Does anyone else feel like you spend your life waiting? 15 months ago, it was wait to take a prego test. Then it was wait to go to the doctor. Wait for the doctor to figure it out. Wait for this test, wait for a med to make me have a period, wait for this test, wait for that result. Then recently, wait to go to the RE. Now, I find out that my GP didn't perform any of my tests on the right days, so everything has to be repeated. Now it's wait to take my progesterone (the 22nd), wait to bleed, wait until the right day for the right tests. I swear, my life is beginning to revolve around counting days. It's so frustrating, and tiresome. The worst is, because I don't know what day they need to do my testing, I can't even take off work. The RE and I sceduled my appointments, but I still have to call on Day 1, and they may be reschuled. I'm so afraid my work is going to get fed up with me taking days off last minute. Ugh. I just needed to vent. Thanks for listening!
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