@Billie2, it was like nothing I've ever experienced before! I got super nervous waiting in my scrubs but hubby was marvellous and just kept saying lovely things to help relax me. Then the anaesthetist came in explained what he was doing and then the scientist to also tell hubby what he had to do and then all of a sudden I'm in theatre with about 5 people all doing different things, cannula in and literally 20 seconds later I was out to it! Woke up quickly in the recovery room, the nurse was super impressed with how bright/with it I was! Star patient she said! Had some tea, cheese & bickies ~ had a quick chat to Dr George where she explained they were only able to get 3 (which I was still really happy about) because the other follies were still too small then the nurse explained post recovery stuff and took the cannula out, then it was time to head to the chemist, got me some crinone and caught an uber home. I found Dr George really quietly spoken too but very nice. The best thing is that if this round doesn't go according to plan I feel very confident that I could do it all again. Fingers crossed that's not the case though!