Before you could say ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome I had whipped off every item of clothing from the waist down and was lounging on the couch. It was only then that I started to wonder if I had misread the situation, if maybe I was being too keen.
If she was surprised at my eagerness when she returned then, ever the professional, she didn't show it. And in a brisk business-like manner she flicked a condom on the eye-watering dildo and set about her business.
Today, I wasn't reenacting one of the husband's lesbian fantasies, but having my baseline scan with added 'is your womb still in good shape'.
At the start of the appointment, when I did the normal recap of my womb and how it needs improving, she asked, "So has your womb lining always been thick?". "Er ... I don't know, it wasn't anything that was really looked at before I tried to conceive." But after that blip the doctor was lovely.
My womb lining is measuring in at a mere 5mm. At its peak (depth?) last year it was 19mm. So it doesn't look like the endometrial hyperplasia is growing back. Which is fantastic news.
And "That's a lovely clear picture of your uterus." She proudly showed me her screen with the air of a master craftsman having perfected her art.
"And look", she showed a slight dip at the top of my uterus "You have a arcuate uterus ." (Be assured, I have spent half the day googling this, it is the most common of uterine abnormalities and doesn't seem to have any affect on fertility).
She excitedly talked me through everything she could see - plenty of follicles, 17 on the right ovary and 22 on the left (at this stage in my cycle you'd expect to see 10 - 20 follicles one of which will shine through in time for ovulation). She gave me time, clear information and a shed-load of positivity.
As I left I wished her a Happy Easter and she said she hoped she'd see me again ... for a 12 week scan.
I really, really liked her.