Let me count the ways...
My Dr just called me. That's right, on a SUNDAY. I had emailed her a few questions (yes, I also have my Dr's personal email address) about this cycle, namely whether I can/should take Femara, Metformin, schedule another selective HSG, get a post-coital, etc.
Instead of emailing me back, as she usually does (promptly, might I add), she decided to call and discuss all of this. She also spoke with me in depth about another personal problem I outlined in my email- - how I recently discovered, while at the March for Life, that my parish priest was sporting an Obama t-shirt on Election Day. I was devastated by this news, and almost thought about leaving the parish for another one. My Dr. talked to me about her experiences with priests, and how ever since Humanae Vitae, there has been a lot of dissent amongst the Church, even amongst the priests. We also spoke about how many Practitioners get a very cold reception from their parish priests when it comes to CrMS... because there are only a select few who are actually big supporters of the Church's teachings on sexuality and birth control.
Needless to say, it was a great conversation.
AND, I'm actually starting to get a pretty big head. The last few times I've "suggested" my own treatment plan, my Dr. has completely backed it up and told me it was a good idea! So, I will be taking Femara and Metformin again this cycle, as well as try to schedule a selective HSG with Dr. Stegman in PA (probably won't get an appt for that for a while yet), and get a post-coital test around ovulation.
And finally, at the Dr's request, I'll be doing another u/s series, to see how everything's "working" now after surgery and Dr Toth treatment. The best part? She is getting a new ultrasound machine within the next couple weeks, and said she can comp me the entire series, since I will be "helping her out" in trying the new machine!! (What a huge help that is, since our co-pay is $30, and an ultrasound series usually costs us more than $150.)
OK, so maybe my love affair isn't so much with NaPro as it is with my Dr :) But I just CANNOT see any secular Dr, especially an RE or ob/gyn, calling their patient on a Sunday, counseling them on personal dilemmas, and then offering to give them a free ultrasound series. (Did I mention that about 6 months ago, she also gave DH a free month's supply of the VERY expensive Proxeed Plus? She had been given a sample box, and gave it to us!)
I heart NaPro.