Saturday, May 14, 2011

What Comes Next

Before Blogger had issues and deleted comments on some posts, someone had asked whether I was going to go to a fertility specialist in August.  The short answer to that is, I sure hope so.  DH is supposed to switch to the new company (the one he should have switched to in December) at some point in June.  Provided that happens as scheduled, I'll be able to be on my company's insurance by July 1.  Figuring on it probably taking a few weeks to get in for an appointment, I'm guessing it'll be August before I can get in to see an RE.

Now, that doesn't mean that DH and I are trying again.  Or that we will be by August.  Or that we will be this year.  But it does mean that I'll be able to start finding out if there's an identifiable problem on my part and addressing it if there is a way to address it without trying to conceive.

On a side note, I wish MTV would stop with the commercials for 16 and Pregnant and for First Response pregnancy tests and for lawyers for antidepressant-related birth defects.  I just want to be able to watch Bring It On without babies every damned commercial break!!


  1. I hope you're able to go to someone soon and get yourself checked out as well.

    As a sidenote, MTV should stop airing 16 and Pregnant period.

  2. I'm with you. 16 and pregnant is a ridiculous show that allows teenagers to think that it's okay to get pregnant at that age. Half of those mothers on that show have baby daddy around to help, and the grandparents take care of the baby more than the actual parents.

    I'm your newest follower! I can't wait to read your updates!