Progress, slowly.

28 03 2013

I haven’t blogged in forever.  Sorry.  Work crushed me, and then I spent a week in California working a big jiu jitsu tournament.  

I’m feeling very resistant about blogging lately.  I have lots of stuff going on in my heart, mind, relationships and so on… but just no real desire to share it.  Forgive me if that sounds weird (I mean, what’s the point of having a blog then?)  But it’s just too much, too personal, and I’m dealing with it inside my head.

The bottom line is, I start lupron tomorrow, and FET is scheduled in NY for April 23.  I’ll be on neupogen and hcG boosters (as well as all the usual suspects– prednisone, lovenox, gluten free, etc.)  I think the hcG boosters make pregnancy testing useless, so I am guessing I have to wait for an ultrasound to see if it/they “took.”

Hope you’re well 🙂



2 responses

28 03 2013

Have you found out if your insurance will cover neupogen. Let me know!

You are getting closer!

2 04 2013

I have not. My hematologist gave me a neutropenia diagnosis, but wouldn’t write the script for it. I bought a bunch on the black market so I don’t need more at the moment; I’ll get Dr B to write my prescription and we’ll see if insurance covers it later.

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