I had follicle check on Tuesday and went over the details from my surgery. He said he found no endo, which is great, but I did have adhesions. He said they didn't look like they were caused by an infection, but that they were congenital. I have never heard of congenital adhesions. Have you?
He said my left filopian tube was kind of pulled away from the ovary, so he fixed that. He also said my ovaries sit "high". I thought he meant like high into my chest when standing up. But no, he meant high to my belly when laying down. I don't have to have transvaginal ultrasounds anymore because its easier to see my ovaries with a traditional on the belly ultrasound. It's great! But I can't help but wonder my stuff is still in a wierd place.
He didn't seem too optimistic that having the surgery would improve our chances, except for the fact of putting my left ovary/tube closer together. So we'll see. Dye poured through both tubes, so they are open.
We did another round of letrozole this cycle (CD3-8). I had two follicles, one on each side. This is cycle 5, I believe, of letrozole. How many can you do? I haven't discussed this with my RE yet. He's been SOOO GOOD about not throwing IVF and IUI out there...I don't want to tempt him. :) You know REs can't help themselves. I really do like him though.
Being patient is not my thing. I want to be pregnant now!