Actually, it’s $4440.91. But who’s counting?
As you might have guessed, my meds arrived today. Hooray! I think I’m feeling a bit more overwhelmed than I was after the injection training.
Unfortunately, my happy dance about stuff being covered was premature. The PEO wasn’t covered, after all. But it wasn’t that expensive, comparatively, only $150. The stuff that was covered probably saved us about $100. Better than nothing, I suppose! The Follistim was about 3/4 of the cost. Ugh.
Four more days of BCP, and then it’s full steam ahead! Here goes nothing!
Yesterday Andrew and I went to injection training with our IVF Coordinator. She seems very nice, and very meticulous. Which is definitely a good quality for someone who does what she does. She seems very focused on the task at hand, whereas my RE and her MA are a little on the friendlier side and more open to chit chat… but that’s really ok. She does her job, and presumably does it well, so that’s all I care about. 🙂 I’m not looking for someone to kiss my ass, I just want a baby!
OMG, this last week has been crazy.
Friday night I flew out on a red eye to MD for a friend’s wedding. Got there around 10am, the wedding was at 4. Sunday I drove up to NJ to see some family (namely my Grandma who’s in the hospital 😦 Monday I drove back to MD to fly out to Seattle. Needless to say I didn’t get much sleep!
Hi blog readers. Been a little while. I’ve been kind of laying low in the world of TTC (and the world in general, I suppose) as we wait for IVF, when our lives will revolve around medication, and doctor’s appointments. About which I will likely at least complain, if not blog, about regularly.