I got home from work today and checked the mail to discover a small padded envelope. What could this be? What had I ordered... hmmmmm? OH right. The internet-cheapie HPTs. That I was going to use to test out the trigger shot... that I didn't get to take because my IVF cycle got cancelled.
Nice. Have a nice weekend!
Even better, I discovered this was what the envelope contained, not by reading the shipping label to see who the sender was or even by opening it to examine the contents. I knew what was in the envelope because the INSTRUCTIONS for use were in a nice clear adhesive sleeve on the OUTSIDE of the envelope. This is one medical supplier that missed school the day they taught the lesson on treating your clients with discretion.
And the best part? Apparently, they also missed the lesson on truth in advertising. These so-called midstream HPTs actually require urine to be collected in a container and then applied to the test window using a dropper. Four drops precisely. What exactly in this procedure indicates anything "midstream"?