It went fine. He was professional, but not warm. Even though A came up several times, he never indicated in any way that his stillbirth was any more remarkable or regrettable than any other event in the history of my thyroid dysfunction. Like I said, not warm. But professional, so I did not get the urge to demand equal pay for equal work. He mentioned the study Dr.B first told me about that indicates that there may be benefit to treating me with thyroid hormone for the duration of trying and next pregnancy. To determine whether I would likely benefit, he ordered a bunch of tests, and will call or write with the results. Best news, though, is that there is new research that indicates that taking selenium could prevent post-partum thyroiditis outbreaks. So assuming the tests show what both he and I assume they will show, I am going to be adding more pills to my daily regiment.
In the "that was weird" category, while the appointment started pretty much on time (corrected for filling out fairly minimal paperwork), and ended a reasonable amount of time later, it took me very nearly a full hour to get my blood taken. Seems the lab was short vampires... er, phlebotomists today. I was afraid I would be late to pick up Monkey from school, but I ended up just barely making it.