If you look closely, you can see the remnants of the death grip the tourniquet had on my arm.
As if getting stabbed with a needle wasn't torture enough for me this morning, I decided to take a swing by school to do some work in my classroom. I lasted about an hour and a half before I was sweating bullets and cursing the fact that I was even in there when I still have
so much some time left in the summer. I did manage to rearrange some furniture and unpack a few boxes of supplies that had been delivered. I also got all my welcome letters to my students organized and those will go in the mail tomorrow. I'm trying to will more days of summer. Maybe if I wish hard enough for it I can make it happen.
Fast forward a few hours, a lunch, and a nice afternoon spent reading outside later, and I got a phone call from the nurse at Dr. Bow Tie's office. She told me that my E2 level wasn't as high as they'd like to see it at this point so my dose of Follistim was going to be increased. I fully expected this to happen as Dr. Bow Tie said he was starting me on a low dose to see how I would respond. So, she told me to keep the Lupron dose the same and to increase the Follistim to 225 iu starting tonight. She set up a monitoring appointment for me on Wednesday to do an ultrasound and blood work. Hopefully, the oves will be in full production by then and I'll be able to see some action on the screen.
I'm headed up to a conference in Some Town Super Far Away, Massachusetts tomorrow and will be gone all day. More traveling with meds. I'll keep you posted on how it goes shooting myself up with meds on the Mass Pike.