So I’m in the middle of stims of my first round of IVF. I’m on the standard long protocol and currently being monitored every other day with ultrasounds and blood tests.
Last June I had an open myomectomy to remove multiple large fibroids. Which I told my fertility clinic about at my consultation. At my first scan at the fertility clinic the sonographer said the lining of my womb was fine apart from a little adenomyosis, ovaries looked good too. Which was fabulous, great results considering everything.
Fast forward to my second ultrasound, a different sonographer said my ovary looks a little polycystic, I thought err since when did this occur?! 🤷🏾♀️
Now to my third ultrasound Monday gone, another sonographer noticed that I have scare tissue in the cavity of my womb. I never said a word. I’m thinking why the hell wasnt these things picked up at the first ultrasound sound?
Your opinions please, how mad? Ok scrap that. How concerned should I be about the skills of the sonographers at this clinic?... my chances are looking much slimmer than what I first thought. What would you do in this situation?
Im not happy at all. I have another ultrasound appointment today and I’m wondering what they’ll find next.
I’m starting to think this was a huge waste of time and money.
Sorry for the long rant!