Monday, May 14, 2012

sun & mon = great days!

wow..has the last two days been busy!!
Yesterday was mothers day and went spend the day at my moms house..had a small cookout had
*hot dogs
*potato salad

*macaroni salad
*Oreo pudding poke cake
and great company! the weather was beautiful so we got to enjoy the great outdoors!

Today was a fantastic day!
I picked up my Nephew Blaze at 1030ish and then we headed to my friend Alicias House and she has 2 beautiful kids Logan & Elizabeth..and we packed everyone in the car and headed to the oxbo park/zoo

we had a picknic and the kids played and played...then we went to the free zoo!! and they loved the animals and ran around like crazy...the smallest ones "blaze and elizabeth" passed out in like 4 min of leaving the zoo

..they were so tired...But it was so fun..also great company and beautiful weather.
Alicia and i are going to plan a girls night up to Treasure Island some weekend soon..her and i and some relaxing just all around girl time!! Im excited!!!

Ok! So today is day two of my i get to start My gonal F shots tommorw!! Im kinda excited i feel great about this round...all i can do is pray and hope!! **fingers crossed**
So....were doing something a little diffrent this round were switching my doseage from up to down to up again...

Fri-bloodwork/hsg test

So i will get my blood work done on friday before 9am
then i have my hsg test at 1 on friday..



A hysterosalpingogram (HSG) is an X-ray test that looks at the inside of the uterus and fallopian tubes and the area around them. It often is done for women who are having a hard time becoming pregnant (infertile).
During a hysterosalpingogram, a dye (contrast material) is put through a thin tube that is put through the vagina and into the uterus. Because the uterus and the fallopian tubes are hooked together, the dye will flow into the fallopian tubes. Pictures are taken using a steady beam of X-ray (fluoroscopy) as the dye passes through the uterus and fallopian tubes. The pictures can show problems such as an injury or abnormal structure of the uterus or fallopian tubes, or a blockage that would prevent an egg moving through a fallopian tube to the uterus. A blockage also could prevent sperm from moving into a fallopian tube and joining (fertilizing) an egg. A hysterosalpingogram also may find problems on the inside of the uterus that prevent a fertilized egg from attaching (implanting) to the uterine wall. See a picture of a hysterosalpingogramcamera.

Why It Is Done

A hysterosalpingogram is done to:
  • Find a blocked fallopian tube. The test often is done for a woman who is having a hard time becoming pregnant. An infection may cause severe scarring of the fallopian tubes and block the tubes, preventing pregnancy. Occasionally the dye used during a hysterosalpingogram will push through and open a blocked tube.
  • Find problems in the uterus, such as an abnormal shape or structure, an injury, polyps, fibroids, adhesions, or a foreign object in the uterus. These types of problems may cause painful menstrual periods or repeated miscarriages.
  • See whether surgery to reverse a tubal ligation has been successful.

Examples of what they are looking for

Figure 1 is an X-ray of contrast material moving normally from the uterus up through the fallopian tubes toward the ovaries. Figure 2 shows a blocked fallopian tube on one side.

So thats how things are looking...lets hope for the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i will keep everyone up dated!