The bad news I got from my doctor last week (on the 3 year anniversary of the day I was diagnosed with MRKH, mind you) was that she told me they could not find any eggs during any of my ultrasounds or MRIs. I was immediately heartbroken, and spent the next few days in kind of a slump, wrapped in my own thoughts and arguing with my fiance over having "true" (biological) kids through IVF or just saying to heck with it all and just adopting. He is not a fan of adoption, for reasons I won't get into here, and would much rather have a biological child, regardless of the cost. Personally, I don't care if I have a biological child or just adopt, they would still be mine and I would love them to death.
The good news is that I have many wonderful fellow MRKH Sisters that showed me the light, that it is virtually impossible regardless of the time of month to be able to see eggs through an abdominal ultrasound, that they have to do an internal (vaginal) one during that time of the month in order to pinpoint whether I actually do ovulate and have eggs or not. It was also suggested that I ask to get blood work done weekly for 6 weeks by request of my gyno in order to evaluate my hormone levels, and I ordered a package of ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) in order to track my hormones on my own. I am also looking into getting a basal thermometer, which tracks your temperature to 2 decimal points and that can help calculate your time of the month as well. I am going to call my doctor on January 3, since her office is apparently closed until then, and am going to request blood work while I wait to see her and have my ultrasound in March. My fiance has also agreed to go along with me for this appointment, which he hasn't come along to in a year and a half, and be my support system. My mom also comes with me but she will not be in the room during the ultrasound. My fiance will be if he wants to, but I'll leave that up to him, haha. It just goes to show that I should have done more research before I panicked.
I'm getting ready to head to my mother's house with my fiance and our dog for Christmas, so you guys probably won't hear from me for a few days at least. Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays and have a Happy New Year, readers! Thank you for your support! And thanks to my MRKH Sisters around the world who have been e-mailing me and messaging me on Twitter with helpful advice of their own. Love you all!