Still testing, K has to have another test tomorrow (not sure what the results actually were today, but we’re down to dailies so I can only assume things are looking better. They only left a message so we didn’t get to speak to them about the chances of getting an IUI or it working this month, but we’re still in the game for now.
We’ve decided not to tell anyone but our families about the try this month (maybe more on that decision in the weekend), so it’s been hard not being able to talk about the frustration of the last few days and the testing results/lack of communication.
A straight friend of mine is having their first appointment with the same clinic on Friday after trying by themselves unsuccessfully for some time – I have only told them good things about the people there (not wanting to stress them out because there’s no other option in Hamilton) so sure hope they find them easier to deal with than we do!
It’s weird though; individually and for the most part, everyone we have dealt with there has been super supportive and friendly, but as a whole organisation it’s like there’s a huge area that’s lacking something.
The winter flu season seems to have hit hard, my work has had several people out every day this week, and tonight K is pretty full of it too. Hopefully she’s feeling better tomorrow for what looks like being a pretty big day.
Touch wood, so far I’m fine which is great seeing as I don’t have any sick leave left.