I had a laparoscopy last Thursday, and I'm finally working up the courage to remove the bandages and see what's going on in there. My secondary incision looks okay--or as okay as voluntarily created hole in your abdomen can ever really look--but the main incision, the one in my belly button, is still freaking me out a bit.
Anyway, the good news about the lap is that there's nothing wrong with the plumbing--no tubal occlusions, adhesions, etc. Of course that's also the bad news. I was hoping for some easily fixable little problem that could be surgically repaired and--BAM!--I'd get pregnant. But alas, that is not the case. My doctor--we'll call him Dr. S--found some endo which they removed, and he said that might positively impact my fertility, but who really knows. Is it wrong to hope for slightly more decisiveness after a surgical procedure?
The next thing for us will be injectables and IUIs--assuming that I don't get my period before my injectables class (1/29) and my follow up visit with my doctor (1/30), which is unlikely. So, if I miss that window, maybe we'll do one more round of Clomid, my 5th. Let the good times roll.
Since I'm post-lap for the rest of this cycle, I hardly know what to do with myself. Most of the time I'm obsessing in the 2WW, but without that tried and true activity this month I have time on my hands. But I also have this new blog. So look out.