Last week when I decided to open my left blocked tube I've been in a slight panic. I don't know who to call, how to set something like that up. Honestly I've been worried. I had a call into both my RE and my surgeon for a recommendation for this procedure because I just didn't know where to start.
Well, my RE called and they will set that up for me. WHEW! What a relief. Sounds like it will happen soon. The procedure I think is done during AF or right after because I have to call them between day 1 & 3 to set it up. Doesn't matter to me. As long as I get fixed I don't care when they do it. I have heard this procedure can be painful. That could have also been just one person's experience. K actually brought that up when I told her I wanted to open the tube. She said...I heard it's painful. I said....I'm sure no more painful then child birth and if I'm willing to do that then I'm sure this won't be that bad. :)
Even though I'm officially on hold I feel really good about it. I feel like I'm doing the one thing that will greatly increase my chances. Now I know this process is a crap shoot and maybe it won't help, but if I don't try I'll regret it and I never live my life with regrets. I make sure of that.
Plus, I think the time will go by fast. I have a trip planned for work in February and I'll just take this time to exercise more, eat better and start those New Year's Resolutions. :)
1 year ago