We’re going to a show tomorrow night. It’s been a light year so far, but we’re finishing out the final two months of the year with 9. At 12 total for the year, that’s still a light year, but we’re trying to cut back.

Anyway, I’m trying to decide how we should handle tomorrow’s progesterone shot. It’s probably okay to wait till we get home, right? We usually do it around 7:30pm, and I figure we’ll be home around midnight. Or Scott could bring everything needed into work and we could do it in his office. I’m not too keen on that idea, but I’m not sure if a 4.5 hour difference is acceptable or not.


3 Responses

  1. In my opinion, I would say that is too much time and would try to do it at the office. OR, take it and do it during intermission/break?

    But, that is just my opinion, and I don’t actually know if the time is such an issue…I just know that we PIO’d once at an amusement park just to do it closer to the “normal” time…

  2. Do it in his office. Hey if junkies can shoot up in public – a projesterone shot in a NY corpate office can’t be as bad??

  3. Thanks for your comment on my blog! I’ll spend the afternoon catching up on you… 🙂

    As for the progesterone, my clinic lets you switch from PIO injections to suppositories (up the hoo-haw twice a day, ick) around 8 weeks. At first I planned to keep doing the shots because I didn’t want to, um, *leak* all day and night. But, after 6 straight weeks of jamming long needles into my ass, I was very ready to quit. They make you stay on some sort of progesterone support until the 10 week mark because that’s when the placenta takes over.