I'm feeling more hopeful today than I've ever felt in the last 4 years! I had my official post-op today with my laparoscopy doc. She had given the findings to my husband on the day of the surgery but I think a lot of info got lost in translation! He tries! :) Ironically she asked if I remembered her talking to me after the surgery. I was shocked. Don't remember that at all!
She told me that everything looks normal. Literally...everything. She removed the polyp, which thank God was normal also. But my tubes are open, my uterus looks good - normal! She could even tell by looking around that I had ovulated that month, and that all my hormones are normal. Sorry I keep using that word. She said she can't see any reason I shouldn't get pregnant. (Though I'm wary of getting my hopes up too high)
I also asked her that even though my tubes are open, is there a chance the HSG pushed a minor blockage out of the way. She said that yes, post-HSG pregnancies are not uncommon. She also said that the polyp being gone could be a factor in achieving pregnancy.
So my orders now are to "try aggressively" for the next 3-6 months. I think she's now my husband's favorite doctor.
I sort of hate being back to "wait and see," but I do feel hopeful, since we've finally made a lot of progress!
The one frustrating thing is that I went back to this doc on January 4th, after 3+ years of Napro. It's now March 2nd and, well, refer to the first line of this post. I'm just so frustrated that my Napro doc didn't do any of these procedures early on!!!
But I keep reminding myself that it was all for a reason. And honestly, it's a reason that makes perfect sense. I don't want to assume I'll be pregnant anytime soon, but looking back, had I had a second child close to Jack I probably wouldn't have been able to do all the pro-life work that I've been doing the last 4+ years. And now Jack will be in school full time in the fall, so timing-wise, it really does make sense. Again...I'm not assuming anything. Just hoping!