Waiting for bloodwork this morning, I heard the tech call my name. Just my first name. That's funny, I thought, but then, come to think of it, they've just been calling my first name in general of late.
I thought maybe they had decided to be more HIPAA-compliant or something, and I asked.
"Oh, no. It's just that now we recognize you, so we say your first name."
This may not seem so strange, except that my clinic is big. I mean really big (as in, sometimes I think the waiting room looks a bit like an upscale airplane terminal). In fact, about 200 women cycle there a month. And so the nurses and techs have never called just my first name.
The personal touch was nice, but I have to say, I started to feel like a real old-timer. When they have my birthdate memorized, then I'll really know it's time to move on.
Got more baseline results:
Not sure what to make of them. FSH looks good, but not sure about the E2 or LH. Any of you know?
Will is out of town, and I am going to a party solo tonight, so will be mixing menopur and shooting up the follistim in the bathroom. Guess I need to bring a little refrigerated bag or something. Ah, the glamour of IVF!