I had my post-op appointment with Dr. T exactly two weeks after my surgery. Apparently, he did visit me in recovery. I remember hearing his voice. Dr. T said, "Uh, yeah you were out of it." Ya think dude?! Chuckling, he said, "Talking to you did no good, and talking to your husband wasn't much better." When relayed that to DH, he defensively said, "I did tell you everything he said, didn't I?" :) Guess that proves yet again the difference in knowledge base between the IFer and the DH of the IFer!
In my laparoscopy/hysteroscopy, doctors found "feather-like" tissue that was easy to remove. (words in quotation marks are Dr. T's words) Past that scar tissue was more of a "fibrous" tissue that wasn't necessarily solid tissue but more similar to cartilage. The shape was like a "pillar" in the fundus of my uterus. It did appear as a type of septum, but it was not consistent with a uterine abonormailty but more of additional scar tissue. That tissue was carefully removed as well. After that tissue was completely removed, my uterus "sprung back" into shape. Fibroids were of no consequence, tubes were open & clear, and an endometrial polyp was removed. There was NO evidence of endo. Yea!
My stadium is now clear and shiny, but I unfortunately have no proof of a diamond-encrusted roof. Not even after all of the money I had to pay! Hopefully embryos implant better in clean uterine tissue than diamonds anyway.
Plan #69583309-05-B-82k298t.9h-XYZ: "Go home, do it like crazy, and get pregnant."
Easier said than done, but here we go anyway.