Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Bumps in the Road

So I did go to yesterday's appointment but I didn't get the cyst drained. I just to talk it over with them (old/newRE). It was complicated. Dr. G wrote the orders to have the cyst drained today but that didn't fit into my new RE's office schedule and since I am not considered their patient,  I needed to fill out more paperwork and do that first. I know the cyst is still there. I called my local place twice last week asking tons of questions and they kept saying I needed to talk to the Dr. and that it was up to him, when clearly I had orders from another Dr. WHATEVER! So basically the cyst has been there too long now to go away on it's own. So I emailed  my nurse and told her I can get the cyst drained but it's not on CCRM's time frame. Nothing I can really do about that. So my nurse is going to check with Dr. G on what time frame I have to get it drained. Dr. G is on vacation now so I won't find out until Thursday. Bottom line...the cyst does need to get drained. I did find out it IS covered by insurance. So now I am just waiting to see what the orders are from Dr. G. How this effects our next cycle...well once the cyst is drained and once I start my CD1, I will not go on BCP and start STIMS. So more than likely we are defiantly doing egg retrieval in July/August....FINALLY

6 comments:

  1. Great that insurance will cover the draining of the cyst! That is very good news!

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  2. Phew... what a clusterfuck. I'm glad that insurance is going to cover it though - that's awesome!

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  3. I'm glad things are getting sorted out... sorry you've had to deal with this headache! I hope your new RE's office will be cooperative about draining the cyst!

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  4. Let's get that cyst out and be on our way already! Glad it's covered. Younseem to be holding on to sanity...keep being strong.

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  5. Uhg! Sorry this process it taking longer than anticipated. I wonder if there's another doc you can see so you don't have to deal with your local RE anymore?

    Great news about the insurance!

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  6. Wow what a cluster! UGH! It sometimes seems that thing are never easy! Hopefully that cyst will be gone soon!

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