Still Waiting for Godot

“You can get so confused that you’ll start in to race down long wiggled roads at a break-necking pace and grind on for miles across weirdish wild space, headed, I fear, toward a most useless place.  The Waiting Place.”  

~ Dr. Seuss


My husband’s appointment with the urologist went reasonably well (although he keeps whining about getting touched in bad places… dude, let me tell you about touching in bad places!  And they didn’t involve a warm set of hands massaging my nether-regions!!!), but still has us waiting.  He’s been sent for some more blood work and has to return next week for a hot date with a plastic cup (he says: I hope they have better “entertainment” than at our current clinic”) which will be sent for an (unfunded) in depth analysis.  And then we wait for his appointment in May for results.  We’re crossing our fingers that he can get in sooner on a cancellation appointment.  May isn’t that far away, but every cycle that passes just feels like an eternity. 

The good news is, all signs point to him having too much estrogen, and this is treatable.  And the answer to the almighty question: “Will this positively impact my fertility?”, is yes.

My fingers are crossed that the small glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel keeps flickering.


2 responses to “Still Waiting for Godot

  • Elphaba

    Oh I’m glad you might have something to work with! It can be so frustrating when you don’t know what’s wrong, so you don’t know what to fix. Haha, poor hubby–these men have no idea what it’s like to really be touched in bad places!

  • Heather

    I see it flickering too, and I am positive it will continue to get brighter with time…

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