Have spent most of today in tears reading this site - both the sad and happy stories....and it's comforting to know that you're not alone.
My hubby and I have been ttc for more than 2 years, at 33 years of age my dr decided to refer us to a specialist and after a 2 month wait (which included the hospital sending my referral letter to my parents by mistake - and resulting in me having to tell them all the gory details which I didn't want to do!) we were seen in May.
Not particularly happy and being herded around like cattle at our local NHS hospital, and told we would have to wait 8 months for an hsg xray we decided to go private (luckily my husband's work agreed to pay for our investigations and consultations)
So far I've had a scan (told I have no cysts or fibroids) and day21 test come back ok (though noone actually told us what ok means!)
I had my hsg in June - which was extremely painful (and during which my husband passed out! after hearing my screams of pain!) but the cons explained after that this was because the dye wasn' getting through and I had a blockage on both sides. LUckily the dye unblocked both sides and the day after we were sent away with a month's prescription for clomid and an hcg injection.
that's where we're at now....had a scan on Aug 31st - found two follicles on left ovary that 20mm and 18mm (told this was good - I'll take their word for it!) and a really small one on right. Was given hcg injection and told to go home and 'get acquainted' with dh!! (when you've been up since 4.30am for work - it's quite difficult to feel v amourous believe me!)
So, i'm in the 2ww, biting nails profusely and finding it very hard to concentrate on anything - driving dh crazy! According to the nurse I have to do my hpt on Monday (Sept 19th) - seventeen days after hcg would have kicked in according to what read.
Though am slightly worried....got some spotting today...from what I've read on this site - it could be a sign of good or bad things....but don't reckon I'll be getting much sleep til Monday.