Hey everyone!! Not sure where to start, I've read so many informal threads here! I'm excited to be a part of the "family!"
DH and I are almost on unsuccessful year #2... I have really messed up cycles, but any testing I've had done comes back normal. Don't get me wrong, we don't get discouraged by it. We have a super positive outlook.
We do work odd schedules. He is a LEO, so shift work always puts a damper on things...
I go to a fertility specialist on Tuesday... Any advice?
Any advise you can pass on or things I should ask do tell!
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05-08-2012, 08:30 AM #1rachelley1981Registered Userhas no status.
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05-08-2012, 07:27 PM #2AdrienneRegistered User Over 5,000 Posthas status.
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Welcome aboard! There is an old thread about what to ask on the first RE appointment..might be worth searching for.
I would take copies of all your tests, labs and blood work for both of you. Good idea to go in with baseline info on sperm count as well. Have a good idea what your cycles are like; if you have been keeping track with a calendar or with temp taking, take all of that in there as well.
Write down any and all questions you want to ask because you will forget them when you get there. I found it helpful to take note for myself so I could process things more after leaving the appts.
Best of Luck!
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