Thursday, January 14, 2010

Busted Libs!

I love Mad-Libs! Friends and I have been known to gather round the firepit, mad-lib book in hand taking turns coming up with snarky, gross, cheesy and just plain silly words to plug into a mad-lib story. So when I heard about Busted Kate's "Busted Lib's" about infertility I had to do one. So here it is. I swear no cheating or peeking took place! If you want to do one go here and do it 1st so you don't ruin it for yourself.

Busted Libs Button

1. An Emotion- annoying

2. An Emotion- silly
3. An Emotion- hopeful
4. Body Part- nostril
5. Body Part- hoo ha
6. Adjective- smelly
7. Color- turquoise
8. Adjective- splotchy
9. Adverb- fiercely
10. Adverb- mysteriously
11. Verb- scuba dive
12. Famous Celebrity- Oprah
13. Adjective- sticky
14. Plural Noun- geese

Your First Visit to the Reproductive Endocrinologist
Your first visit to a Fertility Specialist, also known as a Reproductive Endocrinologist (RE), can be [annoying] (1: An emotion). But don't worry! Your RE can be your first step in finding both the cause of and solution to your infertility. Infertility problems can make you feel [silly] (2: An emotion) or [hopeful] (3: An emotion), however a good RE will take time to address these feelings. The RE may then do an examination of your [nostril] (4: Body part) visually or by using an ultrasound. The RE may also examine your partner's [hoo ha] (5: Body part) for any signs of abnormality. The doctor will ask you some pretty personal questions, like if your cervical mucus is [smelly] (6: Adjective) and [turquoise] (7: Color), and if your menstruation looks [splotchy] (8: Adjective). The doctor may suggest that you have intercourse [fiercely] (9: Adverb) rather than [mysteriously] (10: Adverb), and for you to [scuba dive] (11: Verb) after intercourse. And don't feel bad if you have fertility challenges, even famous celebrities like [Oprah] (12: Famous Celebrity) have received infertility treatment. The most important is to keep a [sticky] (13: Adjective) attitude, and turn to your [geese] (14: Plural noun) for support. Good luck in your journey!

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