1. Dr. Whisper, OBGYN. A small, kind man who isnotoriously soft spoken. I've heard from a nurse that works with him that when he is delivering a baby that they have to ask him to speak louder so they can hear him.
2. Dr. Ballhacker, Urologist.
Message: I like to touch testicles without gloves on, and you will never really know if I wash my hands between patients. D, you need a biopsy of both testicles. You won't find out until later, by another more competent urologist that it is a completely unnecessary procedure and will not alter your treatment plan regardless of the outcome. This is because either way, you will need to use IVF with ICSI to even have a remote chance of conceiving. Post-operative, you will need to learn to live with stabbing pains in your nuts for the next year or so, especially after intercourse.
3. Dr. Nada. Endocrinologist.
Message: D, I've got nothing to tell you. Everything looks normal. Let me send you to a friend from my residency days, Dr. Dandruffbeard.
I've said to D before, that if we only knew how many cycles we needed to complete to end our IF journey this would be so much easier. If only we knew that a positive ending awaited us at the end of this long, winding road, we could withstand it. But, I guess life just doesn't work that way. So here we stand, staring at Dr. Schoolie hoping that he know's what he's doing. Will he "school" the other doctors?