Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Cl0mid Wednesday

I talked to my RE. He said that Cl0mid certainly won't hurt anything, so why not? It does increase the chance of twinning, which makes me very nervous, but it is a risk I'm willing to take to get this damn thing done already. I hate to make it sound that way, but that's how I'm feeling about it. He said he'd have somebody call in the prescription for me.

Of course, when I went down to pick up the prescription, there was no record of anybody calling it in. So I had to call the RE's office and leave a message. And now I'm getting nervous that it won't be called in on time and I won't be able to take it today.

Today was my last day at my job. I have nothing lined up. I feel horribly about it, but I guess I should be able to temp. I'm looking at other jobs too, but the problem is that I don't know what I want. Full time? Part time? How much of a pay cut am I willing to take? I have absolutely no idea.

But for now, I just need to focus on getting those Cl0mid pills in my hands. I have an hour before the RE's office closes.

The pharmacy received the prescription. I can breathe now.

**UPDATE 2**
My insurance isn't covering the medicine. It's not that expensive and I can just pay it out of pocket. I know others pay for much more (aka everything) out of pocket, but it just feels like a kick in the gut when I'm down. In this state, there is no reason why it wouldn't be covered. But maybe I'll fight it later.


Delenn said...

What type of work are you looking for? I know of some clerical/filing work at my office--and it could be flexible as to hours (we had a part timer for 4 years who just quit). Ours is a real estate law office in Newton.

Just a thought...


ultimatejourney said...

I'm glad you were able to get the meds!

I had pretty much the same attitude you have -- anything halfway reasonable to stop the mental torture, please! At some point, it just becomes about getting through the hard stuff. I hope you're almost at the other side.

Erin said...

Well, welcome to the fun world of unemployment/temping.

I'm glad you were able to get your Clomid. I was lucky enough to avoid any side effects, aside from an occasional hot flash (wow, those are crazy) and I hope you have the same luck! Actually I hope your luck is even better and that you get yourself a Clomid Baby!

Samantha said...

I hope the clo.mid will do the trick!