Salut cherie!! I start by saying I don't know if this is male IF or female, so take a grain of salt with everyhting I say, d'accord?
Well, first of all welcome to the boards!! I'm sure you've found how sweet and warm the ladies (and gents) are here!!
Thre are lots of questions you must have!! What I did, is write them all down. All lot of the quesitons you write down will be answered over the course of the examination. Don't forget, write down all of your 'symptoms' as well. And everything that you have been doing over the past four years... whether it was just the BD, or timed BD, or taking supplements (herbal or otherwise) Every littl ebit helps. And that way, you won't leave the office saying "Damn, I should have said ________. I wonder if that would change anything!" Take your time with the list. When I was doing self-diagnostic tests (attention, cherie, be careful with those, if you decide to try
) I would type in everything that I htought had NOTHING to do with my periods not coming (like facial hairs, overweight, acne) and apparently those are some of the most common signs for PCOS. So write down everything that comes to mind.
Et, cherie, do not let them leave until they have answered every question of your. Oui, they have many people to see, mais you have made this appointment in advance to get answers abotu your health. And you know what, I am sure that if your urologist says you can get pg in a few years, then you have a reason to be hopeful. (I do not know you situation so I can't say anything more. And I don't know if this is male factor IF or female) But there are steps you can take to make it happen sooner thn later.
Let us know how everything goes, or if you have more questions!!!!