When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.
~Ralph Waldo Emerson
So I’m going to try and make it a point to post more. I think I lost most of my followers, though. But this blog isn’t for getting X number of followers… it’s for me and also in hopes that I can help someone else on their journey as a MilSpouse, Reservist… and now maybe someone going through infertility.
I have my first appointment with my PCM next Friday. I have to go there before getting a referral out to an OBGYN. It looks as though there are no RE’s (reproductive endocrinologists) in the area. At least not that I could find in the TriCare system. Maybe there are at the Naval Hospital, but I don’t go there so I have no clue.
Infertility. Gosh… that’s such a scary word. And while we’ve only been “trying” for six months… the better part of the year before was mostly not preventing. So the doctor’s office actually classified it as an infertility when I called about it.
So I’m starting a journey that I know pretty much nothing about it. I’m hoping that whatever is our issue can be fixed quickly. I guess I should say my issue. Huzzy already had an SA (semen analysis) and it’s not him. Not at all. Actually, he is so okay that he could be called Superman. It’s absolutely all my issue.
So for those who have been through this before… where should I make sure we start? With this being my PCM, I’m not sure if she’s going to order any tests at all or if she’s just going to straight refer me somewhere.