While it sucks, it's probably a good thing in the long run. I met with a new allergist/immunologist last week and after giving her the run down on my medical history and concerns, she strongly suspects I have some kind of immune issue that is likely affecting my fertility. She's not a fertility expert by any means though, but she's hoping she can give me a diagnosis of some kind though as the treatment is all the same (IVIG) and with treatment I should be able to conceive she thinks.
The reason though that we can't TTC/do a cycle with the new fertility clinic until November is because she wants to test me for why I can't build immunities to things (my blood is missing antibodies for all the sickness/vaccinations I've had and no one seems to know why). If I can't make antibodies, that's a huge problem. The way I found out is because of the MMR vaccine - I've had it seven times and no antibodies show up at all in my blood. She wants to give it to me again and take weekly blood tests to see what my body does in reaction to the vaccine. The problem is, the MMR vaccine can cause birth defects so I have to wait 3 months after getting it. I won't be doing this until August so technically we can TTC until then, but it's not like we've had much luck with that in the last five years, right?
So, I'm happy to have a plan for now. I'm getting back into my weight loss/healthy eating too now that we are in the new house. I have three weddings to go to in the next year starting in October too, so I want to lose another 20lbs at least so I can look super awesome!