I drove into the Highland Park FCI clinic bright and early - my nurse coordinator wanted the u/s tech there to take a look and see first hand what's going on. He asked how I was doing, I said could be better - feeling a little frustrated since in my previous three cycles all went well and now this. He commented that if all the RE had to do was give us meds and then say, "Come back for transfer" he'd be out of a job. Cycles change, responses change - makes sense but still - GAH! Anyway, he didn't say much while scanning me besides, "Doesn't look like much to write home about". I asked if he could still see the fluid and he said yes, but my lining was a nice and he saw "just a drop" of fluid. I could even tell by the u/s image that today looked different than yesterday - so good news???
The clinic called and said they reviewed the blood work and u/s and instructions are to continue my meds and they will contact me Monday to let me know if further monitoring is needed before transfer. Her tone was very "unconcerned" so I guess I'll go with that for now and try not to worry either. Staying positive that K&S's totsicles will be moving in soon.
2 months ago