The baggage gal is asleep and very mumbly. She is also very light which makes assisted potty stops a breeze... The surgery went well according to the little guy that performed the operation. He actually seemed pretty sharp.. He brought me in a variety of full color photos that looked about like you would imagine. ................wait---- I was just instructed to include that it all "hurts" and "hurts like a son-of-a-bitch when you pee"
Since I am no writer(and a guy)----
The bottom line on the pics/report from little guy: Left ovary and the tube associated will not be of assistance towards future baby plans. Too much prior damage. He said he expected this. I think we all did. But that, makes me more angry than I could describe in words... so I will just continue-Right ovary and tube that goes with it- they are both happy and clear! Some good news! I saw the dye in the full color pics. It went right on thru like it should! Seeing this made the little doc guy really happy. It made everyone happy. The rest of the procedure went fine he said. The adhesions were about like he expected, bad- but not terrible. He also said "look, you see how the uterus looks normal and how the right side tube looks clear???" I said in an intelligent tone- "yep"
The one thing I could make out was the clear and happy passage that belonged to the baggage gal's right ovary. It is very unfair and hard on the baggage girl, that her left ovary and its blocked tube are in that condition due to the worst of circumstances... I am just proud for her that from the tone in the doc's voice, and in pics even racecar driving guys could see. There is plenty of room for hope and even optimism that the bug has a GREAT chance of being an older sister. The rest of the news will come in lab results. You must excuse me. It is time for round 2 of toast and soda and maybe even some soup and crackers for the bravest, cutest, prettiest, and occasionally whiniest girl I know...