Little update on me: the nurse called me yesterday, unexpectedly. She said, "the radiologist called me today and insisted I call you. He said that on closer examination of your x-rays, the right tube is closed but the left tube is definitly OPEN." Um, HELLO. That explains how we got pregnant in September!
Also, he said there were "multiple nodular densities on the endometrium"... and the nurse did not know what that meant! From googling, etc., I think it means I have fibroids or polyps on my uterus. Or possibly cancer (which is always the case on the internet). Anyone know what this means?? I've called back for more info but of course, just left messages...
I'm nervous and incredibly anxious about this new information---happy that one tube is open, but wondering why the other one is closed? And what about these "densities" on the HSG scan? What are those and will they keep me from getting and staying pregnant? (Fibroids don't seem to be a huge issue, and they are treatable... but that's assuming I have fibroids and not something else.) My appt with fertility specialist is 3 weeks from today. It cannot come soon enough.
Also, hooray for BFP's!!! :)