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Monday, June 26, 2006

If it's not one thing, it's your mother

Of course the blood tests didn't come back yet. They will give it until tomorrow and if there's no sign of them, then I'll just have to wait until next cycle. Oh no wait, what's that? It's not going to be that simple? I'm due my annual smear next month and won't be allowed proceed with an IUI without it? No problem, I'll just wait until August/September. And yes, don't worry, I won't forget to "just relax".

Luckily we have serious MIL problems, so haven't had too much time to dwell on our fertility clinic problems. MIL, now that's a whole separate blog of its own. Hmmmm....

3 Comments:

At 6:06 PM, Anonymous lisau said...

Hmmmm...I guess this is proof that the U.S health care
system is not the only one that sucks,(3 of my kids have had surgery &each time insurance has contacted us with forms to fill out-asking us if this was a work related injury..hmmm yes...my 6 year old daughter got her hernia working the loading docks..my 2 year son got his due to..???heavy cookie jar?) Too many ridiculous stories to enumerate & too many heart breaking ones as well.
Hoping for you,
Lisa

 
At 2:54 PM, Blogger Feebee said...

Ha ha, sorry for laughing. Awww, your poor little babies. How is Lily?

 
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