First, I want to thank Alex P for explaining why a creditor has little incentive to credit unused funds back to your credit card. When they refund you, they pay a fee to the credit card company amounting to a percentage of the charge amount. My Clinic can drag its feet all they want. It's now a matter of principle, and I will get the refund even if the new charge for this cycle is applied the next day!
My new shipment of meds arrived yesterday, including a new vial of Lupron.
I had some Lupron left over from my last cycle. It's been in it's box, tucked in a drawer in the refrigerator. My IVF coordinator said it is okay to use the old Lupron as long as it has been in the refrigerator.
Have any of you heard that unused Lupron should be discarded? Just wondering. I don't want to screw up this cycle using Lupron that has lost efficacy (the expiration day is 2011, but I'm not sure whether that only applies to an unopened vial).
Finally, on the job front. I guess I will accept the state job offer. I previously told the boss I'm having a "procedure" that could take place early in July. Hoping that we actually get to transfer this time, I'd like to tell her that I prefer to start work July 13, after I "recover" from the procedure. It would allow me a week of rest following the transfer. I would rather not to add stress to my life during such a precarious time. It's stressful enough as it is!
7 months ago