Posted by Theresa on May 19, 19100 at 15:54:33:
In Reply to: frightened...... posted by Allie on May 19, 19100 at 15:27:50:
That is a scary situation to be in. I am a little unsure if the OB you mention is an NYU RE or your own personal OB. Can you get a copy of the test results in which case the lab generally has whether it is in normal or abnormal range. Are there any nurses there who could look at your chart and reassure you about the tests?? Have you been to this doctor before and do they ever answer calls? It seems hard for you to be left in this state of uncertainty, when one quick call could quell those fears. Sometimes the drs get so busy they forget how scary this stuff is for us. Good luck with everything.
All the best,
: I am going to the NYU orientation this week for IVF and bought all my medications (lupron, etc) and was all set to go and then I received a call from my OB asking me to come in in the morning. It was her secretary who called and when I asked why, she said the doctor didn't give her the reason. When my husband called, he asked her to contact the doctor because I was a wreck. 2 weeks ago we had all the bloods done and I am a wreck thinking something is wrong. The secretary called back and said that the MD just wanted to see us before the orientation but no reason was given. Needless to say, I am frightened to death since she already went through everything.......I guess I just needed to vent my fright.........I feel somewhat better now.
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