Friday, August 13, 2010

HSG

So today was the HSG. It went by quickly. I had no nerves about it really and that's thanks to Andrea and Nan;o) ((Love you Guys;o)) it was quick, i cramped but wasn't bad. The doctor was nice and explained everything to me before and while he was doing it. So now i'm just waiting on the report which my doctor should have monday. I'm gonna try and be patient and wait til tues before i call them, but knowing me i will probably call monday;o)

Gosh it feels good to make a step forward;o)


Loving My Angels

9 comments:

cgd said...

So glad that everything went smoothly. For me, the HSG was one of the more painful experiences. Hoping that the results are clear too.

klarsen said...

Praying! xoxo

Andrea said...

Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. –

Philippians 4:6

It's all going to be okay sweet friend :) And it was a joy to accompany you along your journey to the HSG. I'm here anytime you need me.

Much Love and I hope your church does well with the rummage sale.

xoxo

ps We were giggling like two 13 year olds yesterday...and it felt good! Let's do that more often :)

waiting41infla said...

I am proud of you for having the test. The results will come in time, but I know how you feel about back on a plan going forward.

Thanks for kind words. My dog made it through surgery and he is good as new. Now I am nervous for my surgery next week keep me in your thoughts and prayers. You are always there...hugs and good luck on results!

Antoinette said...

My friend just had an HSG a few weeks back and she said it was basically like you described. I pray you get all you hope for and more...you are in my thoughts always..and Yes, id probably call monday too, i was not born with patience =P

xoxoxox
love you!!

Brie said...

hoping you get some answers, or at least are able to close some doors on potential causes for your losses.

The HSG helped us determine that I had what they thought to be a bicornuate uterus, later re-diagnosed through MRI as a septum. It's been surgically fixed and we're hoping not to lose another pregnancy now ( Like you, I've got 3 angels in Heaven, none on earth)

Lori said...

I am so glad it was relatively painless for you!!! I've had a few over the years and only one did NOT hurt. Then again, I have crazy anatomy!!!
Lots of love!
xoxo

Andrea said...

I am hoping for the best for you my friend...and call them because sometimes things are done earlier than expected!! Good luck :) XOXO

DeniFay said...

So glad it went well! Sending you love always!

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