Dr. M was nice...but I really didn't see the point of meeting with her. She had absolutely nothing new to tell us.
I asked Steve, "Why do you think she asked to see us?"
He said, "Because if you didn't come into the office then she'd be reviewing your file for free. She needed that $45 copay."
No...we're not cynical at all...why do you ask?
I do feel a bit like we keep having to explain everything to everyone because they're trying to catch something that the previous ten medical professionals didn't catch. Maybe we'll say something THIS time that will be the "ah-ha" moment. So why do I go through every little detail knowing that there won't be any such moment? I really don't know.
So...nothing new to report about the uterus of doom. She said that if the best they can do is give me a shoulder to cry on, then they'll do that (but at $45 a pop, I don't think I'll be taking her up on that offer...it could get REALLY expensive). And, as per the regularly scheduled program, there are more options available the longer any pregnancy is "successful" (the longer the baby is alive, the better...which is absurdly humorous).
So the best medical minds in the area have come up with this...Get yourself knocked up and hope for the best. Which, surprisingly, I feel oddly at peace with.
There are no guarantees.
Next time, though, I think I'll save my $45.