I reminded T. that we needed to schedule the SA for Thursday. He was totally fine with it, making jokes. The appointment was dutifully booked for Thursday. He rearranged his schedule. It was all set.
I also reminded him of the no less than 2 days/no more than 5 days rule. It's been more than 5 days (or, it will be as of Thursday). He "doesn't feel good," and hasn't, er, rectified the situation. He wants to reschedule the appointment. I reminded him that the next time there is an appointment at the nearest clinic is a month away. He is good with that.
And I am annoyed about it. I have to rearrange my life to have a slew of tests done which actually hurt and are horribly invasive, and he can't manage a little, ya know, because his stomach doesn't feel good? I know I'll probably have to have the HSG done regardless of the SA results, but it would've been nice to get the SA back and know the score before I put myself through all of that.
Of course, our clinic has other branches that are about an hour's drive away. Hmmm. That might be what gets scheduled. A little passive aggressive and a little mean to make him drive, but at least we'll get answers before next month.
In related news, I keep forgetting to mention that my RE said that his average patient is 38 and has had 4 m/c. He considers me ahead of the curve, since I'm under 38 and have only had 2 m/c's. But that made me wonder how old the average RE patient is, in general, so I consulted my usual source. Unfortunately, if Dr. Google knows, he's not telling.