We found a new (used) car. It's a 2011 Jetta with only 18,000 miles, and as it's in great condition. We could have gone with a lower priced model, but I opted for heated seats. Every time my butt is toasty and warm, it will feel worth it. It has been only a week, and the car is already infested with clutter and I haven't emptied the box of crap rescued from my old car.
My RE was already ahead of me in wanting to evaluate my uterine cavity, so he performed a sonohystogram at my last appointment. Much to my relief, all was clear. Not to sound like Pollyanna playing The Glad Game; but as much I've been complaining about how long it has taken to get to this transfer, I appreciate that the finding of a polyp or submucosal fibroid could delay this process even further.
As my lining was a plush 12.4 mm, my RE agreed that I could do my transfer earlier -during my vacation week. The cluster fuck of rescheduling patients and re-arranging my time out of the office has been avoided. Additionally, I was able to talk him into letting me take some Valium for my transfer. I don't actually feel I need it, nor do I think it will really make a difference; but -why not?
I've discovered Mini.velle patches. Previously, I didn't have a problem with the adhesiveness of my generic estrogen patches, but they don't seem to be staying on as well in the warmer weather. Not only do the Mini.velle patches stick much better, they're so much smaller! A regular Estradiol patch is about the size of a small lemon, where a 0.1 mg Mini.velle patch is the size of a quarter and a 0.05mg patch is the size of a dime. I've actually been able to wear a two piece swim suit to the pool each day. Even better, I've been able to order samples to be sent to my office. Hey, I never claimed that I played by the rules.
She seems to be hiding from him, but we're viewing this as progress!