I feel like I've just won the lottery. The bon.e scan came back completely normal. The M.RI showed that I have a small, beni.gn and very common type of li.ver tu.mor. I have to go for a followup M.RI in 6 months. My PCP gave us the green light to start trying again, and said that if we're not PG in three months, to give her a call, and we'll do the followup scan then, instead of waiting the full six months. If we DO get PG soon, we'll wait until after we have the baby, which she doesn't think will be a problem. It is such a relief, I can't even tell you.
I really, really appreciate all of the support that I've received from this community lately. I can't even tell you what it has meant to me. I can't even imagine the last week without all of your kind comments.
Other good news: Amaz.on has already informed me that it has shipped JUST ONE of my items, to make sure it gets to me lickety split. Which item? Tertia's book, of course! That made me just so happy, to know it's already on its way.
The final bit of good news? I've worked really hard in recent months to gain a little weight back. I am always on the lookout for something that might improve my fertility without having to resort to fertility treatments. I knew I was underweight, but I have a crazy metabolism and a really rough time putting the weight on (I've had a tests done to make sure I don't have thyroid problems--I don't), between the stress of the Big Project and some of my health problems. Anyway, I'd read that for underweight women, a weight gain of as little as 10% of your body weight can return ovulation to normal. I've increased my weight by about 7%, so that I now am just a hair shy of having a "normal" BMI for the first time since we started TTC (another pound or two should put me squarely in the normal range). I am just at the end of my cycle, and it appears that I ovulated at a "normal" time, and I had a "normal" LP. I am hoping this is how the trend will continue!
I've also decided to call and talk to a nurse at my current doctor's office about the Clomid. My doctor's office actually has an RE that works out of it, although my doctor is not an RE. I probably won't stay with this practice, but I at least want to hear more about what they are thinking. If I'm dissatisfied, I am going to move to a practice closer to my house. I found an RE that also works as a regular GYN, although she doesn't do OB work any more. This might be the happy medium I am looking for. All of the other RE's around here are in full-blown fertility clinics, and I don't think I'm ready for that.
I'm so thrilled to be on our way again.