Monday, July 6, 2009

Today's visit

Well, I'm on the road. I had my injection education class today, got the medications ordered, and have 600 units of follistim in my refrigerator gratis. Yay, something for free!

So, I cleared off a shelf in the frig, and that shelf will consist of follistim, HCG, and eggs. That's right, I'm keeping the eggs on the fertility shelf. I can't help myself.

In other crazy news, otherwise known as tmi news, I have EWCM today. So, for the heck of it, I took an OPK and it is positive...two weeks after my surgery and on day 24 of my cycle. So, for the heck of it, dh and I are going to have some fun over the next few days. So, at least I know it will be probably 2 more weeks before I start stimming.....and yes, it's very hard for infertile me to say that I could get pregnant on my own, but we'll see. I'm not exactly holding my breath. =)

I'm getting my meds from IVPcare and signed up for design Rx. My total for 600 units of follistim, HCG shot, and progesterone suppositories is 705.95. How does that sound to everyone?


Lisa said...

Hey, you never know..maybe you will get that miracle BFP!! I'll be rooting for ya!

BTW: that costs sounds about right to me, give or take a little.

Lucky Jones said...

The cost sounds about right to me :) GL on your injection cycle, although I really hope you don't need it!!

Lorza said...

LOL- I posted the last one before reading this. I go backwards on posts on my google reader. :)

I am glad that you got some good prices. I will have to bookmark that pharmacies page. :)

A said...

I'm not to injectibles yet, but I wanted to comment that I think it is HILARIOUS that you're keeping eggs on the shelf with the medicines!!! That is awesome!!!

Anonymous said...

i'm still surprised by the people who can get positive opks and ewcm! i never had the pleasure :) i felt like i was being taunted.

...BUT i'm super hopeful for you! wouldn't it be great if you didn't have to put the injection class to work??

I Believe in Miracles said...

Glad to hear the surgery went well! The cost sounds pretty good. Hoping for you.

Clio said...

the cost sounded good. I love your idea of keeping the eggs in the fertility shelf!!! Maybe I'll do the same today after my meds arrive ;)