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July 16th, 2013, 04:56 PM
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She is just so nice. I'm not sure what country she is from, but her accent is very strong and she is just so darn friendly. I think the friendliness must come from wherever she is from!

Anyhow, she went over the results of my ultrasound. She said she isn't sure what the spot means... It could be a small blip, or could be something left over from the miscarriage. So, I have to go get another ultrasound done. We said to go ahead and keep TTC, because if it is something left over from the miscarriage, we won't get pg anyways. And, if it is nothing, it doesn't matter anyways. The radiology people at my hospital are simply horrid... So who knows when they will call me.

(Although, if they wait till e first week of August, and I do get a BFP this month, we would be able to see a bean because it would be six weeks!)

Ok, so maybe that's not the best news but she gave it to me in a really friendly way.

As for my future plans: she is willing to do quantitative blood work the next time I get a BFP. So, question for you ladies, when would you have it done? She gave me the requisition so if I get a BFP I can go in any time. I'm thinking if I get a BFP, I will continue taking home tests and if I make it to the five week mark, I will get the bloodwork done then.

Now, she said my hormonal blood work up is normal.... But, if I have one more m/c, she will give me supportive doses of progesterone. She won't make me wait until I have had three m/c to help me out. I thought that was really nice of her.

So there we have it! Hopefully a BFP ASAP and I can move along to the midwife clinic in my town and I won't need her any more regardless!
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July 16th, 2013, 06:08 PM
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Well that's good news I'm looking for a new doc myself. Glad you found someone you like and that is willing to help!
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July 16th, 2013, 06:16 PM
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She sounds like a wonderful lady! Glad you got some answers and a good doctor.
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July 16th, 2013, 06:21 PM
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I'm glad you like your new doctor. That is so important. I hope everything works out for you, and you get a BFP right away!
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July 17th, 2013, 05:37 AM
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If I were u I would get blood work done as soon as I got the BFP! And then get another one a few days later!
Good luck!!!
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July 17th, 2013, 12:38 PM
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She sounds great. Well done <3 Hoping for you xo
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