Thanks so much, ladies, for your comments and advice on my last post. It's nice to know I wasn't being crazy for worrying. I ultimately ended up sending my nurse a courteous and friendly email to her personal mailbox stating some of my concerns. She responded back this morning and said that she totally understood why I would be concerned and apologized for getting confused. She also clarified that while it would of course be easier to do the priming after they get Day 3 bloodwork that my treatment won't get compromised in any way. It just means that things may be a bit more hectic and rushed as we get all the pieces in place. She also said that she re-reviewed Dr S's orders and is confident we are doing the right things.
So I feel a bit better. My husband still wants me to call them and see if I can switch nurses (he agrees with you, Sooz) but I am leaning towards not doing it. Don't want to change horses mid-stream - might cause even more confusion at this point.
And after all the running around yesterday and this morning (blood tests, ordering meds, etc), of course AF is nowhere in sight today. Barely spotting. Ha! Oh well, this just means I'll be better prepared as opposed to scrambling last minute...
On another note, I got a call yesterday from an interior designer (who happens to be a client/friend of H's) that we worked with a little on our apartment renovation. She's my age and went to a college not far from mine so we have a lot in common. We got to chatting and it turns out that she's in the midst of trying to get pregnant and will likely be starting IVF in the new year. I probably scared her with the amount of information I downloaded on her! In any case, it was nice to talk to someone my age going through the same thing, instead of the many, many friends I have who seem to get pregnant on their own with little problem.
Off to take care of a few more bits and bobs and then I am going to lie down on the sofa and assume a vegetable state. Whew!