I got the blood taken this morning to check immunity to chicken pox as well as all the pre-pregancy tests. Also to make sure I'm not pregnant yet. I won't get the results until Sunday now which is frustrating, but I have no choice.
Thank you all for your support. I know I am also to blame for not doing this earlier but didn't even think of it until this all started. I am still annoyed at my boss & co-worker for keeping it from me, I feel it is negligence to not inform staff of possible infection to contagious diseases. I can only hope I have natural immunity & don't need any top ups so I don't miss this cycle for ttc. If I do I guess I will just have to wait until the new year.
Hope everything is ok OP, I'm sure it will be.
Last edited by CMF; 13-11-2014 at 20:25.
Perhaps if your aim is to simply correct you could do it a bit more matter of factly. I've been living on nowhere near enough sleep for the last couple of weeks and didn't even click on what you were getting at until you quoted me with my quick google search. Before that I just assumed you had no idea (as a lot of people don't)...so you didn't really get your point across very well.
Back on topic ...
OP at least 1 benefit is you got your pre pregnancy bloods drawn. These are great starting point records. Good luck with ttc and we may be in the same dig
Got results back last night. No immunity to chickenpox unfortunately. Decided to get the vaccine however it's in two parts, six weeks apart and have to wait 3 months after the second one to TTC. That was pretty dissapointing for DH and I. Means we can't ttc until late March, but due to O, probably not until April now.
BubblesK would be able to confirm as she knows all about them (think she works in the field).
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