That's One Heavy Chart

BTW, I got to hold my chart at the RE's office today. I started seeing him in 1999. That's 9 years ago folks. I had no idea my chart was that heavy. And the funny thing is that's not all my info. They are starting to go paperless with some stuff, so some of our stuff is on the computer system and not in the chart. I know that because Leo (remember that's his new moniker) had an SA done in February and the IVF coordinator was telling me we had to have a new one done because all she saw was the one from 2004 in the paper chart. She found the new one in the computer system. Can you imagine how heavy it would be if everything was in there?

BTW, everything went well with the test today. It was really just prep work to plan for the transfer when we get there. I still need to get some outside lab bloodwork done and then it's just waiting for AF to show.

Comments

Alli said…
Ugh - the chart! We have to transfer to another medical facility and I am not looking forward to hauling my medical records with me! lol.
Shinejil said…
I hate to think of all the trees my poor lady bits have felled over the past 5 years or so... Sigh.

Thanks for stopping by my blog, Heather. I'm sending you all the peaceful thoughts and wishes for a good IVF outcome.

Did you find the herbs helped? Are you trying anything along with your IVF cycle?
Kirsten said…
Here I am, catching up again!
I know it's hard to accept moving to IVF; I felt the same way but it was the best thing that ever happened to us. Hindsight is 20/20 and I truly wish we had skipped all the IUI's and went straight to IVF...all the signs were there for me that there was just no other way.
Congrats on the exercise program...which one are you using? We have been doing one we saw from an infomercial, too, so I am just curious! Ours is "Beachbody: Slim in 6".
Wishing you all the best with your IVF :)

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