I went in for my second sono of this cycle on Friday (CD15, if you're counting along at home), and had no major follicles. Lots of small ones (in typical PCOS fashion), and one that’s not quite 10mm, but nothing bigger. And my lining is still fairly thin. Follow up sono on Tuesday, unless they squeeze one in on Monday since I’ll already be there to see the RE.
The nurse’s assistant told me to pee in a cup again. Last time, I had already stopped at the restroom, so I could just say “Oh, I just went. Sorry.” But this time I was waiting for the bathroom when she asked for the sample. I said I didn’t think it was necessary, since there was no chance I was pregnant and they wouldn’t be running a test anyway. So what did she do? She wrote on my paperwork “pt refuses to give urine sample.”
Here’s what bugs me the most about this - I felt like I had to apologise to her for disobeying her medical command, even though not only is is pointless (the last time we did this, my wand-nurse threw the cup away right away) but she should be apolgizing to ME. This is a fertility clinic. It’s depressing to ask me to pee in a cup twice a week - I know nothing has changed since the last test, and suggesting that I might be pregnant would be amusing if it weren’t so depressing.