On Monday I had my saline sonogram/mock transfer. I was nervous because the other times I've had this test it hurt like hell. I was also really scared that my RE would find that more scar tissue or adhesions had formed. Well when I got to my REs office the nurse took me right back and said not to worry as this test does not hurt. I of replied that I've had 3 of these and they've all hurt.
My RE had a bit of trouble getting the catheter past my cervix. This was a new to my saline sono experience so I started to prepare myself for more intense pain. But nothing happened. My RE was all "this looks good, and this is x mm, and that is x mm." I was confused and tired of waiting for the burst of pain I would feel once the water go in there. So I asked her when she was going to insert the water and to my surprise she said that she already had. Moreover, she said that every thing is 100% healed. Just one tiny anomaly that will not interfere with implantation. I couldn't believe it. I was thrilled. I mentioned that I was surprised it didn't hurt this time. And she said that it was because there was no more scar tissue! So now everything is all set for IVF next month. This is a good thing.
A funny thing happened as I left the RE office. I finally saw someone I know in the waiting room. Well not someone I've ever talked to. But this person was always on the bus with me on the way to work. So they live close to me and work at the same place as me. A quasi acquaintance if you will (QA for short). Well here is the thing. You know the SNL skit "Its Pat". Well QA is like Pat. I just could never tell and was always curious. Anyway QA was in the waiting room when the doctor came out and called her by her name. QA is a woman. I was psyched to find this out. Now if I see her on the bus I may actually wave. She had to have noticed me too. Its only been like 3 years since we've been doing the same commute. O.K. anyway, finding out the this curiosity is a good thing.