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    We haven't started yet but in our final phase of tests we found out dh's swimmers don't have the "acrosome" (the hard layer on the head that allows them to penetrate the egg) when I said he has squishy swimmers he said "no I don't your eggs have riot shields, my swimmers are just scared if being batonned" haha silly man

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    Not really that funny.. but being on a second cycle, i'm getting used to wierd comparisons doctors sometimes give.. our FS said to my hubby that he'll split his testicle into half "like a mandarin" to get swimmers! My hubby went pale at hearing that!

    Also english is a second language for my hubby, sometimes he really mixes up his body parts with mine, before our appt he said "can you grab the ultrasound of my ovaries?" , he meant testicles but stuffed that up. I said to him he doesn't have ovaries, he was adamant that he had an ultrasound on them.

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    Great thread

    I recall my very first appointment with Wazza (Brisbane girls will know him as a total hoot!).. As he began my pap smear, his cell phone rang. Without missing a beat, or moving anywhere, he answered the call and continued chatting for some minutes whilst digging around down there . When he hung up I did say "I can't believe you just chatted away down there for all that time!" and he said "Oh you're lucky. I normally get my patients to answer for me". I thought he was totally crazy and now I've been seeing him for three years, I know he is!!
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    I didn't think I'd end up finding anything funny to post here, but here goes:

    Night of my very first trigger shot - had to give it to myself at 1am, couldn't sleep so got out of bed at midnight, read the instructions several times made sure everything was ready to go and I wasn't confused. Set everything up. 5 minutes to 1am I go to the bathroom to wash my hands. Try to put the syringe on but it's not going on right...but getting after trying again. So now I'm slightly worried that I've put too many "holes" in the little bottle (don't ask, developed so much anxiety because of this journey). Anyway, I give myself the injection and so far so good. I put everything away, then feel something wet on my pyjama legs - it's not water. So I totally freak out, go upstairs to wake DH - convinced that the trigger shot leaked and it didn't go in me...well, after a few minutes DH says "it's smells like hand soap". And sure enough, we have a stupid soap dispenser that squirts soap across the room when you use it, and obviously it got me on my leg. I felt so stupid .

    Another story, which wasn't funny at the time, I'm waiting in the pre-op room for my EPU - I have never been in hospital and never had surgery, so sooo nervous. Another two ladies where in there. One of the ladies was telling me that she was there for a hysterectomy and then asked why I was there (which I told her). She then joked about how the day before the hospital rang for their pre-admission call and got the name of her Dr wrong. This had actually happened to me too, and so I asked her who her Dr was. We realised that the hospital had mixed up our Dr's during the phone calls (indeed in the pre-admission i/v that Dr was still written on my chart). There was a long silence, then the lady laughed and said, "well, as long as I don't come out pregnant"...the other girl in the room, who was also there for EPU, gave me a worried look and knew exactly what I was thinking - I don't want to go in and get a hysterectomy!

    So when I spoke to the anesthetist I told him why I was here and my concerns for a mix up. When I got to the theatre, they did the usual "why are you here"?, I told them EPU, and my FS jokingly said, no, you're hear to get your gall bladder out!! Not funny Jan..needless to say, things went according to plan.

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    I'm on daily clexane injections and I prefer my husband to inject me. Last week, I pushed my skin together, waited for the sting and bam! he got me right in the finger lol.... We couldn't do the injection for another half an hour because we had the giggles.

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    Hi all. These are just priceless.

    My story comes from our last EPU.
    DP had just been brought out if recovery and I had just come to her bedside. Our FS writes on the back of DPs hand how many eggs collected. FS writes so that it is right way up to the patient. But do was convinced FS had written it right way up to me. So when i asked how many eggs she held her hand to me and squealed with excitement "91!". Just as she said that a nurse was pushing another patients bed past, was so shocked at the "91" she stopped dead in her tracks and said "91?!?", letting go of the other bed and it just continued down the hall! I felt do bad to be the one to tell DP she was reading it wrong and it was actually 16!
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    My very traditional country born & bred hubby was with me when we had our last FET - 2 blastocyte bubbies going back in. The male Dr was "down the business end" and hubby was well and truly back up near my head. All going well, the Dr pauses and says "mmmm, we'll need a larger speculum I think". I started giggling - trying to make light of the situation - hubby starts asking "whats wrong?" - "Oh nothing, I just have a giant vagina thats all". If only the floor could've swallowed hubby - mortified what the the Dr and nurse might think!! (They got a good chuckle too)

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    I was on my way hm from a hectic day of work, the day before EPU and the start of a 3 day break from work, with ET being a 2 day transfer.

    A million thoughts going thru my head - work/tomorrow!

    I sit down on my ferry seat and try to destress and relax by putting my earphones in and pushing play on my iphone to some loud upbeat beyonce! Starting to relax when i notice people looking sideways at me....thinking nothing too much of it until the next song comes on and i realise, I had been paying my iphone to the whole ferry!

    haha opps.

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    My funny is our first appointment at the fertility specialist. We didn't know what to expect , went in sat down. Was asked when last pap was I did it the week earlier in case they wanted to do one there I did it with my Gp as thought might as well get it out of the way. Well was I shocked when I was asked to remove my pants and told I was going to be given a internal good old hubby had a laugh out loud, but that didn't last long cos when she was done with me it was his turn to remove his undies and have a checkup!!! the look on his face was priceless

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    Our last transfer was done by a different doc (who has dark skin compared to my FS). Walked out after transfer and said to DH "I'm never going back to my FS"
    He asked why. With a completely straight face and dead serious tone i said "Once you go black, you never go back" then we both died laughing!


 

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