So the doctor who did the procedure was great, she told me everytime she was doing something and that I would likely feel a cramp coming on. I was given a play by play by the technican, who was very reassuring and even hinted to me before the doctor came in the room that if I wanted, I could also ask for my tubes to be checked, since they were in there anyway.
It wasn't something that the specialist had asked for, but no harm done right? So when the dr. came in I just casually hinted at it and she's like, sure np! We'll take a look while we're in there! So I had an impromptu 'flushing' of the tubes as well as the sono today. Per the technican, she said my tubes looked fabulous, and everything looked great in the uterus, no fibroids or cysts or abnormality.
Then she asked me - what day did you say you're on right now? CD12. And when do you normally ovulate? hmmm by my guess (and not by charting or opks) I thought it was CD14/CD15. She's like hmm.
She told me that it looked like I had ovulated already! either just this morning or before -but there was no follie there ready to drop - already gone! I was shocked. CD12? really? This whole time I thought I ovulated much later and therefore, BD'd according to what I had thought. I'm no dr. , but I'm wondering if that has anything to do with the miscarriages? the 'freshness' of the egg? b/c when we BD'd, we always aimed for CD13, CD15, CD17, give or take. Which means, that when I got pregnant those 3 times, it was when my egg wasn't as fresh as it could have been.
So I excitedly called my hubby afterwards to share this new revelation - and he's all excited and said - well, should we try then? But that brings me back to my last post. I really truly believe that we should find out if there is anything wrong that we can prevent before we get pregnant again-- but then it's like - how often do I get to know exactly when I ovulated?
Argh. God has taught me a lot of patience this year. What's 9 more weeks right?
But those who wait on the LORD shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint. Isaiah 40:31
I leave you with a picture of the beautiful Angel Wings that I received in the mail today from Christa - thank you so much for them - everytime I walk by my tree now I will think of my angel babies, and also of the support that I have found here in blog land this year. *hugs*