Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Another Day Left in Suspense

My RN works 8:00 to 3:30 (nice hours) and I'm posting this at 3:50 pm. So she is now officially gone for the day and I am again left in the dark on our results. This stinks. What in the world is that lab doing with Hammer's sperm that takes 5 days!!!

Aunt Flow you better stay away if you know what is good for you!

8 comments:

Meant to be a mom said...

Come on lab people. Get it into gear. You have tons of people waiting over here.
I hope they get in touch with you soon!!!

Jesse and Mandy Peterson said...

Lol! Your attitude amuses me although I know your situation is frustrating as all get out. My dr's office never did call me about my husband's SA. I ended up finding out at my next appointment when my dr reviewed all of our test results. At first she said, "Oh, and you know that Jesse's results came back good..." and started to move on, and I said, "No, no, no. Wait. We didn't know." So she stopped and explained it more in-depth. I honestly don't know what takes so long since they have to process it right away, but it was about 5 days before we could find out anything.

Jesse and Mandy Peterson said...

YAY!!! Your blog loves me again!!!

NeNe said...

Good grief I'm hating the waiting for you!

osuraj said...

It shouldn't take that long. When my DH had his strict morphology done, we found out an hour after they did it. Can't understand why they are making you wait!

Hillary said...

I can't believe it!!! Argh!!!

Anonymous said...

when you had your endo surgery, did they excise it, and they only found 2 spots? that's really unusual, i think...

also, where your progesterone levels checked 5 times post-ovulation? napro followers do that..

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Mrs. Hammer said...

Hi Anonymous,

Thanks for posting a comment. When I had my lap they found two spots a) on the back of my uterus and b) on my right ovary. My Doc was able to remove both of them. I had had chronic pain on the right side of my abdomen for about 10 years and once I had the surgery the pain was completely gone. The only thing that didn't go away was a burning pain around the outside of my pelvis. I have noticed that since I started getting adjusted that this pain has not reoccurred.

I am not currently doing napro and only have my progesterone checked about 7 days post ovulation. I am always over 15 and have gone as high as 75 (yes you read that right).