That's when I'm having surgery. The doc's office called this morning (while I was in the middle of a venting session with T). I was getting worried they wouldn't call. I'd planned on calling them this afternoon if they hadn't called first. I mean, it's been a week already.
Anyway, you know how my doc drives in from Houston once a week to take care of patients here? Well apparently the procedure can only be done at his main office so I get to go to Houston. Not bad really, I'll stay the night at the in-laws so I don't have to get up too early. Thankfully M's coming with me and can drive us home that afternoon (after I've recovered enough to ride in the car). The nurse said I should arrive at 8am and will be discharged sometime around 9:30. Not too bad. Although I found out I'll have to be put under for the procedure. Ugh. I was hoping they'd just numb me. I'm not looking forward to giving up visual control.
The nurse said I'm supposed to wait a week after surgery before attempting intercourse. So basically I'm out of babymaking for the month (since the surgery has to be between days 5 & 10 of my cycle). That's ok, I'll just be ready for the next month. I'm going to give myself 3 months after the surgery to get pregnant before asking the doc to move to more aggressive measures. That's a good amount of time, right? Maybe he'll even tell me when to come back to him if it doesn't happen in a certain amount of time. I'm just glad I have a doctor who cares and believes me when I say there's something wrong. Because now I have tangible evidence there is.
Speaking of, I had that conversation with my therapist. I told her now that I knew there was something I could actually see that might be causing the problem, it's a fixable solution and that gives me hope. Which is something I was beginning to lose.
Tomorrow I'm going to a 1 year old's birthday party. Normally this would depress me but I'm actually looking forward to it. Then I get to spend the afternoon with the nephews having a cookout. BURGERS! Weird that that's what makes me really happy.