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March 9, 2009

Closing a Door and Opening a Window

Well the RE visit this morning went as expected. This cycle has officially been canceled. Not too upset about it since I knew it was coming so I made sure to take full advantage of a bust cycle by having a great birthday weekend!!

This is officially our last clomid cycle. We are moving on to injectables. I go in for "needle training" on Wednesday and then we just wait (with the help of Provera) for the next cycle.

In other exciting news, we found out the mystery of the "no single ladies" treatment at the RE. Turns out my OB was halfway misinformed. It turns out the REs office doesn't deal with donor sperm. Granted, it's still a round about way of discriminating but the good news is that my RE told me this visit that they are seriously considering changing the policy so we might not have to do the 2 doctor shuffle for much longer.

7 comments:

Lizzie said...

Welcome to injectables! It's where all the cool kids hang out! :)

poppycat said...

Good news your RE's office isn't totally twisted!

Happy birthday and good luck with the new plan!

anofferingoflove said...

i dunno, not allowing ds seems kinda twisted to me too! at least they are reconsidering...

yay for injectibles, hope they bring a quick bfp!

Next in Line said...

Great idea. Let's take it up a notch with injectables. Don't tell anyone that they aren't that hard and people will think you are really hard core.

Crayonboxes said...

Happy Birthday and I hope the injectables works for you :)

tbean said...

Boo on the cancelled cycle and yay on the injectibles. I hope it brings you a baby right quick. And I hope your RE joins the 21st century sooner rather than later.

K said...

Sorry the cycle was canceled but congrats on getting to ratchet up your efforts with injectibles! As everyone else has said, they are totally not that bad.

What kind of crazy RE doesn't deal with donor sperm?! Don't heterosexual married folks use the stuff too? Isn't that one of the more common things people go to REs for in the first place? That is crazy talk and I hope they change their dumb policy soon so you have one fewer hoops to jump through.