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went to the doctor...

...and basically she said that I either need to have a
laparoscopy (to find out if I have endometriosis*) OR I need to go to an infertility specialist.

Not too many options.

This also doesn't really help paint a clear picture of what I'm to expect in the next few months. Still leaves things up in the air, which I thoroughly enjoy! ha!

So that's what our future holds... isn't it grand!

*Sorry for not being clear originally.


Two Pretzels said…
What would the laproscopy be for? (I really do not mean to intrude...)

But it looks as if we're very much so on the same page in terms of TTC. If you ever want to talk - Lori has my email address...

We went to the Dr. today, too.

We were given the name of a reproductive endocrinologist today who's job it will be to, and I quote, "get you two pregnant."

Fingers crossed....

We'll see.

Good luck to you.
SAHW said…
What's the lap for? My doctor made it sound like a lap is pretty invasive and shouldn't be done unless necessary...though I can't remember from your background, maybe this was the next step for you? Okay, looking at your sidebar, ya, I guess this is what's next. But maybe if you go ahead to the infertility specialist, you'll be able to have a more firm game plan for what to do next.
sara said…
Sometimes the RE (fertility doctor) likes to do the laparoscopies themselves. At least mine did. But regardless, I'm sorry that the future seems a little unclear and this can be a really stressful time. At least it was for me, so I'll keep you in my thoughts in the meantime!

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