Thursday, November 20, 2008

I certainly won't be adding that to my list of top 10 fun things I like to do.

Instead of a HSG I had a hysteroscopy today. I can certainly say that without a doubt I will NOT be adding that to my list of top 10 fun things I like to do! Since we do IVF I did not need to have the liquid go all the way to my fallopian tubes, so that was a plus. However, turns out that inserting a camera into your vajayjay requires that certain areas be dilated. Dilated people. Dilated like meaning stretched. Ummm... ouch. There were some numbing shots given, but good grief - dilating a cervix = not much fun. Good news is my uterus is perfect, I even have pictures to prove it. I'd upload them but I don't really want the entire Internet world checking out my insides so I'm sorry to say you don't get to look. *wink* Of course I'm thrilled to know that it looks good, but that just means no answers as to why we lost the babies. I guess God just needed some baby angels and mine were so perfect, he chose them.

I'm off to take some feel good pills and lay down, hope everyone is having a funner day that I did. I could honestly tell my OB/GYN that as much as I like him, I would have much preferred to have been at work with my 18 - 6/7 year olds!




**I am grateful for
1) Thanksgiving is almost here
2) school holidays next week, can I get a whoop, whoop????
3) tomorrow is Friday!
4) I get to see my grandparents next week
5) a perfect uterus (now if we can just get a resident in there for a good 9 months, it'd be great)

3 comments:

Michelle said...

I have never had one of those done. That does not sound fun. I hope you feel better soon.

Teresa said...

At least the ball is rolling and hopefully you will be knocked up very soon! I'm bummed that you will not share your uterus pics, dang you! lol

AmandaHoyt said...

Kahla,
I was thinking about you all day and just got a chance to check your blog...I'm so sorry it was so painful! Praise the Lord for your perfect uterus though. I'll be praying for that little one that the Lord has planned for you in the very near future :)
Hugs,
Amanda