I hate needles. Pretty much more than anything in the world. But this morning I willingly went in to get punctured for a progesterone test. This is supposed to tell the fertility specialist if I ovulated this month. Which is great to know, but if it turns out that I did and I'm still not pregnant, what exactly do we get from this insight? Oh right, more testing. I'm most nervous about the next step. If the test shows I did ovulate, he mentioned checking my tubes for blockages, which means a hysterosalpingogram. Everything I've read about these makes them sound painful, uncomfortable and expensive. And with all of this not being covered by our insurance, I really don't know about spending so much money. The bright side of today - usually people have a really hard time sticking me. It takes forever and they bruise my arms until I look like a heroin addict. But not this lady. She popped the needle right in there and was like "hey, we are done." Not even a bruise on this arm! Just a tiny red dot where the needle went in.
Results tomorrow. I'm not sure if I'm hoping for ovulated or did not ovulate at this point. Did not ovulate would certainly be easier to fix.