HARRY POTTER: EUPHEMISM . . . OR NOT?
I know how The Book ends because today on the morning radio show one of the speakers said he only read the last chapter and announced how it ended. I wasn't at all bothered by the spoiler since I have taken no interest in the past 352 HP books, so I couldn't imagine doing so now...unless of course Harry was able to impregnate a tribe of infertile truffle fairies so they can go about providing the world with an unlimited supply (of truffles, that is, not truffle fairy babies). Only then would I extend some curiosity about that knobby wand of his.
CRINKLY EXAM PAPER IS THE DEVIL'S T.P.
Today I saw another professional about my hives. Yes, they are still a part of my life, if not on a daily - most certainly weekly - occurrence. I know that it's been 8 weeks and 1 day from whence they first presented since they decided to debut the day I had my first positive pregnancy test from the last
donor IUI. In that time, I have seen four medical personnel about the hives with today's visit being the fifth. Dr. I-Have-A-Cold-So-I-Won't-Shake-Your-Hand-But-Will-Get-All-In-Your-Face-To-Look-Up-Your-Nose (Dr. IHACSIWSY H. BWGAIYF-TLUYN (I think he must be from Botswana...) was kind and listened to what I thought may be a far-fetched theory on my hives.
Would you like to hear it?
I told him that my hives were considerably worse during the beginningslashend of my last pregnancy, hopped up on progesterone (remember? My P4 was 98?), and even though they appeared off and on over the next few weeks, they again flared the week before last...which was the end of a successive cycle, which is when the body's supply of progesterone should be at its highest.
See? I have the pictures to prove it. [Ass cheek! Ass cheek! Yes, I know. Shut up.]
Maybe I'm allergic to my own body's natural progesterone. Maybe?
They did a rast test for sesame since that was the delivery system of my PIO. If I still am getting hives by the middle of August, they will order in some progesterone for testing. He didn't think the theory was impossible, and he has had patients with confirmed allergies to certain chemistry makeup of their own bodies. Who knows? I guess I don't have much to lose and since my uterus is twiddling its tubes waiting for a donor, I'd rather rule out the very slim chance now rather than later when I find out that "implanting" an embryo there gets the same kind of result as throwing some frozen fries into a boiling vat of oil. FAzizzle.
HAVE YOU GOT ANYTHING WITHOUT SPAM IN IT?
I have recently been inundated with spam through TypePad. Some of you have mentioned the same. Today I received this comment from "Visitor690" in my inbox through one of my old posts:
"I have visited your site 852-times"
"Good for you."
Unfortunately, but not unexpectedly, there was a failure in the delivery of that response.
I do believe that I actually have had someone visit my blog that often. Their IP address starts with 65.123.188.xxx. Want to know if its you? Then I suggest you check out this site.