I want to ask the nurse something but I'm afraid toDecember 6 2010 at 3:48 PM
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Because in a way the whole cycle is kind of a charity cycle and I get the eggs as part of a study this is an extremely nerve wracking thing. I keep thinking the will bump me out of the study because of time constraints.
I've been involved in this for months without any success. I have had cysts, mysterious wrong cycles (maybe ovulation bleeding I took as period bleeding?) and ovulation. I've just been unlucky. Nothing points to me as a bad candidate. I respond to the estrogen and my uterus was fine. It's more that my ovaries didn't want to stay quiet. I don't think that is usually a disqualifier. Some of it was miscommunication from the office about what to do also, which they admitted.
This is a time sensitive thing. I have to cycle soon but I don't know how soon. What if it takes me months to start my period?
I want to ask the nurse if I should time my cycle with birth control pills so that I can make sure to start soonish. I am afraid that because of the crazy hormonal surge I may have giant gaps in the time when I start my cycle.
But whenever I ask anything about timing they get annoyed. It's hard to work out time off work so I was asking can I get there at X time? What about Y time. I was just annoying them. It's scary to annoy them.
This is driving me crazy. The whole thing is like a curse disguised as a blessing given how nerve-wracking it is.
Should I ask? Will they get annoyed? The nurses seem so harried and short tempered and like it's easy to get on their bad side.
- Re: I want to ask the nurse something but I'm afraid to - Anonymous on Dec 6
- I'd work it all out to suit yourself - E&H on Dec 6
- I would have said it's my writing - Bharani on Dec 6
- ask them - TH on Dec 7
- thanks everyone I asked - Orchid on Dec 7
- hah, no one responded - Orchid on Dec 8