Yesterday was my follow up with the RE. I really like him. We went over the results from my 3 day labs. Everything apparently looks good. The OAR came back at a 15, which is averagegood for my age group 24. He then went on to say it is a positive result in the event we have to move onto IVF.
I think he is being very cautious, trying to not say we have a high chance of having to resort to that but since he barely mentioned trying clomid and instead talked more about IVF shows that he's down playing his concern by not directly saying "Hey, you guys are probably screwed but here's hoping!"
Background: I have a left sided hydrosalpinx. I'm having surgery on next month to close and check the functionality of the other tube. I've done my research, lots, so I know chances are high that the other tube is probably ruined even if not blocked. DH is excited about the good news we got at the RE but is he overlooking what's written between the lines or am I looking for bad news?