A little bit of background. I was diagnosed with PCOS in September, conceived naturally somehow in early September and had an early miscarriage in October.
I was very excited when my lovely GP gave me a referral to see the gyno/ob I wanted to see when I got pregnant. The gyno/ob diagnosed my PCOS and gave me a script for Metformin and Femera and a referral to get cycle tracking and PCT done at a fertility clinic. Due to my MC I didn't do cycle tracking until my Nov cycle. It was a cancelled cycle. Gyno doubled my dose of Femera for the Dec cycle and and I have ovulated and had my PCT. Now in the TWW.
Anyone, my problem is that I just don't feel positive with the care I am getting. I just want to know if I am being a silly hormonal cow or if I should speak to the gyno about it.
Firstly, my first call from my first cycle tracking on CD10 the woman said I had already ovulated but to have another test 2 days later to check. I did that and then the next woman said I had ovulated and my levels were raising ok, just looked like it would be a long cycle. Which I though sounded right, when I have ovulated, it's usually between CD21 and CD25 anyway. Anyway, each I spoke to them they would tell me my E2, LH and P4 for that day and I was recording it in my phone just for my records. Each time I spoke to them they would say completely different levels for the test before.... I was really confused and when I questioned it they just went no, this is what it was. Then my cycle got cancelled.
Now with my second cycle, that went more to plan and I ovulated on CD15 (YAY!) and everything was ok. I had my PCT on Friday, which was quite uncomfortable and a little bit painful. When I was leaving the nurse said just to make an appointment with gyno/ob for the result and cross our fingers for the rest of the month. I got home and read the instructions from the gyno/ob and they mentioned blood tests on 7PO and 10 or 11 DPO. It was the weekend so I called the clinic today about these as they weren't mentioned to me. The lady was saying I needed a separate referral for these. I was confused because it seemed all part of the cycle tracking to me. When I read out the gyno/ob instructions to her, she said I should have told them at the beginning. Ummm... Ok but I thought it was normal practice. How am I suppose to work out what's normal and what's not. I'm reluctant to ask questions because when I get the feeling I am wasting their time.
Everytime I hang up the phone from the clinic, I'm confused, frustrated and upset. This isn't how I thought it would be. It's hard enough!!
Am I being silly getting worked up about this? I just feel like I am just a number to them.