Monthly Archives: July 2011

Hysteroscopic metroplasty

My hysteroscopic metroplasty took place last Thursday.  I must confess that I had some misgivings about my surgeon…  Could he be 100% sure that my fundus is convex based on the sonohysterogram?  What if he accidentally perforated my uterus during the metroplasty?  Without the help of concurrent laparoscopy, … Continue reading

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Minnesota

I hadn’t been to Minnesota to visit my family in over 14 months.  Before that, it had been 13 months since I flew to Minnesota for my sister’s high school graduation.  First my imperious research advisor kept me in Cambridge, then … Continue reading

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A week late.

Moms of preemies often have mixed feelings on their baby’s first birthday.  On the one hand, we’re so proud of how much progress our little miracles have made over the past year.  On the other hand, the scary memories of … Continue reading

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Then and Now: What a difference a year makes!

Then: Now: Peter and I agree: we’ll take cupcakes and sunshine over hyperal and bili lights any day. Last January I predicted that Peter would at least sextuple his birth weight by his first birthday.  On Monday, he weighed 18 lbs, … Continue reading

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My uterus.

My period finally returned on July 2nd, so I was able to schedule a sonohystogram (SHG) to diagnose my Mullerian anomaly.  Coincidentally, the SHG was scheduled for July 12, exactly one year after I went into preterm labor with Peter.  I … Continue reading

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4th of July

Bostonians are very proud of their annual 4th of July Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, and some of that pride rubs off on Bay Staters living outside the greater Boston area.  As a result, only one town in all of Worcester … Continue reading

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