I was all set to write about this big step I bravely took yesterday, but the fact that my lunch was ruined by a dancing cockroach — I really had to blog about it! (Incidentally, a part of me thinks I was too nice, but I can’t bear people losing their jobs because of me).
Anyway…you do know that I am married for two years now, and seriously being subjected to endless ribbing from nosy people who thinks the state of my ovaries and my ability to procreate is their business. For a time, it was okay for the hubby and I to be on our own since we wanted to make sure we have the money when we finally decide to have a kid.
Well, we’re still not filthy rich and we had to work our asses off to earn a living, but the Hubby and I decided to finally seek professional help regarding our chances of conceiving. What do you do when it’s your first time to visit an OB-Gyne in your whole freaking life? Well, you don’t have to run away — cos I have no intention of spilling the nasty details. (And truth be told, it’s not really nasty). Maybe it helps that I one of the best doctors in the field, Dra. Shiela Illescas, MD of In My Womb who also specializes in cases like mine. Maybe it helps that my doctor was very open, appealing and very pleasant to talk with. She’s very open-minded and has a way of making her clients feel at ease. Especially my case who never visited an OB Gyne before my whole freaking life.
Anyway, I am taking meds now and being closely monitored by Dra. Illescas. Well, I know this is a new adventure that I am undertaking. The road will not be as easy (I can feel it) but with His guidance and grace–the Hubby and I will one day receive our life’s greatest gift.