low dose and I guess we'll see what it does. So that's that. I do feel a little better knowing I'm not going at this unassisted with no results.
Jamie, when are you going to the doctor?
Theresa, how do you temp vaginally with out a lot of hassle? Sorry if this is too personal, but do you sleep with out panties LOL
Bilson, glad your temp normalized. I'm not sure I could do vaginally, mostly because I don't think I could get myself in the routine! I'm not an open mouth sleeper (typically) though.
Kim, I hope AF slows down for you and you can get a better nights rest tonight!