Our Baby Making Process Pt. 2

Our baby making process continues! Our next appointment was for the ultrasound and physical. When I showed up to the appointment they checked my weight, blood pressure, heart, breathing… and then it was time for the magic wand! If you don’t know what the magic wand is you’ll see it in the video (below) This wand is used for the ultrasound! The ultrasound was nice and quick… uncomfortable BUT quick. This exam checked my ovaries, uterus, cervix, and Fallopian tubes. The doctor said everything looked great! She even said there were eggs in there! WAHOO!

The next day we had to go to the Hospital to get the HSG test done. I guess you can say that this was step 4 of the baby making process. The first two were blood tests (The CMV blood test and the Ovarian Reserve blood test – you can Watch the Baby Making Process Pt. 1 HERE) the third was the ultrasound and now this… The HSG Test that I was not excited about.

I heard a ton of different things from people who have done the HSG test… I think that’s what got me all worked up about the test. I was so nervous! The HSG test is a radiology procedure that is done at the hospital and sometimes it’s done at an outpatient facility. What they do is inject dye into the uterine cavity through the cervix… that dye fills the Fallopian tubes and spills into the abdominal cavity. This basically shows whether or not the Fallopian tubes are open or blocked by something. If the Fallopian tubes are blocked… there’s a possibility that it’ll be difficult to get pregnant.

The HSG test is SUPER uncomfortable! I’m not going to lie… Those 5 minutes felt like 30! You feel sharp pains, you cramp, you feel constipated.. BUT it’s something you have to do when you’re using a donor. This is all a part of the process!

Here’s us going through these stages of the baby making process and my RESULTS –>

 

If you missed Part 1 of the Baby Making process  — Watch it HERE! 

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I live in The Sunshine State and talk for a living. Meeting new people and hearing "their" story is my fav! I have so much love for Orlando and it's people! I have a beautiful wife that I love traveling with! She's the cook & the other mother to our beautiful Pit Bull! I can't wait to start a fam with her and share with you!
11 comments
  1. Omg, watching this makes me feel so emotional. Watching you girls smile, and then when times like the dye part comes, I could See your pain in your face. Made me feel the pain with you. I think We all going to be awesome aunties and uncles around here soon. God has your backs and you will soon have that baby you both want. Love that you ladies are sharing all the personal moments with us. So proud of both of you… Thank You!

  2. Thank you for letting me be part of your journey from afar.. I love you girls so much, Its so emotional seeing your happiness and the pain you have had to go through.. God will watch over you in your journey.. I can’t wait to be a proud Auntie again..much love and light

  3. Love it! So exciting!

  4. Ohmygosh! I love this so much and I’m so, over the moon, happy for you two!! Thank you for sharing your journey ❤️

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