I had a call from the clinic during the week. It was the nurse I spoke to about my immune test results - she had a note on my file that she'd left me a message, but had forgotten to record that I had called her back, so was calling to check that I knew the results.
We discussed what happens next. Mr Miracle Worker likes to do hysteroscopies as close as possible to the start of stimming. Since I'm on the short protocol again and I won't be able to start stimming unless my FSH is at the right level, this gives a pretty small window of opportunity.
So the nurse said I should call them in a week or two just so they know they're expecting me. Then I go in for a blood test and a scan on CD 1. Assuming those are OK, they do a hysteroscopy on CD 2, then I start injecting on CD 3.
I was a little bit taken aback by this and said, "Ummm, isn't doing a hysteroscopy on CD 2 a bit, ummm ... messy?"
I don't think she really got what I meant and just said, "No, it'll be fine. Don't worry about it."
She obviously hasn't seen the Niagara Falls that is my AF on CD 2, and I'm really not very excited at the thought of all those tourists visiting the Falls that day.