Thank you all for your kind words and prayers.
Today went very well. I had minimal cramping during the procedure and have experienced only slight discomfort since. A fellow BLM had likened it to a very long yearly, and I think that is a fair description, just in case anyone who is reading here is facing down the same thing.
The RE said that my uterus is "nice and smooth" which is what they want to see when they do the trial run transfer test, and that he thinks I will be a "good candidate" for the IVF. Is it strange that I feel proud of my uterus?
I have been beaming all day. Hard to imagine someone beaming as they walk around with betadyne and saline leaking out of them, but it's true... ear to ear. Remember what I said the other day about nothing being able to ruin a truly good day?
Getting good news in the baby department is not something we are used to. After miscarriage, baby loss, and facing severe infertility issues, I was worried to hit another hurdle, but today we were spared more heartache and for that I am thankful.
When I got home I called to have my name registered on the waiting list for the injections class. The nurse told me that my file first has to be "run by" a woman in another department who will call me on Monday.
Am I trying to have IVF or interviewing for the FBI?
I don't know what exactly needs to be "run by" her, but I am pretty sure I have all my ducks in a row so.... Yay!
I can almost feel the earth turning again. Could it be? Is there actually going to be some forward momentum for us? I hope so!