Well, I finally was able to schedule this selective HSG!! I've only been waiting to do it since January!
My selective HSG will be on Tue, June 16th. The bad news is it's a lab day for class, and I'll be missing 2 labs the very next week while I'm away on vacation in Cancun (I can't WAIT)! Then to top it off, the pre-op is on Thur, June 11th. My labs are Tuesdays and Thursdays! What are the chances! Apparently Dr. S.tegman only has those two availabilities in June, and if I need to re-schedule, we'll be in July. I'm hesitant to put this off any longer than it already has been, though, so I will just need to find a way to make up 4 labs (16 hrs worth of labs).
I am trying to see if I can also get a laparoscopy done, to remove any adhesions that may be leftover from last April's surgery. I suspect that the "free fluid" (which I'm starting to learn about in my sonography classes) was really just fluid that attached itself to adhesions around my ovaries or tubes, rather than hydrosalpinx. After I sobbed on the phone with my mother about the possible hydrosalpinx trauma, she had a dream about me where everything turned out ok. I was healthy. And I put a LOT of stock into my mother's dreams- her father visited her in a dream shortly after he died, and she had dreams about my grandmother's cancer returning before the Dr even knew it, etc.
So, that's the latest news over here. That and my 2nd Home Study visit has been scheduled! It is next Wednesday, at which point we will voice our concerns to our Social Worker, and see about possibly switching to another one. But we're giving her the benefit of the doubt for now.
I had some amazing cm ever since the last day of the uterine washes (Monday), and I am feeling some bloating today, very reminiscent of post-ovulation. If I am post-O, it will be a first for me- - that would mean I O'd on CD 12!!! We did BD last night, but DH didn't really deposit his entire paycheck, if you catch my drift. Dr. Toth is "cautiously optimistic" that we'll be able to conceive naturally within the next 4 months. Well... that makes one of us.