2nd Genetics Appointment

DH was diagnosed with a chromosomal abnormality back in August, and we had met with our Genetics Counsellor at our fertility clinic in September. I can’t say enough good things about our GC. She’s absolutely amazing. We had sent DH’s parents for the same cytogenetics test, and she emailed to tell me that there was no news yet in case I was wondering. How amazing is that?? She reaches out before I do!

Anyway, we met with another GC yesterday at Women’s Hospital yesterday because our GC recommended we talk to as many people as we can. Luckily, the new GC, had pretty much the same opinion about DH’s abnormality as our first GC. Essentially, the abnormality shouldn’t affect the health of the embryos, and future babies. If the embryo makes it to implantation, chances are, it’s a healthy embryo.

Yesterday was a doctors appointments day. After our appointment at the hospital, I had to go to our family doctor regarding my cervical biopsy results. My old walk-in clinic had called last week to tell me I had to go in to get my results. When I had the procedure done, the doctor said, no news is good news. So of course, I was freaking out. The nurse told me to go as a walk-in patient. I said no, send the results to my current family doctor. So I called my family doctor for an appointment, giving her the heads up, and also follow up on some other things. When my doctor received the results, the nurse called and said, there’s nothing wrong here, they just want you to go for a regular PAP in six months.

I was happy to hear that, but at the same time, the walk-in clinic wanted me to go in FOR NO REASON! Except to get the billing! I’m so annoyed with them! How dare they waste people’s time like that?

Anyway, all is good with my and DH’s health, which is good news. We’re going to keep BD’ing and hope for the best. I think my peak time will be when we’re in Bali next month. So maybe that will do the trick!!

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